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nah
Mar 16, 2009



Conrad_Birdie posted:

Also, has anyone listened to Sklarbro Country? The first episode is ready on my iPod. I like the Sklars, I loved "Cheap Seats", but I truthfully have no interest in sports. Will I enjoy it nontheless?

Yeah, it's vintage Sklar Bros. You need to know as much about sports to enjoy it as you did with Cheap Seats (at least I'm assuming after the first episode).

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Low Percent Lunge
Jan 29, 2007

THE POWER
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RedBull gives you whines


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.
I love it too, easily my favorite.

There are so many podcasts being thrown around in this thread, perhaps we need a sub-forum so we can have TVIV type dicussions, especially when the frequency of podcasts is sometimes daily

nah
Mar 16, 2009



Whitey Ford posted:

I love it too, easily my favorite.

There are so many podcasts being thrown around in this thread, perhaps we need a sub-forum so we can have TVIV type dicussions, especially when the frequency of podcasts is sometimes daily

Speaking of which, I think Carolla's podcast would be a lot better if he just did them weekly. He could get good guests that he has familiar chemistry with and didn't have to rely on all these interview-style shows that are utterly forgettable. He really could have a Never Not Funny-type podcast if he paced out the poo poo

edit: Also, a podcast sub-forum would be pretty amazing. Lord knows there's enough of them (and not just comedy) to support an entire sub-forum.

nah fucked around with this message at Aug 6, 2010 around 00:11

Saganaut
Jul 4, 2009


Uhh Yeah Dude is the only comedy podcast you will ever need.

brainsforbrains
Jul 12, 2009

I'll be your Valentino
We'll ride upon an omnibus and then the casino


Saganaut posted:

Uhh Yeah Dude is the only comedy podcast you will ever need.

Uh, no dude. The Filmdrunk Frotcast is where it's at. Interviews with Gary Busey's former assistant and a porn cameraman turned comedian? Got it. Hilarious and well thought out movie critique? Check. Pleasing baritone voices?! TOUCHDOWN FROTCAST!

Sock The Great
Oct 1, 2006

It's Lonely At The Top. But It's Comforting To Look Down Upon Everyone At The Bottom

Grimey Drawer

Saganaut posted:

Uhh Yeah Dude is the only comedy podcast you will ever need.

This is the truth, there is no disputing it.

If you're unsure, jump in at episode 177. I'm 90% sure that's when Seth goes on his rant about the Two Girls One Cup skateboard, one of the funniest moments in the show.

goldrush
Sep 27, 2005



I'm a big fan of the Adam Carolla show, WTF with Marc Maron, the Monday Morning Podcast with Bill Burr, and the Joe Rogan Experience can also be really good as long as he's talking about comedy and not MMA. The Nerdist can be great but it depends on the guest.

Did anybody hear the recent WTF when Maron interviewed Patrice O'Neal? poo poo got pretty heavy in that one, O'Neal talked about his youth and his statutory surprise sex charge and his time in prison, and how hosed up he is because he never had a father. Also he rags on women a lot, while Maron nervously chuckles along. It was one of the more entertaining WTF's I ever heard. http://wtfpod.libsyn.com/ (episode 95)

Also, the Ricky Gervais World Cup Preview (free on iTunes as opposed to his other pay stuff) had some great moments, like when Karl Pilkington talked about how he spent 15 minutes in his garden "just slathering".

nah
Mar 16, 2009



According to their Facebook, CDR-Radio will be dropping every Wednesday or Thursday from now on.

Also episode 2 of Sklarbro Country is out! Featuring one of the dudes from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. And they read an e-mail I sent them.

nah fucked around with this message at Aug 6, 2010 around 13:28

Dr. Lariat
Jul 1, 2004

by Lowtax


My roommate and I have been doing a comedy podcast, The Hinton and Mozart Show for a bit over a year now.
http://hmshow.podbean.com I try to keep the audio quality consistently high and we occasionally bring in guests.

Here's a few episode suggestions for starters:
Episode 2: http://hmshow.podbean.com/2009/04/2...a-mozart-short/

Episode 5: http://hmshow.podbean.com/2009/04/2...ozart-show-427/

Episode 13: http://hmshow.podbean.com/2009/07/0...ozart-show-628/

Episode 19: http://hmshow.podbean.com/2009/07/0...ozart-show-628/

If you enjoy it, our RSS feed is http://hmshow.podbean.com/feed/

We usually run 1-2 hours and cover current events, movies, games, music and good bit of ranting.

Patch Radical
Sep 14, 2003

You want a blow job while I talk to you?



I wasn't offering personally.


For fans of Ricky Gervais' podcasts I can't recommend highly enough checking out Pilkipedia, which is exactly what it sounds like, and grabbing their old XFM Radio shows.

The format is a little different, they play music that whoever recorded the shows edited out, but I actually kind of prefer them to the podcasts now. There's a higher energy, and the dynamic between Karl, Ricky, and Steve seems fresher and less antagonistic. (For those that say they think Ricky and Steve are mean towards Karl, I direct them to the radio shows, because it's much more obvious that they're just three guys ribbing each other, and Steve gets it just as bad, if not worse, from Karl.)

Witness the birth of Monkey/Knob News, the slow and truly amazing evolution of Rockbusters, countless insane stories from Karl's childhood, the horrible gifts he's given to Suzanne over the years (value pack of condoms being my personal favorite), Steve's worst attempts at wooing ladies ("I thought the bow-tie made me look urbane, like a character in a P.G. Wodehouse novel"), and more high-pitched laughing from Ricky than you can stand.

Plus for people like me who were just fiending for more Karl when the rate at which they put out podcasts slowed down, the XFM shows are half an hour to forty minutes longer, and there are like ninety of them.

(To any mods: I don't think this is a files issue, because the radio shows aren't for sale anywhere, and both XFM and Gervais himself have been aware of Pilkipedia forever, but if you disagree I'll gladly take this post down)

take three tablets
Nov 21, 2005



Hell Gem

bananasinpajamas posted:

Any specific episodes to recommend?

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

Uhh Yeah Dude is the best podcast on the internet. No guests, no boring bullshit about working in comedy, hardly any "segments", just an hour of two hilarious dudes having a seamless conversation about the crazy poo poo Seth has found on the internet interspersed with stories from their pasts.

I'd recommend 76-95 or so (coincidentally this is the block I've just finished) because it's the period of time where Seth discovers the casual encounters section of Craigslist, and it's the most consistently funny thing I've ever heard. I just started listening from the beginning from the first time, and the only really bad episode I've heard is the first one (and possibly the second, Jonathan seems nervous to me for the first couple). That block also includes the episode where Jonathan decides to give out his cell number (323-481-4422, I have it memorized and I've never even called it) freely. I'm pretty sure it was 83 or 84.

Jordan, Jesse GO! is pretty hit or miss to me. It's consistently pretty funny, but something about Jesse rubs me the wrong way. He also has a way of meandering way too slowly to the punchline of his stories at least once an episode. As a sidenote, the episode of this with the UYD guys was terrible.

Stop Podcasting Yourself is pretty much just a better JJGO. Same type of humor, just with less obnoxious hosts. Also the guests are Canadian comedians you've never heard of, but that's ok because at least that means I haven't heard them on every other comedy podcast.

Doug Loves Movies is incredible. I think people have said enough about it already though.

WTF with Marc Maron isn't very funny most of the time but Marc does great interviews.

SModcast is gratingly vulgar, but still funny enough to listen to once in a while.

But seriously, listen to UYD.

quote:

Did anybody hear the recent WTF when Maron interviewed Patrice O'Neal? poo poo got pretty heavy in that one, O'Neal talked about his youth and his statutory surprise sex charge and his time in prison, and how hosed up he is because he never had a father. Also he rags on women a lot, while Maron nervously chuckles along. It was one of the more entertaining WTF's I ever heard. http://wtfpod.libsyn.com/ (episode 95)
I listened to this. The whole thing made me pretty uncomfortable, partly because I doubt there's such thing as running a consentual train.

take three tablets fucked around with this message at Aug 6, 2010 around 17:53

NecronSchmecron
Apr 28, 2009

Ah, phooey!


I tried Uhh Yeah Dude earlier this week and couldn't get into it. I'm going to try again today because the praise for it is ridiculous ITT.

I'm curious of all the podcasts recommended here what is one that everyone just couldn't enjoy or eventually ?

I listened to Jordan, Jesse, Go for a few months but it had consistant stretches of boring "segments" in every episode that I just couldn't take it. It's weird because when either of them are on Never Not Funny or the one time I heard them both on Adam Carolla, I loved them! It's weird, I'm not gonna lie.

I also ditched Adam Carolla for similar reasons. That and his opinions can get grate my nerves.

Borrego
May 17, 2010

I need pictures!
Pictures of Greaser-Man!

One of my weekly favorites is Tell 'em Steve-Dave. Now I know a lot of people don't care for the Kevin Smith brand of comedy but you at least have to try this one. The 3 hosts Brian Johnson, Walter Flanagan, and Brian Quinn are amazing and have far better chemistry than Kevin and Scott. Each episode mainly consists of them straight up bull making GBS threads about any random topic,news piece, or hilarious story from their past. I enjoy this podcast leaps and bounds over its parent podcast Smodcast. Where Kevin usually dominates the mic, and almost each scenario he and Scott come up with just end up with a dick sucking punchline. TESD is an excellent listen and I highly recommend it over Smodcast.

Notable episodes are:
Episodes 12 & 13 where the hosts go and interview various long term sellers at the Collingswood flea market. They play a portion of the interviews and then commentate/riff on what was spoken. Highly entertaining and the 2 episodes together clock in at nearly 6 hours, so if you have a long commute like I do, episodes like these are a Godsend.

http://www.smodcast.com/stevedave/

Piquai Souban
Mar 21, 2007

Manque du respect: toujours.
Triple bas cinq: toujours.

HelterSkeletor posted:

Everyone should check out the Marc Maron's WTF Podcast - The Carlos Mencia Episodes. It's as close as Mencia has come to admitting he's a joke thief. The first shocking thing we learn is that he literally bought a joke book on the way to his first gig. It's an intelligent, slow, interesting reveal that shakes Carlos up pretty badly. Makes for great listening.

Echoing this. I'm a standup nerd, had never heard of these before, and I'm just about to finish the second Mencia episode - amazing listen. Someone recommended following these up with the Joe Rogan podcast featuring Dane Cook, and I'm about to do that.

Tears In A Vial
Jan 13, 2008


Borrego posted:



Notable episodes are:
Episodes 12 & 13 where the hosts go and interview various long term sellers at the Collingswood flea market. They play a portion of the interviews and then commentate/riff on what was spoken. Highly entertaining and the 2 episodes together clock in at nearly 6 hours, so if you have a long commute like I do, episodes like these are a Godsend.

http://www.smodcast.com/stevedave/

As I said earlier in the thread, the funniest part about Smodcast was Walt. The episodes where he talks about the flea market were classics. I'll definitely check out the ones where he interviews the sellers.

nah
Mar 16, 2009



habanero walrus posted:

Uhh Yeah Dude is the best podcast on the internet. No guests, no boring bullshit about working in comedy, hardly any "segments", just an hour of two hilarious dudes having a seamless conversation about the crazy poo poo Seth has found on the internet interspersed with stories from their pasts.

No guests and no stories about working in comedy? Both good reasons for me to skip this show.

take three tablets
Nov 21, 2005



Hell Gem

To me both of those things are just signs of lazy podcasting. Comedians talking about the only thing they know, and dragging on their friends so they don't have to come up with anything to talk about. I think I would be less jaded about guests if they weren't the same people near constantly. Chris Hardwick seems to do a great job getting guests no one else does on Nerdist, but on the other hand, he's probably the worst offender when it comes to rambling on about standup.

Scylla
Sep 20, 2001



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.


At this point I'd say Tell 'em Steve-Dave is much better than Smodcast. Episodes 12-13 (Makin' Hay I-II) are absolutely hilarious.

Edit: Beaten by Borrego! But yeah, check them out. It blows Smodcast out of the water.

WoG
Jul 13, 2004


Scylla posted:

At this point I'd say Tell 'em Steve-Dave is much better than Smodcast. Episodes 12-13 (Makin' Hay I-II) are absolutely hilarious.
Hmm, I might actually check this out. It didn't take long to get loving tired of Kevin on smodcast, but Bryan Johnson was easily the best guest. On the other hand, given that they both run comic book stores, they might only talk about poo poo I don't care about...

Scylla
Sep 20, 2001



WoG posted:

Hmm, I might actually check this out. It didn't take long to get loving tired of Kevin on smodcast, but Bryan Johnson was easily the best guest. On the other hand, given that they both run comic book stores, they might only talk about poo poo I don't care about...

Nah, I love it and I don't give a poo poo about comics either. Won't be a problem, trust me.

Edit: Just skip to 3:45 if you don't want to hear Smith yap about that street hockey tournament.

Borrego
May 17, 2010

I need pictures!
Pictures of Greaser-Man!

WoG posted:

Hmm, I might actually check this out. It didn't take long to get loving tired of Kevin on smodcast, but Bryan Johnson was easily the best guest. On the other hand, given that they both run comic book stores, they might only talk about poo poo I don't care about...

They almost never talk about comics. But they do tell stories about about odd customers, and weird things that happen at the store. There's almost nothing in tesd that the average person would be lost by.

benito
Sep 28, 2004

And I don't blab
any drab gab--
I chatter hep patter

This thread is great--I'd gotten bored with some of the podcasts I was listening to, so these suggestions come at the perfect time. I'm burning through a bunch of the Doug Loves Movies shows and it's weirdly compelling.

I've been listening to the various Kevin Smith-related podcasts since the beginning. Smodcast has gotten weird, with fewer interesting stories and more whining about his weight and giggling over Fleshlights. Tell 'Em Steve Dave is more entertaining for me, because it's a new set of stories and the guys good-naturedly fight with each other and give each other crap. Kevin comes across as so pitiful nowadays that it would seem cruel if his friends were ragging on him, so that back and forth is mostly gone. That one episode where his wife was consoling him after getting kicked off the Southwest flight was just really uncomfortable and sad.

Here's one out of left field... The Vinyl Cafe with Stuart McLean. Just recently available on iTunes as a podcast. I've often described it to people as a Canadian version of A Prairie Home Companion, except McLean isn't as preachy and bitter as Keillor has become. The format is similar, with music, reading letters from listeners, and a portion where McLean tells a story, usually based around a fictional family headed by Morley and Dave, who used to be a roadie for bands in the 70s and 80s and now runs a tiny record shop.

This is more folksy and family-friendly than most of the podcasts listed here, and there's some Canada-specific humor, but if you're curious I'd suggest checking out one of the funniest stories McLean ever told: Dave Cooks the Turkey (about 30 minutes long, but it's worth it)

OhNoHiccups
Jun 15, 2007

Dammit, Otto, you're an alcoholic!

What are these pies posted:

My Brother, My Brother, and Me! It's an advice show "for the modern era" by brothers Justin, Travis, and Griffin McElroy. Justin also does the Joystiq podcast too I think? Anyway, its just them giving random advice to people from emails, formspring, twitter, or may very favorite: Yahoo answers. You can find it at iTunes or at https://www.mbmbam.com

Jeffrey, I am so glad you mentioned this podcast, Jeffrey. I've been listening to this one from the get and it is absolutely the greatest thing I've ever heard. So count this as resounding encouragement to listen to this one, goons!

And yes, Justin also does the Joystiq podcast, which is hilarious, but is technically a video game podcast (http://www.joystiq.com) and doesn't quite apply to this thread.

Sock The Great
Oct 1, 2006

It's Lonely At The Top. But It's Comforting To Look Down Upon Everyone At The Bottom

Grimey Drawer

bananasinpajamas posted:

No guests and no stories about working in comedy? Both good reasons for me to skip this show.

Just pick any episode except numbers one or two and I swear you won't be disappointed.

Saganaut
Jul 4, 2009


Sock The Great posted:

Just pick any episode except numbers one or two and I swear you won't be disappointed.
This. I also concur with giving it a shot in the 70s-100s or so. Pretty early on they hit their stride, and it only gets better the more you get to know them and their style. Just give them a few episodes and you'll be a fan of the best comedy podcast ever. Don't take my word for it, even Ricky Gervais is a listener...

Phone
Jul 30, 2005

ああ!かれからのメールだ!


College Slice

habanero walrus posted:

To me both of those things are just signs of lazy podcasting. Comedians talking about the only thing they know, and dragging on their friends so they don't have to come up with anything to talk about. I think I would be less jaded about guests if they weren't the same people near constantly. Chris Hardwick seems to do a great job getting guests no one else does on Nerdist, but on the other hand, he's probably the worst offender when it comes to rambling on about standup.

I like the Nerdist, but it does have a couple of faults. Chris does like to talk about doing stand-up a lot, but usually he's aware of poo poo he's already said on the podcast before so it isn't the same loving story a la Adam Carolla. The worst offense though is how much of a god drat cheerleader Chris is; it gets really annoying at times how much cock he's gobbling.

cbirdsong
Sep 8, 2004

Commodore of the Apocalypso

Lipstick Apathy

If anyone is looking for a good episode of Jordan Jesse Go! to start with, the recent Martin Starr episode was excellent.

COMPUTER SECRETS
Oct 6, 2003

Pig Sooie

bananasinpajamas posted:


Comedy and Everything Else - http://www.comedyandeverythingelse.libsyn.com/


Jimmy Dore also does a weekly political show on KPFK that is getting funnier every week. http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/...-fm/id329287564

These podcasts are what get me through work. A couple friends and I have started doing a movie quiz show podcast and its been a lot of fun even though it sucks.

What are these pies
Jul 22, 2008


OhNoHiccups posted:

Jeffrey, I am so glad you mentioned this podcast, Jeffrey.

Jeffrey, I'm so glad you're backing me up, Jeffrey. I have a California King Jeffreyyyyyyy.

Uh yeah it's the only podcast that consistently cracks me the gently caress up. Joystiq may be a gamer podcast, but it's really hilarious too. And that comes from a gal who doesn't really game at all. Both are definitely worth looking in to.

E: I just downloaded some UYD to listen to on my roadtrip/vacation extravaganza. I hope you goons aren't letting me down, or else I might get beaten by my boyfriend.

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RightClickSaveAs
Mar 1, 2001

Tiny animals under glass... Smaller than sand...


KING OF BLOGOSPHERE posted:

How many of the comedy death rays have people doing characters? I listened to 63 and 62 after hearing how many people rave about it, and they were both awesome for the first 30 minutes and then some lame jerk came in doing a dumb character and completely ruined the rest of the show.
Your results may vary, but I just about hurt myself laughing at the Bjork character in #15 (it starts about 37 minutes in), I have no idea who did it but it was one of the funniest things I've heard in a long time (it helps if you've heard the really weird Billy Bob Thornton interview with that Canadian radio guy a while back).

I just started listening to the CDR podcasts after finally catching up on Marc Maron's (I started that one from the beginning too), and it's my new favorite. Scott Aukerman plays a great straight man for the character bits.

RightClickSaveAs fucked around with this message at Aug 7, 2010 around 19:39

redz
Sep 18, 2003

What's a not gay way to ask him to go camping with me?

Borrego posted:

One of my weekly favorites is Tell 'em Steve-Dave. Now I know a lot of people don't care for the Kevin Smith brand of comedy but you at least have to try this one. The 3 hosts Brian Johnson, Walter Flanagan, and Brian Quinn are amazing and have far better chemistry than Kevin and Scott. Each episode mainly consists of them straight up bull making GBS threads about any random topic,news piece, or hilarious story from their past. I enjoy this podcast leaps and bounds over its parent podcast Smodcast. Where Kevin usually dominates the mic, and almost each scenario he and Scott come up with just end up with a dick sucking punchline. TESD is an excellent listen and I highly recommend it over Smodcast.

Notable episodes are:
Episodes 12 & 13 where the hosts go and interview various long term sellers at the Collingswood flea market. They play a portion of the interviews and then commentate/riff on what was spoken. Highly entertaining and the 2 episodes together clock in at nearly 6 hours, so if you have a long commute like I do, episodes like these are a Godsend.

http://www.smodcast.com/stevedave/

Used to be a huge fan of SModCast but the lack of Mosier talking has gotten old, TESD is absolutely my favorite now. I met Walt and Bryan in Houston when they did their live show, cool as hell.

Conrad_Birdie
Jul 10, 2009


Oy, should I give Uhh Yeah Dude another shot? I only hear amazing things about it, but whenever I listen to it once in a while I am just left cold, maybe I chuckled a couple times. But these episodes were recent, in the 100's? You guys say start in the 70's? That's when they were ON FIRE?

Also, I really can't get over how consistently funny MBMBAM is. The guys have fantastic chemistry, are all hilarious, and know how to just layer a joke more and more, and just keep it going. I ALWAYS, ALWAYS laugh until I cry listening to it.

RE: Marc Maron's interview with Patrice O'Neal - Yeah, it was totally awkward and uncomfortable, but I think those are Marc's best. Messed up, flawed people are always interesting - And Marc (being a messed up, flawed person himself) plays fantastically off them. I didn't agree with Patrice (obviously), but I was utterly fascinated with his world view.

Edit: Guys, I wanna know who your favorite CDR character is?! I think I'd have to give it to Lil' Gary - Those episodes stand up incredibly well, and no matter how many times I hear them, Lil' Gary cracks me up.

"So you turned the dial of the radio in some guys' van."
"Yup"
"Was it someone famous's van?"
"Naw"
"Alright"
"...Andy Dick."
"It was Andy Dick's van? You're right, I don't think that counts as famous."
"I got Andy Dick's Van experience."

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Patch Radical
Sep 14, 2003

You want a blow job while I talk to you?



I wasn't offering personally.


Conrad_Birdie posted:

Edit: Guys, I wanna know who your favorite CDR character is?! I think I'd have to give it to Lil' Gary - Those episodes stand up incredibly well, and no matter how many times I hear them, Lil' Gary cracks me up.

I would pay untold sums of money to hear a conversation between Tom Lennon's "Lil' Gary," and Paul F. Tompkins' "Killroy." Untold sums.

Alastor_the_Stylish
Jul 25, 2006

WILL AMOUNT TO NOTHING IN LIFE.



Mister J posted:

I would pay untold sums of money to hear a conversation between Tom Lennon's "Lil' Gary," and Paul F. Tompkins' "Killroy." Untold sums.

Ice-T is the best CDR character.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xe...comedy-deat_fun

COMPUTER SECRETS
Oct 6, 2003

Pig Sooie

Conrad_Birdie posted:


Edit: Guys, I wanna know who your favorite CDR character is?! I think I'd have to give it to Lil' Gary - Those episodes stand up incredibly well, and no matter how many times I hear them, Lil' Gary cracks me up.

"So you turned the dial of the radio in some guys' van."
"Yup"
"Was it someone famous's van?"
"Naw"
"Alright"
"...Andy Dick."
"It was Andy Dick's van? You're right, I don't think that counts as famous."
"I got Andy Dick's Van experience."

Lil' Gary is the best, followed by Ice T. I cannot get enough of his failed business ventures. I hate that food critic they've had a couple of times though.

Patch Radical
Sep 14, 2003

You want a blow job while I talk to you?



I wasn't offering personally.


COMPUTER SECRETS posted:

Lil' Gary is the best, followed by Ice T. I cannot get enough of his failed business ventures. I hate that food critic they've had a couple of times though.

I'm gonna have to go Bob Ducca for second-best CDR character http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5F1Ax51UdZE

"Scabies . . . Rabies . . . Mickey-Rooney-Sugar-Babies."

Patch Radical fucked around with this message at Aug 8, 2010 around 05:44

nah
Mar 16, 2009



RightClickSaveAs posted:

Your results may vary, but I just about hurt myself laughing at the Bjork character in #15 (it starts about 37 minutes in), I have no idea who did it but it was one of the funniest things I've heard in a long time (it helps if you've heard the really weird Billy Bob Thornton interview with that Canadian radio guy a while back).

I just started listening to the CDR podcasts after finally catching up on Marc Maron's (I started that one from the beginning too), and it's my new favorite. Scott Aukerman plays a great straight man for the character bits.

Bjork was played by Matt Besser, one of the founders up the Upright Citizen's Brigade.

The Bunk
Sep 15, 2007

Oh, I just don't know
where to begin.


Fun Shoe

COMPUTER SECRETS posted:

Lil' Gary is the best, followed by Ice T. I cannot get enough of his failed business ventures. I hate that food critic they've had a couple of times though.

The episode I listened to had the food critic. Maybe I should give CDR another chance. I need a longer commute so I can keep up with all these shows.

KING OF BLOGOSPHERE
Aug 26, 2008



Daves of Thunder is not very good but no one's mentioned it yet so I thought I would. They do nothing but shut each other down constantly which they seem to think is cute and endearing but actually makes for a grating listening experience.

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Little Mac
Jan 3, 2006

Super Mario Bros 3

Stuff Weekly and This Week In The Apocalypse - Two podcasts kinda done by the same people. Stuff weekly is three people talking about weird, ridiculous news stories, though they often just devolve into hilarious chatter. TWITA is a show where, like, seven people discuss how humanity would fare against a certain type of apocalypse scenario. The first two episodes are okay, but it really gets funny around episode 3, "Robots."

These are both fairly new, but they're the only podcasts I listen to and I enjoy 'em!

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