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Throwing Shade: "Gravity" and Player Hatin' Degrees

Throwing Shade: "Gravity" and Player... 14:11 Bryan and Erin manage to sit still long enough to school you on "Gravity", the ex-gay movement, and knowing when to market to women when they hate themselves the most. Listen to the fullShow More Summary

The Paul Mecurio Show with Paul McCartney

Each week Emmy Winning Comedian, Paul Mecurio, talks with major celebrities and newsmakers on his podcast, “The Paul Mecurio Show,” revealing something unique about that person, while giving us insight into Paul’s life and view of the world – a world he believes is out to get him and how he thinks he can change [...]

Dan Persons: Mighty Movie's Temple of Bad: Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky

That's the big take-away from Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky, an ultra-violent Hong Kong martial arts film that doesn't so much tell a story as throw buckets of gore around and hope that viewers will, Rorschach-like, synthesize meaning from the incoherent mess.

Steven Brykman: I'm With Mitt: Vetting Troubles for the Anti-Semitic Jew

For the hilarious inside story on one of the most insane, error-prone presidential campaigns in recent history, keep reading 'I'm with Mitt: Adventures in Amercia!'

Dan Persons: Cinefantastique Spotlight Podcast: A Haunted House

The second week of 2013 sees yet another film that doesn't aspire to the bottom-of-the-barrel stature usually typified by early-in-the-year releases. A Haunted House sets out to deflate found-footage horror, and more often than not hits its targets quite capably.

Sympathy For The Undecided Voter (LISTEN)

NPR satirists Bruce Kluger and David Slavin did a hilarious parody on the plight of the undecided voter for the 2004 presidential election, and it...

LISTEN: The Best Non-Apology Apology Ever

Once upon a time, an inappropriate comment was a thing that invited scornful looks from the various relatives, sorority sisters, or church parishioners who were...

Ross Luippold: Podcast Roundup: Pee-Throwing Homeless Man Edition

What podcasts did you listen to this week? Since I asked you that the first time, dear readers, I've heard back loud and clear that there are quite literally dozens of great shows out there that I need to get to know. But first, I want to highlight a few shows that portray where comedy podcasts are, where they came from, and where they may be going.

Katie Goodman: "It Gets Better," and Other Things: An Interview

Dan Savage, author of the internationally syndicated sex advice column, "Savage Love," and creator with his husband Terry Miller of the "It Gets Better Campaign,"...

Ben Harvey: LISTEN: Comedy Legend Richard Lewis Tells 'The Six Pack' About His Early Days As A Comic

The Six Pack is a new-school, cutting-edge radio show hosted by DJ Ben Harvey and comedian Dave Rubin. Distributed online and on SiriusXM, the show gives you a weekly dose of hot topics, celebrity guests, and brand new music, all packaged in six convenient parts. Show More Summary

Rob Tannenbaum: A Song for Passover: "They Tried To Kill Us, We Survived, Let's Eat"

Not long ago, I became dissatisfied with the lack of great Passover songs, and I decided to write one. The accuracy of this song is compromised by my shocking ignorance of actual history. But it is an accurate reflection of the Jewish education I experienced.

Jeff Witzeman: New Tea Party Anthem?

Even as members of the tea party have resolved to stop hiring, me and the fellas in the band (Jeff Witzeman & The Jealous Housewives) are hoping that members at the top still want to hire a group of first rate musicians to pen a new tea party anthem.


If you ever see Andrés du Bouchet perform live, you’re in for a treat. With Andrés comes a host of hilarious, captivating characters, making for a night of comedy that’s truly unique. There’s Danny Yeahyeah, a warm-up comic whose idea of crowd work is unlike anything you’ve ever heard; or Karl Management, who’s as passionate [...]

Beck Rages At Jon Stewart: 'Moron,' 'Dope'

Glenn Beck unleashed a torrent of invective at Jon Stewart on his Friday radio show, calling the comedian a "dope" and a "moron" for comparing...

Bachmann 'Surprised' By Jay Leno

During a radio interview on Monday, Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann said she was "surprised" by questions presented to her during a recent appearance on...


To celebrate the release of his debut album, “Tiny Wiener“, we’ve asked Johnny Beehner to make a list of his Top 5 favorite comedy records of all time. Read his comments below and make sure to pick up “Tiny Wiener” on iTunes. 5. Jim Gaffigan. King Baby. Jim Gaffigan always impresses me because he has [...]

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