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XxGirlKisserxX
Mar 16, 2009



In the Let's Talk About Loveline thread, I noticed a few posts from people asking why we don't have a comedy podcast thread. Well here it is!

I figured this first post can be used to list all the great comedy podcasts out there. This is just *my* list of favorites, but if you have more, feel free to talk about 'em and I'll update the OP. Eventually I'd like to separate these into further sub-categories (interview-style, live performances, etc), but for now, I'll just lump 'em all together.

edit: When you suggest a podcast, try and point out a specific episode that you love to give people an idea where to start! I'll eventually give my own list for the ones I listed.

Most (if not all) of these can be found in iTunes, but I've also provided RSS feeds and/or other links to download the shows directly.

Don't be afraid to mention your own podcast! This is the place to talk about it, and get some pretty nice exposure.

The Adam Carolla Show

quote:

"Yeah, I mean c'mon! I'm sick of this 'swiper no swiping!' what the hell? I used to play football! My dad never came to my games, but I'm not bitter! Hey legitimate movie star, I made a movie once! Maybe you've seen it. Let me tell you about the ins and outs of the movie biz... Hey! My personal friend that I hired as a producer: quit loving the show up/close the door I can hear you/ p.s. you're a Jew! Let me tell you about how I hate Mexicans, and in particular the Mexicans I hire to do my menial labor. Hey famous guest, did that make you feel awkward? Did I mention this whole show is taking place in a garage full of my sweet cars that I own? Let me tell you all about cars whether you like it or not. Here's where I bitch about how I hate Los Angeles. How many times can I say 'swing a hammer' so people know I was once a working man? You guys know Dr. Drew right? Let me talk poo poo about him. Has is been 15 minutes since I told everyone I was on TV? Oh yeah, my kid's a enjoyable human being. Since I once worked construction I feel I have open license to be a racist douchebag. I was on Dancing with the Stars and they just didn't understand my genius! Oh, famous guest, that's an interesting story/topic/idea, let me put the brakes on the whole show to tell you I know how to hang drywall or frame a door or fix a carburetor like I'm the Patron Saint of Screwdrivers."
Comedy and Everything Else

quote:

Jimmy and Stef get together to talk about comedy, and everything else on their minds, in this thought provoking and sometimes silly hour, sometimes two hours, of funny.
Comedy Bang Bang

quote:

Based on the live stage show the L.A. Times calls "one of the most prestigious nights of [comedy] in the country," Comedy Bang Bang brings the country's best comedians straight to your home.
Comedy Film Nerds

quote:

Movie reviews by stand-up comics and filmmakers Graham Elwood and Chris Mancini
Doug Loves Movies

quote:

Comedian Doug Benson (Last Comic Standing, Super High Me) invites his friends to sit down and discuss his first love: movies!
Fitzdog Radio with Greg Fitzsimmons

quote:

It's a podcast hosted by the great comic Greg Fitzsimmons
Jordan, Jesse, GO!

quote:

Jordan, Jesse GO! is an irreverent talk show, hosted by Jesse Thorn (The Sound of Young America) and Jordan Morris (Fuel TV). Listen in as Jesse, Jordan and celebrity guests discuss high-fives, goofing off and the travails of being a young adult. Be advised that while the show is by no means adult entertainment, it sometimes contains swearing and frank sex talk.
Monday Morning Podcast with Bill Burr

quote:

Comedian, Bill Burr, rants and rambles Monday mornings via cell phone for cynical insights into the world of comedy and touring.
The Nerdist

quote:

I am Chris Hardwick. I am on TV a lot and have a blog at nerdist.com. This podcast is basically just me talking about stuff and things with my two nerdy friends Jonah Ray and Matt Mira, and usually someone more famous than all of us. Occasionally we swear because that is fun. I hope you like it, but if you don't I'm sure you will not hesitate to unfurl your rage in the 'reviews' section because that's how the Internet works.
Never Not Funny (NOTE: Never Not Funny is a premium podcast, meaning you have to pay for full access; this RSS feed is for the free version, which is the first 20 minutes of each show, and some ads)

quote:

"Never Not Funny" is a party conversation with one of the funniest men on the planet: comedian and TV personality Jimmy Pardo ("The Tonight Show," "That '70s Show," "The Surreal Life"). Every week, he sits down with producer Matt Belknap and a guest from the world of comedy to shoot the breeze, share stories and laugh at life. The free-flowing discussion can lead anywhere, but whether Jimmy's talking about growing up in the '70s and '80s, his unbridled love of classic rock or facing the trials of modern life, it's bound to strike a chord with listeners of all ages, and it's guaranteed to make you laugh
The Pod F. Tompkast

quote:

Award-Worthy Comedian PAUL F. TOMPKINS Presents Sketch, Live Recordings and Conversation, All Whilst Taking a Healthy Dip in The Stream of Consciousness. Featuring Clips from Mr. Tompkins's Largo Variety Show, The Music of Eban Schletter and Absurd Portrayals of Ice-T, Andrew Lloyd Webber, The Cake Boss and Others of Notoriety.
Pop My Culture

quote:

Pop My Culture is a bi-weekly(ish) podcast hosted by comedic actors and improvisers Cole Stratton and Vanessa Ragland. Join these two entertainment nerds and their special celebrity guests as they discuss movies, music, television, celebrity gossip, etc. without all those pesky “serious” topics like politics, religion and the environment. I mean, you can tune into Fresh Air for that. We’ll just tackle the trivial watercooler stuff, ok?
Sklarbro Country

quote:

Yet another comedy podcast about indie rock and sports. Hosted by the Sklar Brothers, this brand new podcast will feature guests, characters, and lots of great bits (presumably) from the Sklars.
The Smartest Man in the World

quote:

Comedian Greg Proops is smarter than you.
Uhh Yeah Dude

quote:

Saving America from herself, America through the eyes of two American Americans. Seth and Jonathan are the best podcasters currently podcasting right now, they take a medium that is usually poo poo and turn it into pure comedy, it's also a dancecast and performance art.
Walking with Michelle

quote:

Comic Michelle Biloon drags you and comedians like Doug Benson, Maria Bamford, and James Adomian to the country's favorite tourist traps.
Who Charted? with Howard Kremer

quote:

Welcome to Who Charted, a weekly podcast delving into the hottest music, movies, and television for the week.
WTF with Marc Maron

quote:

Comedian Marc Maron is tackling the most complex philosophical question of our day - WTF? He'll get to the bottom of it with help from comedian friends, celebrity guests and the voices in his own head. You loved him on Morning Sedition. You kinda liked him on The Marc Maron Show. You tolerated him on Break Room Live. Now, embrace him on a show from which he cannot be fired - WTF with Marc Maron.

The following is a list of goon-run podcasts. If you have one, mention it in this thread and I'll update the OP!

Song For The Deaf posted:

For the goon-run podcasts:

Those drat Ross Kids - Two brothers making each other laugh about the news and the perils of living. Inspired by "You Look Nice Today" and "Uhh Yeah Dude." Updated every Tuesday.

Website Link

iTunes

En Fuego posted:

Undead Radio - http://www2.kisw.com/listen/category/Undead+Radio or on iTunes searchable under Undead Radio or KISW

A podcast featuring The Reverend En Fuego, Topshelf and Mono-Nick from the BJ Shea Morning Experience, on KISW in Seattle. Daily topics usually include video games, gaming in general and pop culture news.

King Lou posted:

Lou Reads the Internet for YOU!

SA GOON, King Lou, seeks out the webs weirdest and more fascinating discussions and reads them for his faithful listeners. Places that most people don't even want to acknowledge exist are read aloud for your entertainment. Its been described as "A Filthy NPR-style reading of the webs most deviant corners.

Website Link

iTunes

krushgroove posted:

Cool! I do a show called Digital Porridge, the basis of which is that I'm American (living in England), my friend is British, and we go back and forth about various aspects of either culture as well as catch up on what we've done lately.

The show is weekly and 30-35 minutes per episode.

The blog with show notes is at http://www.digitalporridge.net, with direct download links and you can listen to the latest shows from the web page. You can subscribe at RSS feed and iTunes link

I'd appreciate any feedback from any goons, either by PM, posting on the blog, iTunes reviews, whatever.

The Capm posted:

I'm a goon, I run a podcast! http://www.deadideavalhalla.com

It's called Dead Idea Valhalla. It's short and weekly and features all original music in addition to other bits. The standard format is a five to ten minute rant on whatever, or just telling a (hopefully) amusing or interesting story, then a song, either by me or a band I was once in, then a produced bit, with either me or with one of my friends. I think the second episode is a good one to start with to see if the humor is for you.

I also did a couple dozen episodes of a podcast called The Butterfield Family Dinocast, which was a more traditional Get a Bunch of Dudes in a Room and Have Them Talk About Something show. It's on my site as well.

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Mr. D Bewildering
Mar 24, 2010

8^y

bananasinpajamas posted:


Fitzdog Radio with Greg Fitzsimmons - http://www.gregfitzsimmons.com/feed/

Monday Morning Podcast with Bill Burr - http://www.billburr.com/podcast/

The Pod F. Tompkast - http://pft.libsyn.com/rss

Sklarbro Country - http://feeds.feedburner.com/sklarbrocountry

WTF with Marc Maron - http://wtfpod.libsyn.com/

drat, dude! You just gave me entertainment for the week!
Perhaps it's because I'm not all that familiar with the podcast scene, but I had no idea so many stand-ups had podcasts.

Indolent Bastard
Oct 26, 2007



Film maker Kevin Smith; some hate him some love him, try his podcast and see which camp you are in.

http://www.smodcast.com/

The main Smodcast is good as is Tell 'em Steve Dave.

(Fake edit: Not a podcast, but awesome: http://www.kevinpollakschatshow.com/)

XxGirlKisserxX
Mar 16, 2009



Mr. D Bewildering posted:

drat, dude! You just gave me entertainment for the week!
Perhaps it's because I'm not all that familiar with the podcast scene, but I had no idea so many stand-ups had podcasts.

Yeah, it's really great to see stand-ups getting into it. It's the perfect medium for getting funny stuff out to a wide audience consistently. The "indie" or "alternative" comics are especially embracing it. I'm expecting more and more to hop on the podcast bandwagon soon (Sklar Bros and Paul F. Tompkins just started on August 1st).

CharlesWillisMaddox
Jun 6, 2007

by angerbeet


Support the little guys who do it much better.

Uhh Yeah Dude - http://www.uhhyeahdude.com/

quote:

Saving America from herself, America through the eyes of two American Americans. Seth and Jonathan are the best podcasters currently podcasting right now, they take a medium that is usually poo poo and turn it into pure comedy, it's also a dancecast and performance art.

Sick & Wrong - http://www.sickandwrongpodcast.com/

quote:

Very NWS. They take the 3 most sick and wrong articles of the week and compete them against each other with interviews randomly added in (A crime scene cleaner, a scat dominatrix, a cock and ball torture dominatrix etc). The "LOL DRINKING" attitude they have gets old, and D. is a dumbass, but Lance is awesome.

CharlesWillisMaddox
Jun 6, 2007

by angerbeet


Indolent Bastard posted:

Film maker Kevin Smith; some hate him some love him, try his podcast and see which camp you are in.

http://www.smodcast.com/

The main Smodcast is good as is Tell 'em Steve Dave.

(Fake edit: Not a podcast, but awesome: http://www.kevinpollakschatshow.com/)

Same with the Highlands: A peepholes history, it's basically a podcast with Kevin/Bryan/Walter with other people they grew up with (last week was Jason Mewes, the one before was Kevin's mom) talking about growing up in Highlands.

navi
May 27, 2004

#1 Grandpa!

With Teeth

It's a podcast about popular/new music done by me and a buddy of mine. Language is extremely harsh and we update it every 1-2 weeks. I have been told its "Kinda funny". Take that as you will.

and how in the hell has no one mentioned the Ricky Gervias Podcast?

navi fucked around with this message at Aug 4, 2010 around 15:47

XxGirlKisserxX
Mar 16, 2009



CharlesWillisMaddox posted:

Support the little guys who do it much better.

Uhh Yeah Dude - http://www.uhhyeahdude.com/


Sick & Wrong - http://www.sickandwrongpodcast.com/

Any specific episodes to recommend?

In fact, I think that should be a good idea for any podcast someone posts.

NecronSchmecron
Apr 28, 2009

Ah, phooey!


Thank you for this Thread. You've all listed a lot of REALLY good podcasts.

There is a podcast called RISK! Hosted by Kevin Allison formerly of The State. http://risk-show.com/ It is along the lines of The Moth podcast but I've noticed that, for the most part, the story tellers are mostly comedians and mostly hilarious.

On a side note, I subscribe to the premium Never Not Funny feed and I can't get enough of it. It's well worth the price and the video just adds to the fun. They also have individual episodes up if you don't want to pay $20 for 26 episodes and some bonus ones in between. I think Marc Maron has a premium feed too, which I'm tempted to subscribe to as well. Don't be hesitant to pay for a good podcast or two, especially from very funny comedians like Jimmy Pardo and Marc Maron.

Edit: There's also Walking with Michelle. It's updated infrequently but is a pretty funny one too. http://walkingwithmichelle.blip.tv/rss

NecronSchmecron fucked around with this message at Aug 4, 2010 around 15:49

Brice
Jul 23, 2006
Is It Bad to Get Cheese in Open Cuts?

I listen to most of the podcast in the OP but I also really like
Low Budget FM: http://lowbudgetfm.com

The producer of Fitzdog Radio and Carollas podcast + a guy who does radio on KLSX basically just talk poo poo. They occasionally do scripted bits that aren't funny but for the most part I find them hilarious.

elwood
Mar 28, 2001



What! No Bugle? Shame on you.


The Bugle, Audio Newspaper for a Visual World

quote:

...is the greatest work of comedic, political podcastery ever created. Misters Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver put out an issue each week, that will inevitably change the world radically.

Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver, with the help of the comedy double act Oily and Schmaltz, first created the Bugle in the 1910’s, bringing two major innovations that hampered the earlier incarnations of the audio newspaper; an audio recording technology and English. These were added to the political and social satirical pillars of the others, while continuing the Audio tradition, to create a dynamic product that could be understood by the populace as well as listened to multiple times. Unfortunately the vestiges of the old Victorian society and the Catholic-Impala alliance kept success from Oliver and Zaltzman’s hands. The world just wasn’t ready for The Bugle, and the reactionary lobbies of the Pope and Impala ensured it remained that way.

But several things happened that made it possible for the Bugle to return. Firstly John moved to New York to work on the television show, the Daily Show with Jon Stewart, a move that was destined to happen after John accidentally spelled amour the American way, armor, during his primary school days. Then came the writers strike by the WGA, which gave John a great deal of free time. Finally the Catholic-Impala anti-bugle bloc became stressed to the breaking point with the alleged Catholic incursions into the traditional Impala grazing grounds. With the opposition distracted, John and Andy revived the concept of an audio newspaper for a visual world, this time in the innovative podcast format. The rest is history.

Phill and Phil's Perfect Ten

quote:

The Perfect Ten' involves Phill Jupitus and Phil Wilding discussing ten topics, with a mix of questions submitted by both listeners and the pair themselves. The show usually opens with a summary of the format and listener emails sharing where they listen from before the show proper begins. As part of the rules of the show, the duo must cover all 10 topics within 30 minutes and are not allowed to return to previous topics once they have rung the bell and moved on. There are no rules for how long they can talk about each topic, but they must cover ALL of them within the 30 minute period. Each episode finishes with a comedic summary of what the pair have learned from each show.

XxGirlKisserxX
Mar 16, 2009



elwood posted:

What! No Bugle? Shame on you.


The Bugle, Audio Newspaper for a Visual World


Phill and Phil's Perfect Ten

Well, as you can probably tell, I tend to listen to more conversational podcasts. Basically I look at the format as the perfect medium for what talk radio SHOULD be. I don't have anything against produced variety-type shows at all, but that's just my preference. Which is why this thread should be fantastic

Tears In A Vial
Jan 13, 2008


Indolent Bastard posted:

Film maker Kevin Smith; some hate him some love him, try his podcast and see which camp you are in.

http://www.smodcast.com/

The main Smodcast is good as is Tell 'em Steve Dave.


I listened to a few of these back when I was first getting into podcasts. They're pretty atrocious at times, and the ones with his wife are unbearable. I think I'd rather double date with Ian Huntley and Maxine Carr than those two. Basically, if you want to listen to a really, really fat guy talk about loving his odd-looking wife, give this a bash.

I'm currently powering through the back issues of the Collings and Herrin podcast at work, go through two or three a day.

Here are all the links and things...

http://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/collingsherrin/

And here's the podcasts wikipedia entry...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collin...n_%28podcast%29

It's a British podcast, by Comedian Richard Herring and Broadcaster Andrew Collins, which is supposed to look at the news of the week and such, but from the twenty or so episodes I've listened to so far, they rarely actually get to the news, preferring to just dick about and talk about whatever takes their fancy. It was voted best podcast a few times and that.

Tears In A Vial fucked around with this message at Aug 4, 2010 around 16:00

Indolent Bastard
Oct 26, 2007



Tears In A Vial posted:

I listened to a few of these back when I was first getting into podcasts. They're pretty atrocious at times, and the ones with his wife are unbearable. I think I'd rather double date with Ian Huntley and Maxine Carr than those two. Basically, if you want to listen to a really, really fat guy talk about loving his odd-looking wife, give this a bash.

Yeah it can be hit and miss (especially with guest hosts like his wife, daughter or mother) but, give a few of them a try as you might get a rotten one at first. If you still don't like it, try one of the other podcasts in the OP.

Sigma-X
Jun 17, 2005

"thats pretty much it, we all got high, it was sweet you should of been there"
"god damnt knuckles, your plan didn't do anything"


CharlesWillisMaddox posted:

Support the little guys who do it much better.
Sick & Wrong - http://www.sickandwrongpodcast.com/

Sick and Wrong is literally the only podcast I like consistently. The guys aren't anyone special and they just have fun and they're not trying to be role models or anything.

I think anything after episode 100 is probably going to be the best, they've grown the show significantly since its inception.

Tears In A Vial
Jan 13, 2008


Indolent Bastard posted:

Yeah it can be hit and miss (especially with guest hosts like his wife, daughter or mother) but, give a few of them a try as you might get a rotten one at first. If you still don't like it, try one of the other podcasts in the OP.

I thought the one with his daughter was adorable, but the best ones -- in my mind -- are the ones with Walt Flannigan; not because Scott Mosier isn't good, more that Kevin Smith seems to take more of a back seat when he has a guest on. When it's just Kevin and Scott, Kevin talks, almost without pause, about about how much he likes to gently caress for like an hour and it does my head in.

Binowru
Feb 14, 2007

I never set out to be weird. It was always other people who called me weird.

bananasinpajamas posted:

Doug Loves Movies - http://feeds.feedburner.com/DougLovesMovies

My favorite podcast, by far. I urge you all to look up the recent(-ish) episode with Jimmy Pardo, Paul F. Tompkins and Kate Micucci. Some of the funniest poo poo I've ever heard anywhere.

edit: Here it is on blip.tv: http://ilovemovies.blip.tv/file/3625291/

XxGirlKisserxX
Mar 16, 2009



Tears In A Vial posted:

I thought the one with his daughter was adorable, but the best ones -- in my mind -- are the ones with Walt Flannigan; not because Scott Mosier isn't good, more that Kevin Smith seems to take more of a back seat when he has a guest on. When it's just Kevin and Scott, Kevin talks, almost without pause, about about how much he likes to gently caress for like an hour and it does my head in.

I get an overwhelming sense of "You should be LUCKY you're listening to this podcast" from Smith on SModcast. Maybe that's just me.

Change the name to cast

Binowru posted:

My favorite podcast, by far. I urge you all to look up the recent(-ish) episode with Jimmy Pardo, Paul F. Tompkins and Kate Micucci. Some of the funniest poo poo I've ever heard anywhere.

edit: Here it is on blip.tv: http://ilovemovies.blip.tv/file/3625291/

Can't agree with this more. PFT and Pardo have an amazing chemistry.

My Linux Rig
Mar 27, 2010


I'm kind of surprised that I haven't seen this yet, but the Mike O'Meara show is pretty good. It's essentially what got me into podcasts in the first place.

Bhodi
Dec 9, 2007

Oh, it's just a cat.


Edit: ^^^^ beaten by 5 minutes, dammit. Seriously, listen to this one podcast if you listen to any of them.

The Mike Omeara Show deserves more than just a casual mention. It's incredibly funny.

All of them were widely syndicated (the Don and Mike show, Big O & Dukes) on terrestrial radio and it's a daily hour of professionally created content.

You can find it on itunes or use the RSS feeds from the website, plug it right into the 'listen' android app - either way works perfectly.

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Rupert Buttermilk
Apr 15, 2007

RowboatMan: Freezing time is an old P.I. trick...


For straight up comedy, try the Ask Mr. Biggs show.

http://www.askmrbiggs.com

Basically, Roger, the meek host, and Mr Biggs, the overbearing, jumpsuit-wearing know-it-all answer questions from callers. The best part is, the calls are actual, real calls to other shows that are edited to fit the show, with the original host removed.

For a good comedy-plus-stories, I can't suggest The Tobolowsky Files enough.

Stories of life, love, and the entertainment industry, as told by character actor, Stephen Tobolowsky. Based off of the 2005 independent film "Stephen Tobolowsky's Birthday Party", this podcast is filled with both serious and hilarious stories, all involving Stephen throughout his life and career. I've finally caught up to the latest episode, and I would easily say that Stephen Tobolowksy is my favourite person that I haven't met yet.

http://www.thetobolowskyfiles.com

FreudianSlippers
Apr 12, 2010
i hated your big dumb ugly macklemore av so i changed it

well cya

quote:

C-word
Cryptozoology?


content:
Radiodrome
Brad Jones of The Cinema Snob and his friend, Jerrid Foiles get together and talk about movies and stuff. Not exactly hilarious but still enjoyable and often amusing.

Robotnik DDS
Oct 31, 2004



I really dig Superego. It is a really funny improvised sketch comedy show that sometimes has people from the LA comedy scene as guests. It takes an episode or two to get into the rhythm, but they are short so it's not a huge commitment.

http://www.gosuperego.com/podcast-episodes/

Zohn
Jul 21, 2006

Trust me, pinko, you ain't half he-man enough for Mickey Spillane's Rye Whisky.

You Look Nice Today http://youlooknicetoday.com/

Three hosts who met through twitter discuss their pasts, the minutia of everyday life, and a series of increasingly improbable business models. Updated very, very infrequently, but hands down one of the most consistently funny podcasts I've ever listened to. All of the episodes are great, but the three part special episode featuring John Hodgman is as good as place as any to start.
I can't hype this enough, incredibly under appreciated, incredibly funny.

Fast Karate for the Gentleman http://www.daveandjoel.com/

Self described as "a semi-weekly podcast about stupid cartoons and vidjergames", it's basically two very nerdy, very funny friends shooting the poo poo about video games, food, episodes of 24, or incredibly bad anime shows. I first saw it suggested in a previous podcast thread on GBS, and was put off at first by how geeky it sounded, and was pleasantly surprised when I gave it a chance. Every episode feels like two funny nerd friends of yours showed up late at night with a six pack and some terrible cartoon on VHS.
Good episode to start with: http://tinyurl.com/2evvnkh The guys try to discuss some cheesy old ninja anime movie, but get distracted by how stupid the whole concept is and discuss baby bombs instead.

Edit: Nthing The Bugle, Sick & Wrong, and Uhh Yeah Dude

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WaffleLove
Aug 15, 2007


I listen to these guys whenever I clean, or just want to sit back and smoke the bong.

They give some reviews of what they maybe playing at an given time, and talk a lot about the video game industry. They're also sound like some chill dudes.

The comedy is when they get to listener letters.

http://www.eat-sleep-game.com/news/

WaffleLove fucked around with this message at Aug 4, 2010 around 16:53

zenguitarman
Apr 6, 2009

Come on, lemme see ya shake your tail feather


quote:

Uhh Yeah Dude

Seconding the love for UYD, these guys are really, really funny. I'm not sure what it is, but they just have a really honest way of talking about STUFF, like news or personal stories and their crazy pasts. They have a Youtube channel with some video episodes they shot. Personally I think anything past episode 100 is great.

My Linux Rig
Mar 27, 2010


Bhodi posted:

Edit: ^^^^ beaten by 5 minutes, dammit. Seriously, listen to this one podcast if you listen to any of them.

The Mike Omeara Show deserves more than just a casual mention. It's incredibly funny.

All of them were widely syndicated (the Don and Mike show, Big O & Dukes) on terrestrial radio and it's a daily hour of professionally created content.

You can find it on itunes or use the RSS feeds from the website, plug it right into the 'listen' android app - either way works perfectly.

It's pretty much the only podcast I listen to. Too bad they got kicked off of WJFK just so they could make more room for lovely sports radio.

Although, funny enough, the radio station that broadcasts WJFK's stuff here got sold off after they switched to the sports radio format. It actually changed hands a couple times before turning into an alternative music station. Guess the sports talk format just wasn't that popular.

Traffic Reporter
Oct 6, 2003

When you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss also gazes into you.


Redskins radio on Sundays and the Junkies were all the sports JFK needed. They had the golden lineup there for a few years.

Good to hear Mike O'Meara is doing well. Now that Don is back in radio, I can't help but get my hopes up that they will get together again someday.

To get back on topic: The Joe Rogan Podcast is pretty enjoyable. The audio quality is kind of obnoxious, but he's getting better at it. It also has a free video stream of the podcast when they record them. http://blog.joerogan.net/archives/c...e-rogan-podcast

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Honey Roasted
Apr 6, 2007


Frank and Erik Internet Famous has become one of my favorite podcasts. It's just two twenty-something guys talking about life. The premise may not sound that interesting, but you'll be hooked after listening to an episode. http://frankanderik.com/

Also, somebody has to mention the goon podcast, Lou Reads the Internet for You! Lou goes to different forums and reads selected posts. Another one that probably sounds mundane at first, but is actually hilarious. The best parts are when he has to stop in the middle of a post and laugh at how ridiculous it is. http://loureads.com/

Civil
Apr 21, 2003

Do you see this? This means "Have a nice day".

http://blog1.joerogan.net/?feed=podcast
Beaten on the Joe Rogan podcast, but I have the RSS link. Super funny, but I tune out when he's talking about MMA. Dig through the archives to find the episodes with Joey Diaz, that guy is funny as gently caress.

http://feeds.theonion.com/theonion/radionews
The Onion. Short and sweet.

Guidos Python
Sep 7, 2009


I would like to throw in The Distorted View Show with Tim Henson
[url]http://www.distortedview.com/show/

30 minutes of week daily audio comedy with bizarre news stories, awkward porn clips and great recurring segments, the benifits of a one man show means no awkward clatter between hosts

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Stare-Out
Mar 11, 2010

not all who wander are lost


navi posted:

and how in the hell has no one mentioned the Ricky Gervias Podcast?
So people who just scan over bolded names don't miss it, The Ricky Gervais show is fantastic if only for Karl Pilkington who is the stupidest smart person in the world. He also has a head like a loving orange.

XxGirlKisserxX
Mar 16, 2009



I loved Gervais' podcast before it became the Hey Let's Literally Only Talk to Karl Pilkington For The Entire Show podcast

Strange Matter
Oct 5, 2009

Ask me about Genocide


bananasinpajamas posted:

Doug Loves Movies - http://feeds.feedburner.com/DougLovesMovies
Oh god, this. This. Doug Loves Movies is litterally one of the highlights of my week because it's always hilarious and Doug always has fantastic guests. The live audience definitely complements the show, so much so that the lack of an audience in the last couple weeks (the show was recorded at Pardo's Never Not Funny studio) sort of impairs the overall quality. But my god it's hysterical.

XxGirlKisserxX
Mar 16, 2009



Strange Matter posted:

Oh god, this. This. Doug Loves Movies is litterally one of the highlights of my week because it's always hilarious and Doug always has fantastic guests. The live audience definitely complements the show, so much so that the lack of an audience in the last couple weeks (the show was recorded at Pardo's Never Not Funny studio) sort of impairs the overall quality. But my god it's hysterical.

Listen to the latest show recorded at the UCB Theatre in New York. One of, if not the best, episode yet. Amazing crowd and amazing performers.

webster876
Aug 4, 2007


Strange Matter posted:

Oh god, this. This. Doug Loves Movies is litterally one of the highlights of my week because it's always hilarious and Doug always has fantastic guests. The live audience definitely complements the show, so much so that the lack of an audience in the last couple weeks (the show was recorded at Pardo's Never Not Funny studio) sort of impairs the overall quality. But my god it's hysterical.

Throwing it out for Doug. The hilarity of this podcasts blows every other podcast out of the water. It is amazing. The comedy levels are off the chain, hook, AND charts. All three.

Alastor_the_Stylish
Jul 25, 2006

WILL AMOUNT TO NOTHING IN LIFE.



Red Bar Radio - http://www.redbarradio.com

This is the most likely the longest running and definitely the best comedy podcast. Host Mike David and rotating comedian co-hosts meet up in his Chicago apartment to talk about Monique and other pieces of pop culture.

Cast Iron Brick
Apr 24, 2008


Does anyone know what's up with You Look Nice Today? There were maybe two episodes this year, and one of them was the obligatory live show at MaxFunCon. I really want there to be more episodes. It's the greatest podcast possible.

FortCastle
Apr 24, 2009


webster876 posted:

Throwing it out for Doug. The hilarity of this podcasts blows every other podcast out of the water. It is amazing. The comedy levels are off the chain, hook, AND charts. All three.

This right here, I've probably listened to 15 different comedy podcasts and none come close to this

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XxGirlKisserxX
Mar 16, 2009



FortCastle posted:

This right here, I've probably listened to 15 different comedy podcasts and none come close to this

Here's a good place to find all the old episodes of Doug Loves Movies (formerly I Love Movies). Some good ones to choose from:

Bob Odenkirk and Chris Hardwick. They break down the top 10 movies of the last 25 years I believe, and Odenkirk provides some amazing opinions.
Jon Hamm and Jimmy Pardo. Just great chemistry between the three of them. Hamm (of Mad Men fame) really knows comedy.
Adam Carolla and Patton Oswalt. Again, the chemistry is awesome, and this is about the best environment I've seen Carolla in outside of Loveline.
Andy Kindler and Marc Maron. If you don't like Kindler,
Paul F. Tompkins and Sean Cullen. Both amazing comedians, both get along great and both sing together at some point. Special.

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