Comedy Podcasts

The Movie Hour show

The Movie HourJoin Now to Follow

Join Greg, James, and Jeff in a heated discussion about movies. Each Wednesday they spend an hour pointing out exactly how bias they can be. No film, actor, or saga is safe from their sarcasm. Files are about 20MB each in mp3 form.

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Hot Coffee Show show

Hot Coffee ShowJoin Now to Follow

Hot Coffee is an unscripted comedy podcast based on improv theatre featuring original pop music production. The players make up the scenes and songs as they go; every drop of creative inspiration on the show manifests itself on the fly. Hot Coffee features Chris Black, Geordie Broadwater, Nate Dern, Pippi Kessler, Matthew O'Malley, and AJ Wolosenko in Brooklyn, NY. Produced by Matthew O'Malley and Robbie Mitchell of SoPo Productions.

What The Hell Podcast show

What The Hell PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Weird News with Commentary and effects...

real talk show

real talkJoin Now to Follow

an insane conversation recorded by people with severe emotional problems.

Dr. Blogstein's Radio Happy Hour show

Dr. Blogstein's Radio Happy HourJoin Now to Follow

Quick witted, high concept and laugh inducing conversation. Plus interviews with some of the biggest (and wackiest) names in movies, music, TV, sports, books, politics and the net.

Untitled with Mikey & Jon X show

Untitled with Mikey & Jon XJoin Now to Follow

The official podcast site for "the most opinionated radio show on Internet radio". "Untitled" now has a new home on 93.5 WVIP-FM in New Rochelle. You can tune in LIVE every Thursday night from 1-2am. Also check out Mikey and Jon X on MySpace at http://www.myspace.com/untitledmikeyandjonx.

GARKnation show

GARKnationJoin Now to Follow

Funny mad podcast by some teens in the UK.

The Vast Wasteland show

The Vast WastelandJoin Now to Follow

The Vast Wasteland is a podcast show about "nothing" which means it is unencumbered by any specific genre. You will hear material about just about anything. The Vast Wasteland is also known as TVL. I know, where's the "W" for "Waste".......no reason! We just thought it looked better and it's easier to say than TVWL which sounds like a TV station call-sign. Yuck! Listener comment line: 702-446-4192 to send comments, messages, faxes to the show. We spotlight indie acts.