AISFP 202 – Myke Cole, Scott Lynch, Jean Johnson, Eightball and Marie Bilodeau

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Marie Bilodeau, Myke Cole, Eightball, Jean Johnson, Scott Lynch

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Comments

  1. This is like the fifth time I’ve listened to this panel, and it’s still hilarious. Did that guy in the audience really just say, “Yeah, yeah” to Eightball? How rude!

    • Shaun Farrell says:

      The story about the guy bleeding in the bathroom was far funnier than it should have been considering the subject matter!

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