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How Was Your Week with Julie Klausner

In which Julie Klausner asks guests how their week was, and also we learn stuff and have fun.
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Sep 23, 2011 0

On this week's episode of How Was Your Week?, PATTON OSWALT is back (!!) to talk to Julie in depth about the movie SPLASH. Subcategories of that conversation include: Whether the sexism of fucking an illiterate mermaid was subtle or blatant! Which scenes John Candy was drunk during and which he was merely hungover for! And the wonderful, Garry Marshall-ian DVD commentary of Babaloo Mandel's writing partner, Lowell Ganz.

Then, Chicago's finest son DANIEL KIBBLESMITH talks to Julie about his experience of being set up by Patti Stanger on the television show THE MILLIONAIRE MATCHMAKER, and how his life has changed since it aired. An honest and super-interesting account of what it's like to be on a reality show and have no control over your fate at all.

Also, Julie explores her Sofia Vergara crush, regrets downloading The Best of the Doors while drunk, and gets touched by The Countess and lives to tell the tale.


Plus: Patton on his new album, FINEST HOUR, and the movie he's shooting with kind-of gay icon, Johnny Knoxville. Daniel isolates the very moment in which Patti Stanger stopped being maternal toward him on the TV shoot. And the return of wishing we weren't giving Charlie Sheen attention, again.


Host: Julie Klausner
Guests: Patton Oswalt, Daniel Kibblesmith
Produced by Chris Spooner
Original Artwork by Marcia Neumeier
Music by Ted Leo

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