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I liked that you got through the introductions and the audio sounds good. The introduction lets me know what to expect and you did a nice job giving a “Table of contents” and let me know what was coming. So far so good. Then instead of getting to the planned content, you decide to talk about the water cooler story. Along the way, the storyteller gets interrupted nonstop for somewhat obvious jokes. While I could identify with the story (we've all been there) but nothing really “Holy cow” happened with this story. I'm not sure I would've made this the lead story.
I liked that it's obvious you guys put some thought into the episode, and into the audio quality, for me, it derailed with the episode. It wasn't horrible, but as a comedy show, I expected a laugh and it didn't make me laugh. It did make me smile.
When someone starts a story, before you interrupt think, “Does my comment add to the story or just push the punchline back further?” If everyone knows what the topics are, much like a boy band, you can designate someone to sing lead, and someone to sing harmony, but you can't have seven lead singers. Maybe two guys tell a story with one guy chiming in. Then two more guys play a game with one guy doing color commentary. It doesn't have to be seven guys on stage all the time with everyone trying to get one line in. Can you name any group that has seven people on stage where all seven are fighting for the spotlight? Are there some type of stories that suit someone better than others? Lastly, if you are all just having fun talking in the basement, ignore all of this and have fun with your friends…
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