reviewed: My Brother, My Brother And Me
The New Appalachian Podcast
I heard some buzz about Griffin's paternity leave, and when I saw that Monday's episode wood feature only Travis and Justin, I, of course, felt some misgivings. However, they absolutely nailed it, as it soon became plane to me that that the two more seasoned brothers joining together without their greener sibling was the natural progression for their comedy. I'll admit, the expectation to listen to all three brothers has, at this point, become somewhat ingrained in my mind. I highly figured that splitting form the norm would leave me feeling rotten. But I decided to lumber on and stick with it, and as I heard the raspy tones of Travis' voice combine with Justin's polished phrasing, I realized that it really was the perfect time for this podcast to drop the advice, and add vice. Far from leaving me board, the boys have really spruced up the show, and I'll be pining for future episodes. While it's sad that the two elder brothers are splintering off from Mubbimbam, this episode is the perfect dovetail into a new era for Travis and Justin, shaking the (saw)dust from their feet as they leave Griffin in the scrap pile. If you can't sand the void left by Griffin's absence, just remember that he's with his children and wife, and shellac the support she needs from him if he varnishes on her crack jokes with his brothers. Griffin, if you're looking for a new podcast partner, I'm sure I could help spitball some ideas with you sometime. I'm pretty busy but we could probably set up a short meeting.
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