Matt is a writer, editor, and audiophile. Julie is a filmmaker, artist, and entrepreneur. With their powers combined, they are Citation Needed, the comedy podcast laced with sexual innuendo, toilet humor, pop culture references, and spite. Disclaimer: This podcast contains language and themes inappropriate for minors, Episcopalians, and those who don't find humor in the word 'cockatrice.'
By Citation Needed
This is a fun podcast that is based on Mike Matthews' earlier radio show that lasted for 12 years called "The Santa Fe Cafe." Here Mike explores a theater-of-the-mind approach and delves into comedy, music, and popular topics of the day. Fun, crazy, zany, all of that applies to MIKE'S PODCAST PICNIC from THE LAST PLACE ON EARTH!
Comical Radio is an American talk radio comedy show that broadcasts from New York City. The show airs weekly on WBMB 87.9 FM in Manhattan and is also streamed live online by WBMB, Cringe Humor Radio, and other Internet comedy outlets. Comedian Danny Lobell, fellow comics Chris Iacono and Myka Fox, and sideman David Kasten host the show. Comical Radio features comedy segments as well as interviews with established and up-and-coming comedians, entertainers, authors, and musicians. Each episode of Comical is archived, with segments made available for free on their website and as a podcast on iTunes. The show first broadcasted in 2004 under the title Dan & Bob INDA Mornin, hosted by Danny Lobell and Aryeh "Bob" Teplow-Phipps. Aryeh left the show shortly thereafter, and it became The Danny Lobell Show. The program went through several different co-hosts. Lobell's old friend David Kasten did a weekly call-in segment known as "The Kasten Minute" early in the show's run. On November 4, 2005, Kasten joined the show as an official co-host. Katy Olsen joined the show in March of 2006 as a co-host after a strong guest appearance. Later that year, on June 29, 2006, comedian Chris Iacono joined the show as the fourth co-host. In 2008, comedian Myka Fox replaced Katy Olsen as co-host. Press and Awards The show was referenced in The New York Times on December 28, 2008. The topic of the article was the late comedian George Carlin, who appeared on the radio show several times, including shortly before his death. Comical was awarded Stage Time Magazine's "Best Comedy Radio" of 2007. Starz TV's "Stand Up or Shut Up!" featured Comical Radio in mid-2006. “Rise of the Radio Show” In May 2008, the cast of Comical Radio began writing and starring in the web series"Rise of the Radio Show." "Rise" depicts fictional behind-the-scenes events that take place in and around the Comical Radio studios. The first season featured Brian Haley as a regular cast-member, as well as guest appearances from comedians Patrice O\\\\\\\'Neal, Colin Quinn, JB Smoove, and Dave Attell, among others.
By Danny Lobell Chris Iacono
A weekly podcast giving (somewhat) insightful and (usually) tongue in cheek commentary and opinions on the week in professional wrestling. All WWE and TNA shows covered as well as an overview of the week's most masterful tweets from pro-wrestling personalities.
By 3 Count Radio
Lou goes to places you never even wanted to know existed on the internet and returns with a podcast you can't stop listening to. All the posts he reads are real even if you don't want to believe it! Sometimes disturbing, sometimes enlightening but always fun to listen to. Some examples of places Lou has gone are a forum for heroin addicts where junkies share their tips on how to negotiate the world of heroin for new junkies, a different forum where people share their most awkward sexual encounters and yet another forum where teenagers who believe they are vampires tell of the time they discovered their true-selves. The internet changes everyday and Lou is there looking for the craziest and most interesting stuff to read about. Check it out today!
By King Lou Fernandez