It was probably only a matter of time before a few of the characters that have taken advantage of the open-door policy at Comedy Bang! Bang! started taking advantage of the open-door policy of the Internet in general.
Love is tangentially in the air at The Bugle as John Oliver and Andy Zaltzman take aim at Valentine’s Day in all of its obligatorily observed glory.
With its bare-bones production value and apparent lack of preparation, you could say that Existential Parachute Pants is the grunge alternative to glossier ’90s podcasts.
Touted as “the only show hosted by a 24-year-old virgin and a real-life hermit,” The Sarcast is nothing if not exactly what it claims to be.
When it comes to making personal recommendations, Netflix can have the worst taste.
On the surface, Dustin Calls His Ex-Girlfriends sounds intriguing — albeit derivative of High Fidelity — but a show with the potential to be more genuine and intimately revelatory than the vast majority of DIY podcasts.
OUTLIER: The Davey Mac Sports Program Within the occasionally dry world of sports talk podcasts, there’s a glaring dearth of vulgar song parodies.
The Audible is a lot like Alex Smith. While it’s certainly not the flashiest fantasy-football podcast out there, it is among the most functional.
At this point in the CBB mythology, it’s impossible to describe an appearance by Andy Samberg without using some variant of the word “bro.”
It should be noted that this review was assigned and mostly written before Jen Kirkman invoked a Twitter campaign to have I Seem Fun reviewed here.