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BBLiveShow is a live Internet stream that bills itself as the "best worst show on the Internet". It is the brainchild of Brian Brushwood who sometimes refers to himself as "a toddler beating on a drum". The show usually consists of Brian interacting with his co-hosts, the chat room, and occasional callers. Episodes start out with a topic of discussion, but often evolve into something else. Regular topics include a Viral Video Smackdown and Adobeshop Contest.

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BBLiveShow is a live Internet stream that bills itself as the "best worst show on the Internet". It is the brainchild of Brian Brushwood who sometimes refers to himself as "a toddler beating on a drum". The show usually consists of Brian interacting with his co-hosts, the chat room, and occasional callers. Episodes start out with a topic of discussion, but often evolve into something else. Regular topics include a Viral Video Smackdown and Adobeshop Contest.

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zanzibarman ,

Is there more?

Does anyone have episodes 2 through 22?

The episodes here are fantastic, and lay a lot of groundwork for the NSFWshow.

PDelahanty ,

Proustian introspection with visual conundrums

There is a certain sadness one feels in remembering happy times: turning over the last page of a good novel, and reflecting over the wonders we have just experienced, the characters who have become our friends; discovering old pictures, seeing ourselves in the halcyon throes of youth, silly smiles on our innocent faces; the plangent last notes of a Chopin nocturne, the theme, growing softer and softer now, floating across the room to rest against our face like the rhythmic breaths of a peaceful, sleeping lover.

I don't know how: but Brushwood captures this feeling, this happy sadness - "Oh heavy lightness," as Shakespeare put it. Justin shaves his beard. Amtrekker drives all over town. OhDoctah reminds us what love is. Can our lives ever be like this? Perhaps not, but we can watch, watch ever single day, and wrap ourself in that happy sadness. And maybe forget, if only for a little while, the way our lives really are, the way they have to be: our heavy lightness. Thanks, Brian Brushwood, for that, and thanks to BBLiveShow for letting people express themselves. Thank you all.

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