Glynn Washington of 'Snap Judgment' talks about making a choice that changes your life forever, and his thoughts on Super Tuesday. Plus, Matt Atchity hosts an action movie sequel themed round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game.
At the top of the show, Adam talks more about his visit to the Modern Family table read. The guys then discuss today’s guest, Glynn Washington, and listen to a clip from an episode of ‘Snap Judgment’ that Gina loves. After that, Gina compliments Adam on his recent Prager U video about who not to vote for, and the guys watch the vid that’s now going viral. Matt Atchity is also in studio, and the guys play an action movie sequel themed round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game. Before the break, they ask Matt to share his Oscar highlights. Glynn Washington is in studio next, and Adam takes a call about the worst jobs they’ve ever had. The guys then talk about Glynn’s podcast, ‘Snap Judgment’, and the idea of someone having to make a choice that changed their life forever. Gina starts out the news discussing results from Super Tuesday, and reading a very upsetting letter about neglectful parents. Later, they talk about comedian Katt Williams allegedly holding up a group of 5 women with gang members. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about Iggy Pop appearing nude for an art installment, losing weight, and fish taco confusion.
BTaylor wrote:Opens with another extended discussion of something that should last 20 seconds. The cast of Modern Family clearly get along. Discuss for several minutes.
Gotta get that episode length over 2 hours somehow. You can't just say "I think the show is funny because the cast likes each other" and just move on. You have to make that last 15 minutes with Gina and Bald taking turns agreeing with every sentence after it's said.
My favorite part is when Matchity asks if Adam thinks that part of the reason they don't get on each other nerves is because it's a single camera sitcom and they aren't all together very often. Adam just ignores the question and doubles down on how great everyone is.