June 11, 2014
EP. 16 — Commentary Special – U Talkin’ U2 To Me?
It’s time for Adam Scott Aukerman to look back at the episode that started it all in a special season finale commentary episode of U Talkin’ U2 To Me? Past guests Harris Wittels, Lance Bangs, and Paul F. Tompkins return to finally answer some burning questions. What were some of their favorite moments from the show? When did they first hear about U2? What are their favorite U2 albums? Plus, Scott drops a bombshell that can only be explored through the many fan favorite sub-podcasts like 2’s Clues, Talkin’ Bout Money, and much more.
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