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    • Ep. 9: Casey in the Sack With Nick Thune (Bedtime Stories for Cynics)

    • By: Nick Offerman, Nick Thune, Matt Lieb
    • Length: 7 mins
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    [Contains explicit content] Did you know that the classic poem "Casey at the Bat" has an epilogue? Turns out the infamous Casey is quite the lothario, thanks to his baseball superstar status. Nick Thune brings all the juicy details to life.

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    • Ep. 7: Nick Thune Argues About Ultrasounds (Hold On with Eugene Mirman)

    • By: Eugene Mirman, Nick Thune
    • Length: 33 mins
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    [Contains explicit content] Nick Thune doesn't go looking for fights, but fights seem to find him anyway. When they do, though, it's his inability to let some things slide that causes his momentary anger to boil over into small acts of passive-aggression: snarky rejoinders, anonymous notes, and the occasional sarcastic email. Find out which option Nick chose when confronted with an unprofessional doctor in his story live at SF Sketchfest for Porchlight, A Storytelling Series.

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    • Laugh Factory Vol. 29 of All Access with Dom Irrera

    • By: Robert Kelly, Nick Thune, Neal Brennan
    • Length: 57 mins
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    Robert Kelly wants to be mature enough to own a sword. He tells the crowd about gay men being good neighbors, being too connected to a woman, and video games being a 37-year-old's obsession. Then, Nick Thune unleashes observations to the thoughtful strumming of his guitar. Finally, Neal Brennan soberly covers the bases of conversational comedy - and he's dressed for it.

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