The Pop Almanac Podcast #13: Community/Louis CK
Dec 14, 2011 | 9:20 am
This week on the Pop Almanac, Duncan begins by sharing astonishment that erstwhile indie auteur David Gordon Green continues to direct lame stoner comedies, including the current Jonah Hill vehicle The Sitter.
Then, as any pop culture experts must, your hosts lament the hiatus of NBC's Community, and rail against the outdated Nielsen rating system (predicated on absurdly antiquated "Nielsen boxes"), which doesn't serve a show so engaged in the internet age, and consumed on other platforms.
After debating a tangential false dichotomy (which is better, Parks and Recreation or Community?), Brendan and Duncan discuss comedian Louis CK's recent hour long special released directly on his personal website, and how meaningful its sucess would be for the comedy industry.
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