Which Episode Was It?

Which episode is the one where….???

Want help in finding quotes, rants, references, jokes, or topics? This is the place to ask and answer questions to help your fellow fans track down specific episodes. This page will also hold answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) . Unanswered questions will be in red.

You can email your questions to darrylasher AT me.com. (Sorry, I had to disable comments on the site due to the continual spambot battle.)

-Darryl

 


Q – In which episode does Jimmy thow a microphone and storm out of the studio?
Answer: #523 “Passing the Mic with Pat Francis.”


Q – Where did “Bag o’ corn friend!” come from?
Answer: Episode #319 with Graham Elwood


Q – Which was Mike Schmidt’s last episode as a weekly regular?
Answer: Episode #59


Q – Does anyone know which episode features Jimmy talking about the time he met Steve Perry? I assume it was a Pat Francis episode since he was involved, but that might not be the case.
Answer: Bryan_ from the forums at AST says it’s episode 303 with Pat Francis. ASTer BrainRotMenacer adds that it occurs at 1:02:07. It was recapped in Episode 705 with Steve Almond.


Q – Can anyone tell me the Christmas episode in which Jimmy, Matt and Pat eat all the cookies? (from Aarika)
Answer: Replying to myself because it’s, of course, episode 413 – also known as the “Gobs and Gobs” ep. It’s not *truly* Christmas until I listen to this one. (Aarika)


Q – When was “Get down there and DO YOUR JOB!” uttered on the podcast as an admonition for men to, um, orally please their women?
Thanks to fan Tracie:
Rob Corddry in episode 402. Jimmy, Rob, and Matt were talking about ‘fatherhood’ books, and Rob said that one of them said that you should abstain from oral sex while the woman is pregnant. Rob disagreed. 39:30 into the episode.


Q – When Al was telling his story about Dice having the plates packed up, all I could think of was how great it would have been to hear Jimmy say “PAY FOR IT!” in his Dice voice. Do you (or anyone) know what episode Jimmy says “PAY FOR IT”? (submitted by Nitin)
No answer yet.


Q – On which episode do they have a taste test for various Neuro drinks (Neuro Bliss being one)?
The Neuro episode is (like all NNF taste tests) is a Dave Holmes episode, 726. Soapy Jizz! (Thanks Aaron M.)


 Q – On which episode does Pat tell the story about his naked neighbor working on a “project”?
There are no notes for that one but it’s 519.


Q – Anyone know the number of the ep where the “I can’t even imagine!” started?
It originated with Matt telling a celebrity sighting story. He saw Al Pacino outside a restaurant while walking Zoe, and overheard Pacino say “I can’t even fuckin’ IMAGINE!” into the phone.

Notes for Episode 624 (http://nevernotnotes.com/season-6/episode-624-andrew-daly/) has this reference: “11:15 Re-telling the Al Pacino star sighting story” and “11:30 Exactly what is it that Pacino can’t even fuckin’ imagine?” So it must have originally been told prior to that.

I’ve searched any phrase I could think of, but can’t find the earlier one. It could have been in season 5, and I didn’t start the notes until season 6.

Maybe someone else knows…

Tracie says: The female guest was Janet Varney. At some point, she told Jimmy that he had only 3 more times to say the phrase so he’d better choose wisely. It must have been 506 because Matt’s impression was in the Season 6 opening, right?

Update: The quote comes in a little past the 40 minute mark of episode 506.


Q – Which episode is the one where the guest references the addiction-related TV show where the girl in it is huffing computer screen spray and singing “I’m walking on sunshine?”
It’s Episode 401, and the guest was Dave Holmes. (The other guest for that unusual double-header episode was Maria Bamford.) And the TV show being referenced was the “Allison” episode of Intervention. Thanks to Rich Galvin for coming up with the answer, with a Best-Detective-in-the-Room assist from Amanda Zimmerman.


Q – Which episode gave us the phrase / possible fantasy baseball team name “Holes of Color,” who said it, and to what does the phrase refer?
It’s episode 919 with Aisha Tyler. Eliot used the phrase as a non-racist euphemism for “black holes.” Thanks to Carla Graham Mitchell, Mitch Tyo, and the other crybabies on the Never Not Funny Facebook fan page.


In which episode does Mike Schmidt tell the story about, uh, exposing himself and imitating a helicopter?
Episode 45 of Season 1. Thanks to NNFer Raj Kaup for finding it by looking at the episode titles and seeing one called “Look, it’s a Helicopter!” Good work, Raj. You are the best detective in the room. If you are in a room full of sucky detectives.


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  2. Tracie Tracie
    July 5, 2011    

    Q – What episode does Jimmy say “Get down there and DO YOUR JOB!” as an admonition for men to, um, orally please their women?

    I believe this was actually Rob Corddry. So episode 312 or 402. Jimmy, Rob, and Matt were talking about ‘fatherhood’ books, and Rob said that one of them said that you should abstain from oral sex while the woman is pregnant. Rob disagreed.

    • July 5, 2011    

      Thanks Tracie! I’ll put those episodes on my short list to listen to. That question was actually mine. It’s kind of an inside (pun!) joke around here, so finding the original would be great! If I find it, I’ll update the comment.

    • July 7, 2011    

      Page is updated! It was indeed Rob Corddry, not Jimmy. Thanks!

  3. CarolineEAnd CarolineEAnd
    July 12, 2011    

    On which episode do they have a taste test for various Neuro drinks (Neuro Bliss being one)?

  4. Aaron M Aaron M
    July 26, 2011    

    The Neuro episode is (like all NNF taste tests) a Dave Holmes episode, 726.

    Soapy Jizz!

  5. DanielleK DanielleK
    October 23, 2011    

    On which episode does Pat tell the story about his naked neighbor working on a “project”? I remember that his nephews were there at the Never Not Funny Studio.

    • October 23, 2011    

      There are no notes for that one but I’m pretty sure it’s 519.

  6. Matt Matt
    November 1, 2011    

    Anyone know the number of the ep where the “I can’t even imagine!” started? I remember Jimmy saying it a lot and there was a female on the podcast but I can’t seem to find it again.

    • November 1, 2011    

      It originated with Matt telling a celebrity sighting story. He saw Al Pacino outside a restaurant while walking Zoe, and overheard Pacino say “I can’t even fuckin’ IMAGINE!” into the phone.

      Notes for Episode 624 (http://nevernotnotes.com/season-6/episode-624-andrew-daly/) has this reference: “11:15 Re-telling the Al Pacino star sighting story” and “11:30 Exactly what is it that Pacino can’t even fuckin’ imagine?” So it must have originally been told prior to that.

      I’ve searched any phrase I could think of, but can’t find the earlier one. It could have been in season 5, and I didn’t start the notes until season 6.

      Maybe someone else knows…

  7. Tracie Tracie
    November 1, 2011    

    The female guest was Janet Varney. At some point, she told Jimmy that he had only 3 more times to say the phrase so he’d better choose wisely. It must have been 506 because Matt’s impression was in the Season 6 opening, right?

  8. November 1, 2011    

    Thanks, Tracie! I’m pasting this into the answer above.

  9. Aarika Aarika
    December 10, 2011    

    Can anyone tell me the Christmas episode in which Jimmy, Matt and Pat eat all the cookies?

    • Aarika Aarika
      December 22, 2011    

      Replying to myself because it’s, of course, episode 413 – also known as the “Gobs and Gobs” ep. It’s not *truly* Christmas until I listen to this one.

  10. Danielle Konradt Danielle Konradt
    January 8, 2012    

    Which episode does Jimmy, Matt and Graham (?) talk about the Day the Music Died?

    • October 1, 2012    

      (Delayed response!) The only thing I remember about this one is it featured Andrew quite a bit.

    • verzetsbakker verzetsbakker
      October 1, 2012    

      Episode 418 – Graham Elwood
      Day the Music Died talk starts at about 5:30 in.

      • October 1, 2012    

        Thanks tons!!!! And there’s no reason I shouldn’t have remembered that; my needlessly lengthy and complex Stupid Question of the Week was featured in that episode. (Limo vs. Segway vs.Town Car.)

  11. MichaelH MichaelH
    April 9, 2012    

    Is there an episode where someone recounts the origin of Jimmy’s nickname ‘Shooter’?

    • tracie tracie
      April 13, 2012    

      Oh man, I actually just heard this, but I have no idea which episode it was. I know it is in Season 9–Jimmy is explaining to Matt where the nickname came from. It was at the beginning of the episode, before the guest joined in.

  12. MichaelH MichaelH
    April 22, 2012    

    Thanks, I’m catching up with Season 9 now, so when I come across it I’ll post the episode/timestamp!

    • MichaelH MichaelH
      April 22, 2012    

      16:31 on episode 922. It was a joke at the start of his career – ‘Shooter’ because he joked he was a bigshot in the business,after a week and a half, and the nickname apparently stuck!

  13. Jessie Jessie
    April 25, 2012    

    What episode in season two was pat Francis’s intro played

    • Roy Roy
      October 1, 2012    

      Episode 236 with Cathy Ladman and Pat Francis

    • verzetsbakker verzetsbakker
      October 1, 2012    

      Episode 236 with Cathy Ladman and Pat Francis. It plays at the very end.

  14. Mitch Mitch
    June 18, 2012    

    The episode where the story is told about Dice Clay getting the plates packed up was episode 902 with Al Madrigal.

  15. September 30, 2012    

    Hi Darryl!

    I just spent an hour going through several seasons trying to find this story, but I can’t find it.

    What episode has the story told by Jimmy or Jimmy’s guest that was about them going to buy a new suitcase, getting a great salesman who shows them a really expensive bag and says something like “doesn’t it make you want to go on a trip?” after which whoever was telling the story bought the bag immediately and later returned it because it was so expensive.

    I found Graham and Jimmy talk about the Cable/Mel’s salesman, Gary talk about the sales talent of the chick at the cupcake store, and Jimmy mention getting a new suitcase to Dave Anthony (though, unless I missed it, he didn’t tell the story I’m looking for), but I haven’t been able to find this particular story. Any help would be GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!!!

    Thanks again for all you do!
    -Mike

    • October 1, 2012    

      Hmmm, wow, Mike, that’s a tough one! It doesn’t ring a bell at all. Of course I don’t have all 11 seasons memorized either. Not yet anyway! I’ll link this to my Facebook and on AST and maybe someone will have an idea.

      And you’re welcome!

    • October 3, 2012    

      I think it is the most recent one with Graham, episode 1101.

    • October 3, 2012    

      From Ozbug at AST:
      Darryl- I believe the travel bag story was on the last Pardcast-A-Thon and told by Graham Elwood. Boom! Sorry I can’t fact check episode right now as I am changing out computers and haven’t had time to transfer data. But it was for sure Graham that got caught up in a good salesman’s pitch.

      • verzetsbakker verzetsbakker
        October 3, 2012    

        I’ve checked and Ozbug is right. The story starts about 50 minutes into Part Ten of Pardcastathon 2011.

  16. Jessie Jessie
    October 1, 2012    

    Thanks a lot I had been looking for it for a while but hadn’t been able to find it.

  17. Matt Matt
    November 3, 2012    

    I know this is immature, but can you tell me what episode (I think in season 3) Jimmy tells the story about his friend having explosive diarrhea on the tennis court?

  18. Brett Nelson Brett Nelson
    December 9, 2013    

    Hey Darryl,
    I’m wondering if you remember in which episode does the guest (I think it was Scott Aukerman or Paul F. Thompkins) talk about an episode of the tv show “Obsessed” where the girl in it is huffing computer screen spray and singing “I’m walking on sunshine?” I believe it was season 3 or 4? Thanks Brett 🙂

    • December 9, 2013    

      Thanks to Rich Galvin with a Best-Detective-In-The-Room assist by Amanda Zimmerman: Dave Holmes is the man you’re looking for, in Episode 401, the Maria Bamford and Dave Holmes double-header! Thanks for the question!

      • Brett Nelson Brett Nelson
        December 10, 2013    

        Hey Darryl, Thanks so much for the quick reply! That’s been driving me nuts for months! No wonder I couldn’t find it as that file is labelled “Maria Bamford.” I knew it was a guy telling the story so I overlooked all of the Maria episodes. She can do a pretty good guy voice though. 🙂 Thanks detectives Galvin and Zimmerman!

  19. Shahab Shahab
    April 28, 2014    

    Which ep is where matt tries to imitate Bruce Springsteen and Scott Ackerman comes up with hilarious line ‘hey n****’ (I think it’s the same ep where jimmy does the Keisha’s tick tock song/parody?)

    • April 28, 2014    

      Thanks for the question. That was a hilarious episode. I’ll send out the hounds and see if anyone can track it down.

  20. raj raj
    April 28, 2014    

    I know it was part of season nine intro so guessing season 8. Scott’s was 826 so…

  21. David David
    June 23, 2014    

    Which ep does Jimmy tell the fake locker room fight with Todd Glass story? It is referenced in ep 908 but I think Jimmy told it in a different episode. I believe it starts with “What? You’ve never seen a man before?!”

    • June 23, 2014    

      Thanks David! I’ll spread the word and see what I can find out.
      -Darryl

  22. Michael black Michael black
    July 21, 2014    

    Which episode does Jimmy tell the story about trying to be sold a timeshare. I think it ends with someone coming in to do a hard close on selling it and Jimmy just wanting his Disney Dollars that he ends up getting I think double what he should have. Thanks!

    • July 21, 2014    

      Thanks Michael… I’ll see what I can find out!

  23. July 21, 2014    

    My Facebook detectives have determined it’s Episode 522 – The Hard Sell with Danielle Koenig.

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