100 episodes

Absurd Hypotheticals is a comedy podcast where co-hosts Chris Yee, Marcus Lehner, and Ben Storms answer ridiculous questions in funny ways. What if you had the ability to perfectly train whales? What if all paper disappeared? Tune in to find out. New episode every Monday.

Absurd Hypotheticals Chris Yee, Marcus Lehner, Ben Storms

    • Comedy
    • 5.0 • 15 Ratings

Absurd Hypotheticals is a comedy podcast where co-hosts Chris Yee, Marcus Lehner, and Ben Storms answer ridiculous questions in funny ways. What if you had the ability to perfectly train whales? What if all paper disappeared? Tune in to find out. New episode every Monday.

    Episode 117: What if no one felt fear?

    Episode 117: What if no one felt fear?

    Today we're fearless. Is that good or bad? Listen to find out!

    • 47 min
    Episode 116: What if everyone lived underground?

    Episode 116: What if everyone lived underground?

    Today we dig deep into the ground. Can we survive? Listen to find out!

    • 58 min
    Episode 115: What if everything was a mirror?

    Episode 115: What if everything was a mirror?

    Today we look at ourselves in the mirror. Because EVERYTHING is a mirror. What the heck does everything look like? Listen to find out!

    • 49 min
    Episode 114: Full-Sized Vinegar Baking Soda Volcano? - Science Fair Grab Bag

    Episode 114: Full-Sized Vinegar Baking Soda Volcano? - Science Fair Grab Bag

    Today we have a science fair. Is a full-sized vinegar baking soda volcano dangerous? Is it possible to power to world on potato batteries? Listen to find out!

    • 54 min
    What is a floor? (Patreon Preview)

    What is a floor? (Patreon Preview)

    Take a candid look at our process in making the podcast.

    • 2 min
    Episode 113: What if everyone lived in a shell?

    Episode 113: What if everyone lived in a shell?

    Today we stay in like hermit crabs. What would life in a seashell be like? Listen to find out!

    • 47 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

silverpirate ,

Absurd Hypos

Ok, when I read the title I saw a portent of the beginning of the end of all podcasts, but I found the hypothetical world to be far more thought provoking (and entertaining) than I previously imagined. This was a lot more fun than most of the podcasts I have listened to - easy choice to subscribe for a while to see if they can stay this creative.

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