The Brink of Sanity
About This Show
The Brink of Sanity show started waaaaaayyyyy back in 2008 with Jay and Bri as the show’s co-hosts and Jay’s dad as the sole listener. The audio was poor as was the content. It was dark times for the podcast.
Then in 2009 something magical happened. The Brink of Sanity got its first non family member listener. This was mainly due to the fact that Jay finally figured out how to put the show up online. Fueled by doubling its listenership, Jay bought some real audio equipment and brought in a bunch of new co-hosts into the mix.
In 2010 the show finally kinda sorta started resembling a real podcast. Jay, along with regulars Bri, Marc, Leon and Peter, as well as many other guest hosts, brought their unique brand of incoherent babble to tens of people every week.
Fast forward to 2015 and the show is still going....I wouldn't say strong, but it's still sputtering along. Personal stories, rants, half-truths, current events, pop culture, game shows episodes, and messing with Internet scammers are some of the things you can expect to hear from Jay, Marc, Bri and company every week.
Check out The Brink Of Sanity Online: www.brinkofsanityshow.com.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 281: Not a Legit Person
3 days ago
Marc, Jay, and Bri talk about Jay's mental breakdown, 5 hour energy, college is a scam, swimming, reading of an insane twitter conversation, the state of the union, and more
Rated 5 out of
Don't let its lack of popularity fool you
This show is absolutely fantastic.
Imagine your brain.
Now, imagine your brain after an hour and thirty minutes of PURE AWESOME.
That's the Brink of Sanity podcast in a nutshell. It's by far the most chill podcast there is. It's a comedy podcast, but nothing comes off as contrived. The backlog of episodes is huge, and they're all worth listening to. The topics discussed are extremely varied, and the host has a huge variety of friends on to cohost; things on the Brink of Sanity show never get stale. I put this podcast on in the background while I do other stuff, and it's at the point where I'm running out of data on my phone due to streaming it so much. I'm absolutely flabbergasted that this podcast isn't more popular, and its lack of reviews and listeners should not discourage you. If they had a bigger budget, a better website, and more time and energy to devote to spreading the word – this podcast would most likely have a very solid fanbase.
Date published: 2015-05-20
Rated 5 out of
Fun show. Different topics every week. Always entertaining.
Date published: 2015-05-01
Rated 5 out of
It Made Me Want To Mail Tacos
The Brink of Sanity is the closest I've ever come to an honest relationship in my life. No matter how much I take it still just gives and gives and gives.
Did I mention it made me want to mail tacos?
Date published: 2016-12-13