Two Is Too Many, Three Is Not Enough

Two Is Too Many, Three Is Not Enough

Larry expresses admiration and support for Kim Kardashian. God bless her, she’s a healthy kid.

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Show Summary

It feels like the very first time — Larry’s ever recorded a show or driven in LA as our host forgets to put on his headphones again and gets lost on a road he’s been down 23,000 times.

Larry reads an email STOP. Thinks it’s a telegram STOP.

Larry talks about how impressed he is by British accents and waxes nostalgic for his time working at Pinewood Studios in England.

We find out that knees are, in fact, up at the Lamb and Flag pub. And Larry compares and contrast English, French, Irish and American bar names. Then he talks about station wagon essentials — luggage rack, wood paneling and martinis.

Will Larry’s diet stick? Will Larry show his naked butt on camera again?

We also hear about Larry’s Dad pulling an “overtell” on him, a not-too-purty piggyback fivefecta that Larry thinks looks like a breast (possibly) and that a good head of hair is wasted on a dictator.

Quote of the week: “Edmund Charles Faversham did get rather pickled on the ale.”

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Show Credits

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje
Producer: Jeff Fox
Audio Engineer: Chris Laxamana
Show Summary: Matt Fondiler
Web Engineer: Sandy Ganz


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13 Responses to “Two Is Too Many, Three Is Not Enough”

  1. Michael
    2011/02/02 at 5:57 pm #

    Ha ha. Oh wow.

  2. big jim
    2011/02/02 at 7:45 pm #

    Hey, Larry, from a fellow lunkhead, I know how you feel. I’ve worked at the same office for six years and still miss my exit at least once every 2 weeks. The problem stems, I think, from the radio station I listen to on the drive in that plays a batch of Frank Sinatra songs back-to-back.

  3. nater
    2011/02/03 at 6:52 am #

    Larry, that is not a picture of Brooklyn Decker, but it’ll do in a squeeze.

  4. Michael Arnold ESQ
    2011/02/03 at 7:56 am #

    See you at the Lamb and Flag! Look out for a real Telegram!!

  5. wally Zebco
    2011/02/03 at 1:24 pm #

    Thanks Larry

  6. Michael James
    2011/02/04 at 1:16 pm #

    still the best show on the ACE network (besides Adam)!

  7. Stacey E
    2011/02/06 at 9:46 am #

    “If women had any idea, even for a second of how we really looked at them, they would never stop slapping us”
    Those are breasts Larry, and nearly everyone has them.

  8. Connard
    2011/02/06 at 11:46 am #

    “Just like Mommy.” Hilarious. Love the show so much, I’m having Chicken Larry tonight.

  9. Roc
    2011/02/06 at 3:13 pm #

    Larry, you are absolutely perfect. I think you should make this podcast a daily. <3

  10. Bob Eckstein
    2011/02/07 at 9:58 pm #

    Huge fan and love the show. I write humor for a living and each Monday I do an all-nighter and listen to the podcasts to keep me company (Tuesday mornings I have to bring in a new batch of cartoons each week to the New Yorker). Just want to say thanks for the inspiration it provides. Would love to send you a cartoon.

  11. Max Girth
    2011/02/11 at 6:13 am #

    I caught the bit on let the criminals/terrorists get dressed before arresting them and it reminded me that no one was happier when the caught Khalid Sheikh Mohammed than Ron Jeremy.
    Imagine how many times Ron was arrested because he looked like the guy in the deck of cards.

    “Look we found this al qaeda guy at a porno shoot in Chatsworth” again.

  12. Lonesome Hobo
    2011/02/16 at 11:15 am #

    Love the show and your jokes, tangents and serious thoughts. Keep it up!

  13. CaptFlood
    2011/04/18 at 5:24 pm #

    Dear Larry:
    So great to be able to catch you on a weekly basis. I’m sure you prep diligently for each show, but each episode has the feel of you racing out of the gate with a set destination in mind, then getting distracted by some shiny object and heading off in that direction with equal verve. Just good, old-fashioned story telling that few could pull off, and it is tremendously engaging and appreciated.

    Many thanks!

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