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Adam Pally!

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Totally Laime Podcast

Episode 217

He’s an all time fave guest on Totally Laime (check out his first episode – #26) and he’s back after four short years where he’s dominated entertainment. The hilarious and talented actor from The Mindy Project and Happy Endings, ADAM PALLY came on and “pally’d” Elizabeth and Andy by discussing fatherhood, whether or not he’s able to celebrate the wins, and why he can’t keep any blunt or sharp objects in his house. Enjoy!

5 Comments!

DT says:

His laugh is one of the best things ever.

I’m constantly surprised by all your liberal friends’ theoretical support of the death penalty! I get where you are all coming from and, thankfully, you all express the fear of innocent people being killed. But, there’s still this punitive component to the hypothetical support. It comes mixed into this sightly absurd notion of someone who is both completely depraved and so undeniably guilty that executing is an obvious course of action. It is such a caricature of crime and justice that I’m not sure how to make sense of it. Is it the Nancy Grace-ification of crime reporting?

None of the above is meant to chastise you. It’s more about me try and make sense to myself how so people who otherwise seem very socially minded give a Totally to the death penalty, even if it’s a tentative one. I can’t remember who it was, but one guest recently espoused my own view that the state should never, even in the most extreme of situations, be granted the right to kill people.

Gettin’ deep on a show that asks the most important people the least important questions…

Lindsey says:

Great guest (again) Elizabeth and Andy! I love Adam Pally on Happy Endings, and The Mindy Project. Come back sooner than 4 years next time Adam!

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