Wednesday, March 21st, 2012 March 22, 2012

from Natural Home Remedies· ·

Courtenay Hameister plays lead on a smooth jazz sort of show that hits minor key notes of awkwardness and self-improvement. It starts with an unfortunate case of damp ass, and moves towards how best to bail out of awkward conversations, before gliding sideways into self-improvement by way of finding out exactly how screwed-up you are. From there, we jump time signatures (and tortured metaphors) into a discussion of how people really do want to be liked, even the ones who would never admit that's the case, Courtenay's time as a copywriter at an ad agency, and a quick examination of …



Courtenay Hameister plays lead on a smooth jazz sort of show that hits minor key notes of awkwardness and self-improvement. It starts with an unfortunate case of damp ass, and moves towards how best to bail out of awkward conversations, before gliding sideways into self-improvement by way of finding out exactly how screwed-up you are. From there, we jump time signatures (and tortured metaphors) into a discussion of how people really do want to be liked, even the ones who would never admit that's the case, Courtenay's time as a copywriter at an ad agency, and a quick examination of Advertising's innately ugly heart, before moving onto the deepest part of today's show: Writer Bill Oakley's twitter journey to find the most medium character in sitcom history.

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