Succotash, The Comedy Soundcast Soundcast
About This Show
Succotash, The Comedy Soundcast Soundcast - playing snippets from some of the best (and worst) comedy podcasts across the interwebs! Also interviews with assorted and interesting show biz folk.
Most Recent Episode
Succotash Clips Epi145: Season's Clippin's
Dec 27 16
Yes, indeed, I remain Marc Hershon, your humble host and all-beef luncheon meat for Epi145, the post-Christmas, mid-Hanukah, pre-New Year's installment of Succotash, the Comedy Soundcast Soundcast. I hope your holidays are being grand and we appreciate you taking us along during through this winter wonderland. Unless you’re in Australia, like our friends Dean Haglund from the Chillpak Hollywood Hour or Jabs from the DHead Factor, because its summer down under. Is there anything more festive than passing the Succotash for the holidays? I think not. This is an installment of Succotash Clips, where we feature snippets from comedy soundcasts from around the internet. The lion’s share of this epi’s clippage comes from our Associate Producer Tyson Saner. I snagged a couple of 'em, but no one sent any clips in this time. You’re always welcome to, BTW, and it’s so easy – just click on over to http://hightail.com/u/Succotash and you can directly upload your 3-5 minute MP3 or WAV soundcast clips to us. Coming up this show we’ll be featuring samples from the aforementioned Chillpak Hollywood Hour, Just In Time, Obsessed with Joseph Scrimshaw, Office Hours Live with Tim Heidecker, Pepper In The Salt Shaker, Talk It Out, and Tokyo Hotel. In addition we have a double dose of our Burst O’ Durst segment with our resident political comedian and social commentator Will Durst. And this episode, as are they all have been since we started, is Henderson’s Pants, which is bringing back their Auld Lang Slacks just in time for the New Year. CATCH ME/US LIVE IN
Rated 5 out of
The Comedy Podcast's Podcast
Marc Hershon does a great job talking in-depth about comedy podcasts, big and small, he is like "Entertainment Tonight" for comedy podcasts. His format allows for everything from a detailed review of shows and their cast, as well as to a cornucopia of clips and promos. If you like comedy podcasts and want to hear about old and new, and possibly expand your shows.
Date published: 2015-10-07