Frotcast 141: The Oscars, Laremy Goes to Washington, with Leslie Small

By: 03.04.13  •  5 Comments

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I was flying back from LA last week and moving all weekend, so the Frotcast didn’t get posted in its normal timely fashion, but better late than never, right? This week (last week, whatever) we brought on SF comedian Leslie Small to sit in for the absent Brendan and called up Laremy Legel, recently returned from DC where he sat in on a session of the Supreme Court. We talk The Oscars and all the Seth MacFarlane and The Onion contraversialiciousness, Laremy tells us about the Supreme Court, and I talk about my trip to LA. A good time was had by all. Huge thanks to any and all who came out to see me at the Improv last week. They laughed hard at font humor, so I assume a bunch of you must’ve been in the audience.

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