Great Job Rob Bartlett

Oct 8, 2003
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Not just hilarious, but knows the show better than most listeners. Throwing out show references like a champ.


That's 4 out of 3 stars.
 

Hoffman

Guess who's back? Hoffman's back
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Oooooooo! Love it when Cokelogic rates O&A stuff.
 

sniper

Front, and to the right...
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Oct 13, 2004
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#4
It was great to hear Rob back on the radio. Great job BoxO'Wine!
Miss Brian Wilson.
 

bnceo

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Truly impressed. He knows a lot about the show. Made me smile that he wasn't just another comedian trying to promote a gig. Not to mention he went with the flow of the show and didn't try to plug himself a ton. Great work.
 

Probably Stoned

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I wouldn't be unhappy to hear more of him on the show. I'm sure within a few shows he'd be up to a Patrice or Bill Burr level.
 

Jims Rottweiler

Anyone ever smell my ass?
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Rob rocked. Stellar appearance. We need more Rob. How about a Sat Night Virus show?
 
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Shinebox2

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He was pretty decent. Its too bad that he has wasted away his time on that fossils show. I don't think Imus should have been fired but his show is fucking awful
 

Hidden_Rage

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Nov 20, 2005
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Great job Rob! I hope we all get to hear you on the program again :icon_mrgr
 

Deadbent

You can go fuck.
Aug 19, 2005
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#12
Agreed, Mr. Bartlett knows the show better than most callers, listeners, and baggers. It was definitely apparent he's a long time fan and listener. That gets the thumbs up.

I was repeatedly entertained since he got on air. Nonstop. Was a real treat to have him in to the show.
He was just belting out an amazing amount of references. He even remembered Andrea singing stupid Joplin and made a joke about that. Jimmys Kiss dreams, dreamweaver. Holy shit.
His timing was ... just ridiculously superb.

Also touching on what someone else said... he was subtle. Didn't try to overpower or intrude on the show, or the flow. Nice touch, and it's the touch of a professional.
(a professional kid toucher)

Thanks for representing the bag properly.
 

prozac

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Nov 15, 2004
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Hearing it right now and I agree...Rob was great and made me laugh out loud during the XM side of the show.
 

Jim T.

Calmo, calmo...
Jul 12, 2005
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Not only was he great, but he inspired Jimmy who was on fucking fire.
 

Budyzir

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Nov 12, 2004
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The Brian Wilson and Uncle Paul Show.
Not only was he great, but he inspired Jimmy who was on fucking fire.

I couldn't agree more with everyones comments but these two have really fired my imagination. There definitely was great interaction between the two, I must have looked like a crazed maniac in my truck as I was listening to the two of them.

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madbam

I'm on da Zoloft..........
Aug 2, 2001
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#19
Oh man...Rob was fantastic...he needs to fill in on a regular basis
 

Fruit Monkey

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Oct 4, 2004
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should i get my xm again?
is it worth it ?
not the ona part but its what they did that still pisses me off
 

zagman76

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Nov 18, 2004
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#21
Great job Rob!!!

I agree, a SNV or "lil jimmy is away today" replacement would be cool!
 
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BoxO'Wine

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#22
Thanks Baggers!

I am touched beyond belief. I was actually a little nervous about being in studio with the bbboys. But they were just the fucking best. And I had the time of my life. I'm honored to know you guys thought I did well. Before I even met 'em I was a fan. Now that we're pals, it's especially sweet, as I truly love and respect what the do. Hence, the 'going with the flow'. General BAM gets the credit for arranging the original meeting of the minds lo, those two years ago. I would love to stop in again sometime.

Semper Fi and Simplify.

robio
 

madbam

I'm on da Zoloft..........
Aug 2, 2001
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#24
I am touched beyond belief. I was actually a little nervous about being in studio with the bbboys. But they were just the fucking best. And I had the time of my life. I'm honored to know you guys thought I did well. Before I even met 'em I was a fan. Now that we're pals, it's especially sweet, as I truly love and respect what the do. Hence, the 'going with the flow'. General BAM gets the credit for arranging the original meeting of the minds lo, those two years ago. I would love to stop in again sometime.

Semper Fi and Simplify.

robio
You definitely hit that one out of the park...hope to hear you again there soon.
 

notalentassclwn

Fulltime Wingman
Jul 28, 2005
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I am touched beyond belief. I was actually a little nervous about being in studio with the bbboys. But they were just the fucking best. And I had the time of my life. I'm honored to know you guys thought I did well. Before I even met 'em I was a fan. Now that we're pals, it's especially sweet, as I truly love and respect what the do. Hence, the 'going with the flow'. General BAM gets the credit for arranging the original meeting of the minds lo, those two years ago. I would love to stop in again sometime.

Semper Fi and Simplify.

robio

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