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I pick a random R&F month and go through it. A lot of times I forget the show is gone and Fez is dead. It's still real to me damn it.I'm around 2013 of a multi year listen through of old R/F. It holds up pretty well. There's an occasional fez gay agenda bit or ron interview I skip but overall pretty solid. it's best when it's just ron shooting the shit with someone funny or fez being insane
I, too, loved both episodes of that podcast.Was thinking of making a Podcast Hate thread. I loved the classic Robert Kelly and Sometimes Colin Quinn.
Cumtown sucks shit, Rogan isn't that bad due to the interesting guests, and Skanks is dragged down by Dave whats his name. The only podcast that I truly enjoyed was the Ricky Gervais Podcast.
I think we're losing the art of radio, people are worrying about sets, lighting, how they look... audio-only gives a greater level of freedom, especially if you want to do characters or deep soundscapes.I don't like podcast with video. It forces you to watch it or miss most of the content.
What's it about, character?World Record Podcast is genius and not only is it the only good podcast, it's the only good video/audio show of any kind going.
This is the best answer. Shame sxm’s flagship program is Jim and Sam thoughPodcasting will never compare to shock jock talk radio. Even with all the lame sex bits and bad parody songs, at least radio had some effort put in there. Podcasting is essentially boring faggots whispering to each other, in conversation that never truly begins or ends. And they pre-record ads in the most awkward places.
ME: all in with the Opie Radio livestreams.
I thought that no one listen to Dr Steve's podcast. It seems that it is somewhat popular.Weird Medicine is still good. The Adam Friedland Show is on the rise.
I pick a random R&F month and go through it. A lot of times I forget the show is gone and Fez is dead. It's still real to me damn it.
The Bone Zone with Brendon Walsh was a funny podcast. His co-host lost his mind after trying pot for the first time. It seems that a lot of borderline straight-edge comedians go full retarded if they start doing drugs in their 30s or 40s. Rogan, Doug Benson etcWorld Record Podcast is genius and not only is it the only good podcast, it's the only good video/audio show of any kind going.
The real reason to watch is karl pilkington. the rest can "sod off" as the limeys sayRicky is a fucking faggot and he’s not funny.
I guess I’m in the minority but I think Nick Mullen is really funny and I loved Cumtown. Gay actor Michael Douglas and the N word compilations are so funny to me.
Dr Steve delivers a good show. He's not trying to be over the top wacky or crowd the room with a dozen guests he can then preside over. He's in it for the love of the game.I thought that no one listen to Dr Steve's podcast. It seems that it is somewhat popular.
>Tim DillonI think the last legitimately good podcast I heard was LOS only because I think the guys on it are funny, but I could never bear to sit down and listen to that shit.
Rogan, cKy, Tim Dillon, Tigerbelly, Bert Kreischer. Maybe i’m just not that fawkin deep with the podcast thing, but they seriously all suck a dick.
Sirius and XM both failed by wasting money on celebrities. They should have done what YouTube did and cherry picked the best talent from the internet, groom them to be the millennial and zoomer versions of Howard and O&A.
They had in their grasp Rogan, Burr, Louis, and too many more to think of -- before anybody cared about them. SXM also broke up all their legendary talk show duos.
When Howard retires the plan was always to keep Howard 100 and 101 on vault content. That is obviously not happening now that almost his entire archive is unplayable. When he retires that company is dead.