You travel a lot and stay in hotels; we ASSUME you’re masturbating everywhere, so you don’t really have to talk about it.
Barry’s day is tinged with cheapness, from the free doughnut to the extra-cheap bus ride to his gig upstate, and the whole scene sets him up as some sort of alternate-universe champion of life.
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All of this in-depth philosophical conversation is set to the soundtrack of Todd Barry saying “AIDS” to the tune of “Smoke on the Water” while drumming on the table. The first third of the episode is dedicated to Barry’s day, namely what he does with his time as a single, childless man about town.
This means you can thoroughly enjoy the freedom on two wheels – without having to take annoying breaks and always having the most up-to-date maps. After Amia goes to see Louie perform at the Cellar and deflects some leering, perverted comments from Jim Norton, she crowds around the table with Louie, Nick Di Paolo, Greg Fitzsimmons, and Todd Barry for dinner.