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About This Show
A scripted comedy podcast hosted by Keith Carey and Connor McSpadden.
Most Recent Episode
EP 49 - Lava Lamp Cheeks (feat. Devan Costa)
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This week’s segments include “Mexican Joke Off”, “The Serial Killer Awards”, “Is This Domain Name Taken”, “The Cummy” and a game of “Which of the Following” with Christian children’s propoganda.
Watch the new Burn Booth: youtu.be/J4RS0ErEc1k
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Theme: I’ve Seen Footage by Death Grips (itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-mon…tore/id515449028)
Buy Keith’s album (itunes.apple.com/us/album/forever-nap/id1105182043)
We are proudly sponsored by Don Carlo's Taco Shop in La Jolla California (eataburrito.com)
Rated 5 out of
Hilariously offensive comedy gold
The Mean Boys is a relatively new scripted comedy podcast, hosted by comedians Connor McSpadden, Joe Dosch and Keith Carey. Each episode is guided by a number of segments, including "Mexican Joke Off", "Which of the following...", and dotted with "Messages from our sponsor".
The hosts create a lively show filled with gloriously vicious one-liners and derisive personal jibes. It is unapologetic in its irreverent and outlandish approach, while the occasional faltering segment invariably gives way to an onslaught of self-deprecation.
The show is fresh, highly offensive and brilliantly funny. The chemistry and banter between the hosts sets the Mean Boys apart from so many other 'make me laugh' podcasts.
Date published: 2016-03-02