Ep. #38 -- Audiobooks to make you laugh!  

Everyone loves to laugh, right? You totally do. So in this episode Adam is joined by Melissa to discuss their favorite comedic audiobooks. They begin with their all time favorites before moving on to the audiobooks their excited to listen to in the near future. They end the episode with a conversation about the audiobooks they wish existed. There are a lot of them...

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Comedic Audiobooks sure to make you laugh


Why Not Me? By Mindy Kaling


Billy Crystal - Still Foolin' Em


Is Everyone Hanging out without me? By Mindy Kaling


Bossypants by Tina Fey


Food by Jim Gaffigan


Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls by David Sedaris


Mother. Wife. Sister. Human. Warrior. Falcon. Yardstick. Turban. Cabbage. by Rob Delaney


Almost Interesting by David Spade


Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson


You'll Grow Out of it by Jessi Klein


Kanye West Owes Me $300 by Jensen Karp


Born Standing up by Steve Martin


That is All by John Hodgman


Nothing's Sacred by Lewis Black


You're Never Weird on the Internet…Almost by Felicia Day


I Must Say by Martin Short


Party of One by Dave Holmes


Shrill by Lindy West



The Parks and Rec recs…


Paddle Your Own Canoe and Gumption by Nick Offerman


Yes Please by Amy Poehler


Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari


Stories I only tell my friends by Rob Lowe



Audiobooks we want to listen to:


I'm just a person by Tig Notaro


The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo by Amy Schumer


Where am I Now? By Mara Wilson


Talking as Fast as I can by Lauren Graham


You Can't Touch My Hair by Phoebe Robinson


Scrappy Little Notebook by Anna Kendrick


Thanks for the Money by Joel McHale


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"I don't have a square to spare." 

Vinnie & Matt discuss "The Stall", the twelfth episode of season five, as well as...Jerry's possible involvement with the return of MST3K, who's to blame for Tony's fall, and the original final scene of Elaine rock-climbing.

Links from our discussion:

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Vinnie's Top 20

The Contest The Outing The Junior Mint The Implant The Opera The Cheever Letters The Bubble Boy The Movie The Airport The Lip Reader The Parking Spot The Pick  The Watch  The Boyfriend  The Pen  The Deal  The Chinese Restaurant  The Mango  The Puffy Shirt The Cigar Store Indian

Matt's Top 20

The Boyfriend The Pilot The Cheever Letters The Outing  The Library The Pen The Contest The Implant The Alternate Side The Chinese Restaurant The Deal The Pitch/The Ticket The Airport The Lip Reader The Cigar Store Indian The Puffy Shirt The Smelly Car The Movie The Junior Mint The Stall
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