302 episodes

Step into the spotlight with Cody Patterson, Jay Bock, and the enigmatic AGT Commenter as they unleash their passion for the electrifying world of America's Got Talent! Dive deep into every sensational episode during the summer season, where they recap the latest jaw-dropping performances, invite special guests, and even chat with the incredible contestants themselves. But the fun doesn't stop when the lights dim; in the offseason, join them as they journey back through the show's most memorable seasons, reliving the magic and uncovering hidden gems. With the insightful AGT Commenter leading the charge, prepare for captivating discussions and thrilling insights as they shine a spotlight on their favorite acts like never before. Get ready to be dazzled, entertained, and inspired on the ultimate AGT adventure!

AGT Time Pod - America's Got Talent Fancast Cody Patterson, Jay Bock, AGT Commenter

    • TV & Film
    • 4.5 • 29 Ratings

Step into the spotlight with Cody Patterson, Jay Bock, and the enigmatic AGT Commenter as they unleash their passion for the electrifying world of America's Got Talent! Dive deep into every sensational episode during the summer season, where they recap the latest jaw-dropping performances, invite special guests, and even chat with the incredible contestants themselves. But the fun doesn't stop when the lights dim; in the offseason, join them as they journey back through the show's most memorable seasons, reliving the magic and uncovering hidden gems. With the insightful AGT Commenter leading the charge, prepare for captivating discussions and thrilling insights as they shine a spotlight on their favorite acts like never before. Get ready to be dazzled, entertained, and inspired on the ultimate AGT adventure!

    America's Got Talent | Season 19 | Auditions 3

    America's Got Talent | Season 19 | Auditions 3

    Cody and Jay are back to recap America's Got Talent Season 19 Auditions 3. We talk mental health, wearing bucket hats, and Bobby McFerrin. Oh, and there were some performances as well. Check it out!
    Summary In this episode of AGT Time, Cody and Jay discuss auditions three of America's Got Talent Season 19. They review the acts and share their thoughts on the judges' comments. The episode features extreme biker Andre Burton, one-legged dancer B-Boy Samuca, and sibling singing duo The Reclaws. The hosts also touch on topics such as mental health and the upcoming Olympic breakdancing event. In this part of the conversation, Cody and Jay discuss the performance of the acts on America's Got Talent. They start by talking about the singing duo The Rec Laws, with Cody expressing his opinion that the male singer is better than the female singer. They also discuss the band that accompanied them on stage and whether it was necessary. Next, they discuss the quick-change artist Solange Cardinales and her impressive act. They comment on the judges' feedback and Cody's ranking of the act. Finally, they talk about the sibling singing trio Biko's Mana and their performance of the song 'Don't Worry, Be Happy.' They discuss the group's name and their familiarity with the original song. In this part of the conversation, Jay and Cody discuss the performances of various acts on America's Got Talent. They talk about Bobby McFerrin and his unique musical style, as well as other one-hit wonders. They then review the performances of Biko's Mana, Legion, and other acts, providing their thoughts and rankings. They also discuss the judges' comments and reactions to the acts. In auditions three, Cody and Jay review the last set of acts, including Ashes and Arrows, Randy Beams, Jacob Hoffman, Dede Simon, and the drone performance. They discuss the performances, share their rankings, and speculate on the potential of the acts. Overall, they feel that AGT has yet to showcase any standout performances this season.
    Keywords AGT, America's Got Talent, auditions, extreme biking, one-legged dancer, sibling singing duo, mental health, Olympic breakdancing, America's Got Talent, performance, singing duo, band, quick change artist, judges' feedback, ranking, sibling singing trio, 'Don't Worry Be Happy', Bobby McFerrin, one-hit wonders, Biko's Mana, Legion, AGT performances, judges' comments, AGT, auditions, review, Ashes and Arrows, Randy Beams, Jacob Hoffman, Dede Simon, drones
    Takeaways The episode features a variety of acts, including extreme biking, one-legged dancing, and singing. The judges praise the performers for their skills and unique talents. The hosts discuss the importance of mental health and the need for open conversations. They also mention the upcoming Olympic breakdancing event and share their thoughts on subjective judging in sports. The male singer of The Rec Laws is considered better than the female singer The band accompanying The Rec Laws may not have been necessary Solange Cardinales' quick change act was impressive and unique The judges gave positive feedback to Solange Cardinales Biko's Mana performed the song 'Don't Worry, Be Happy' and received mixed reviews Cody is familiar with Bobby McFerrin and the original song Bobby McFerrin is a unique musician known for his improvisational style and ability to create music using only his voice. One-hit wonders like Biko's Mana and Legion showcased their talents on America's Got Talent, impressing the judges and audience. The judges' comments and reactions to the acts varied, with some acts receiving high praise and others facing criticism. AGT provides a platform for a diverse range of performers, from musicians to novelty acts, to showcase their talents. AGT auditions three lacked standout performances Ashes and Arrows impressed with their harmonies and original content The drone performance was visually stunning The judges' praise was relatively tame for most acts The hosts speculate on t

    • 1 hr 39 min
    America's Got Talent | Season 19 | Auditions 2

    America's Got Talent | Season 19 | Auditions 2

    The Bock brothers are back and recap America's Got Talent season 19 Auditions 2. Don't drone-on too much as we can't get enough of this Bock-lava.
    The first part of the conversation covers the introduction and discussion of the first few acts of the night, including a five-year-old drummer, a country/folk band, and acrobats from Tanzania. The hosts share their thoughts on each act and the judges' comments. In this part of the conversation, Scott and Jay discuss several acts from America's Got Talent. They talk about the Otama Collective, a group that plays toy saxophones with puppet faces, and Nini, a musician who plays traditional Chinese instruments. They also discuss Liv Warfield, a soul rock singer with a big band, and Sabrina, a Japanese dance group. Finally, they talk about Phil Lewis, a baton twirler. Overall, they appreciate the talent and uniqueness of the acts, but have some reservations about their potential for future rounds. The conversation covers the performances of the last three acts of the night: Phil, Gung Bao, and Sky Elements. Phil impresses with his baton twirling skills, Gung Bao shocks with his dangerous stunts, and Sky Elements wows with their drone show. The hosts discuss the technical aspects of the acts, the judges' reactions, and the logistics of the drone show. They also share their favorite and least favorite acts of the night.
    Keywords AGT, America's Got Talent, review, conversation, themes, acts, summary, judges, comments, America's Got Talent, Otama Collective, Nini, Liv Warfield, Sabrina, Phil Lewis, toy saxophones, puppet faces, traditional Chinese instruments, soul rock singer, big band, Japanese dance group, baton twirler, AGT, performances, Phil, Gung Bao, Sky Elements, baton twirling, dangerous stunts, drone show, technical aspects, judges' reactions, logistics
    Takeaways The hosts discuss the performances of the first few acts of the night They share their thoughts on the judges' comments The acrobats from Tanzania impressed with their balancing acts The hosts express their opinions on the acts and their potential for success The Otama Collective and Nini showcase unique musical performances with unconventional instruments. Liv Warfield impresses with her soulful singing and the energy of her big band. Sabrina delivers a synchronized and sharp dance routine but may need to add more acrobatics to stand out. Phil Lewis captivates with his baton-twirling skills and genuine personality. Phil's baton twirling skills and Gung Bao's dangerous stunts were impressive performances Sky Elements' drone show showcased the merging of technology and art The hosts discuss the technical aspects and logistics of the acts The judges' reactions varied, with some loving the acts and others finding them gross or weird The Golden Buzzer was given to Sky Elements by Simon Cowell, raising questions about the number of acts going through to the finals

    • 1 hr 19 min
    America's Got Talent | Season 19 | Auditions 1 | 300th Pod Celebration

    America's Got Talent | Season 19 | Auditions 1 | 300th Pod Celebration

    Summary The 300th episode celebration of AGT Time features a discussion with special guests and a review of AGT Season 19 auditions. The hosts reflect on the podcast's history and the challenges of running a hobby-driven podcast. The episode includes performances by Los Osos High School dance team and magician Crazy Sam. The conversation covers a variety of acts from America's Got Talent season 19, including a magician, a dog act, a comedian, a ballet performer, and a singer. The discussion also touches on the concept of Guinness World Records and the use of golden buzzers in the show. The hosts share their thoughts and reactions to each act, providing commentary and analysis. The conversation covers a variety of topics, including a country music performance, a contortionist act, a world record attempt, and a discussion about reality TV shows like Survivor and Big Brother. The hosts also discuss the format of America's Got Talent and the role of the adjudicator in Guinness World Records. The conversation transitions from one topic to another seamlessly, providing insights and opinions on each subject. The conversation covers various acts from the show, including a plunger throwing world record attempt, a performer from Japan, and a custodian who sings Journey's 'Don't Stop Believing'. The hosts discuss their favorite and least favorite acts, share their thoughts on the judges' comments, and reflect on the 300th episode of the podcast. They also mention other shows with AGT connections and upcoming episodes of the podcast.
    Los Osos High School Dance Baby Dev Sam Huang Learnmore Jonasi Ashle Montague Reyna Roberts Arshiya Tonikaku Richard Goodall Daisey Mae & Clifford Chris Ivan Keywords AGT, podcast, celebration, special guests, AGT Season 16, auditions, Los Osos High School, dance team, magician, Crazy Sam, talent show, magician, dog act, comedian, ballet performer, singer, Guinness World Records, golden buzzer, commentary, analysis, country music, performance, contortionist, world record attempt, reality TV, Survivor, Big Brother, America's Got Talent, adjudicator, Guinness World Records, AGT, America's Got Talent, podcast, acts, judges, performance, review, 300th episode, Golden Buzzer, auditions
    Takeaways Celebrating the 300th episode of AGT Time with special guests and reflections on the podcast's history Insights into the challenges and rewards of running a hobby-driven podcast Review of AGT Season 16 auditions, including performances by Los Osos High School dance team and magician Crazy Sam Insightful commentary on various acts from a talent show Discussion on the use of golden buzzers and Guinness World Records in the show Reactions and analysis of different performances by the hosts Insights on country music performance and original songs Discussion about contortionist acts and the impact on the audience Exploration of world record attempts and the role of adjudicators Opinions and analysis of reality TV shows like Survivor and Big Brother Insights into the format and structure of America's Got Talent Discussion of various acts from the show, including a plunger throwing world record attempt and a performer from Japan Reflection on the judges' comments and the hosts' favorite and least favorite acts Mention of other shows with AGT connections and upcoming episodes of the podcast Contact Information Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Threads | Email
    About AGT Time Podcast AGT Time Podcast is a weekly podcast covering the hit NBC talent competition America's Got Talent. The hosts, Cody Patterson & Jay Bock recap each episode during the regular season. We do rewatch older seasons during the offseason, have guest interviews, or review movies. AGT Commenter makes a frequent appearance on the podcast and gives his deep insight into America's Got Talent. 
    The podcast is typically recorded on Thursday nights and released on Fridays.
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    • 1 hr 46 min
    America's Got Talent | AGT Czar

    America's Got Talent | AGT Czar

    Cody and AGT Commenter close out the AGT Rewatachable season 4 by putting together their dream AGT season. How many auditions would they have? Golden Buzzers? Judge Cuts? 
    Summary In this episode of AGT Time, Cody and AGTCommenter discuss their ideal version of America's Got Talent. They draft their dream hosts and judges and discuss various aspects of the show, including the number of auditions, golden buzzers, and live shows. Cody selects Nick Cannon as his host, while AGTCommenter chooses Terry Crews. For judges, Cody picks Howard Stern and Howie Mandel, while AGTCommenter selects Simon Cowell and Piers Morgan. They also consider other potential judges, such as Brandy, Mel B, Heidi Klum, and Sharon Osbourne. The conversation focuses on the format of the auditions and second round of auditions in America's Got Talent. They discuss the location of the show, the number of audition episodes, the use of golden buzzers, and the format of the second round. They also mention the importance of audience participation and the need for a more intimate setting for the second round. In this part of the conversation, Cody and AGTCommenter discuss the logistics of the live shows, including the number of acts, the format of the rounds, and the voting process. They agree to have 36 acts in the live shows, with 4 judge cuts episodes and 3 quarterfinals. They also discuss the possibility of having wild cards chosen by the judges and voted on by the audience. They suggest using rank choice voting to determine the winners and eliminating the Duncan save and judges' choice. They also consider the timing of the voting deadline and the need for limits on the number of votes per person. In this final part of the conversation, the hosts discuss their ideas for improving the show, including introducing a Platinum Buzzer, changing the voting system, and incorporating more camera angles and behind-the-scenes footage. They also discuss the possibility of using the streaming platform Peacock to enhance the viewing experience. The hosts share their excitement for the upcoming season and express their gratitude to the listeners.
    Keywords AGT, America's Got Talent, dream version, hosts, judges, Nick Cannon, Terry Crews, Howard Stern, Howie Mandel, Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan, Brandy, Mel B, Heidi Klum, Sharon Osbourne, America's Got Talent, auditions, second round, location, golden buzzers, audience participation, intimate setting, AGT, America's Got Talent, live shows, judge cuts, quarterfinals, wild cards, rank choice voting, voting process, AGT, America's Got Talent, improvement ideas, Platinum Buzzer, voting system, camera angles, Peacock, streaming platform, upcoming season
    Takeaways The hosts and judges play a crucial role in shaping the show's dynamics and providing feedback to the contestants. A combination of comedic and honest judges can create a balanced and entertaining panel. The judges' ability to select golden buzzer acts is an important factor in driving views and creating memorable moments. The show's format and structure, including the number of auditions, live shows, and advancements, can greatly impact the overall viewer experience. The hosts and judges should have a good rapport and be able to play off each other's personalities. Consideration should be given to diversity and representation when selecting hosts and judges. The location of the show should remain in Hollywood during the summer. There should be six audition episodes, with auditions held in major cities across the US. Opinions differ on the use of golden buzzers, with one person advocating for their removal and the other suggesting a limited number of golden buzzers. The second round of auditions should involve audience participation and be held in a more intimate setting. The format of the second round should allow all contestants to perform and avoid immediate eliminations. The live shows should have 36 acts, with 4 judge cuts episodes and 3 quarterfinals. Wild card

    • 1 hr 33 min
    Kristy Sellars Interview

    Kristy Sellars Interview

    In this conversation, Cody, Jay, and Kristy Sellars discuss her experience performing at Silver Dollar City and the process of creating the show. Kristy shares how she trained for the physically demanding performances and the challenges she faced with costume changes and maintaining her body temperature. She also talks about the logistics of bringing the pole, projection, 3D elements, and other props to the stage. Kristy emphasizes the importance of storytelling in her performances and how she aims to bridge the gap between the public and the stigma around pole dancing. She also mentions future projects, including immersive shows for the Hookah restaurant chain in Turkey. In this conversation, Kristy Sellars discusses her experiences on America's Got Talent and Australia's Got Talent, her creative process, and her future projects. She talks about the challenges of performing on a reality TV show and the importance of managing expectations. Kristy also shares her passion for creating immersive experiences and her plans for future performances. The conversation concludes with advice for aspiring performers and the power of making requests to venues.
    Keywords Kristy Sellars, Silver Dollar City, performance, training, costume changes, logistics, pole dancing, storytelling, immersive shows, Hookah restaurant, Kristy Sellars, America's Got Talent, Australia's Got Talent, reality TV, creative process, immersive experiences, future projects, advice for performers
    Contact Information Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Threads | Email
    About AGT Time Podcast AGT Time Podcast is a weekly podcast covering the hit NBC talent competition America's Got Talent. The hosts, Cody Patterson & Jay Bock recap each episode during the regular season. We do rewatch older seasons during the offseason, have guest interviews, or review movies. AGT Commenter makes a frequent appearance on the podcast and gives his deep insight into America's Got Talent. 
    The podcast is typically recorded on Thursday nights and released on Fridays.
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    • 1 hr 2 min
    America's Got Talent | Voices of Service Rewatchable

    America's Got Talent | Voices of Service Rewatchable

    The AGT Rewatchable season 4 finale is on season 14 fifth place finisher Voices of Service. Cody & AGT Commenter go through the 5 performances and recap the 5 songs that they perform. Cody goes through the recruiting slogans for all the military branches and AGT Commenter gives his NBA Comparison for an entire team. Oh, also track relay talk.
    Summary In this episode of AGT Rewatchables, Cody and AGT Commenter discuss the Voices of Service, a group of military veterans who competed in Season 14 of America's Got Talent. They talk about the number of rewatchables they have done so far and reflect on the progress they have made. They also discuss the ranks of the members of Voices of Service and their affiliation with the Center for American Military Music Opportunities (CAMO). The conversation highlights the importance of music as an escape and a way to bring people together. The episode concludes with a discussion of the performances in Season 14 and the impact of Voices of Service. In this part of the conversation, the hosts discuss the performances of the Detroit Youth Choir and Voices of Service in the judge cuts round of America's Got Talent. They praise the harmonies and talent of both groups, noting that Voices of Service stood out as the star of their performance. The hosts also discuss the judges' comments and the significance of the song choices. They give high scores to both performances. In the semi-finals, Voices of Service delivered a powerful performance of 'Footprints in the Sand' by Leona Lewis. The group showcased their harmonies and Crystal's stunning vocals, creating a high-level performance. While there were a few minor missed notes, the overall performance was exceptional. In the finals, Voices of Service sang 'Choke' by OneRepublic, once again highlighting Crystal's incredible voice. The group demonstrated their unity and showcased their individual talents, delivering a memorable performance. Overall, Voices of Service consistently impressed with their powerful vocals and emotional performances throughout the competition. Voices of Service is a top-four act in Season 14 of AGT. They are a powerful singing group that delivers emotional and impactful performances. Their harmonies and vocal abilities are exceptional, and they consistently deliver strong performances throughout the competition. While they may not have won the season, they are highly regarded and leave a lasting impression on the audience. Voices of Service is a standout act that showcases the power of music to inspire and uplift. Voices of Service, a singing group from Season 14 of America's Got Talent, is discussed in this conversation. The hosts compare the group to other acts from the same season and debate their ranking. They also discuss the possibility of the group having a residency in Las Vegas and speculate on their potential success. The conversation concludes with a discussion on the group's impact and their placement on the all-time leaderboard.
    Keywords AGT Rewatchables, Voices of Service, military veterans, Season 14, rewatchables, ranks, Center for American Military Music Opportunities, CAMO, music, performances, Detroit Youth Choir, Voices of Service, judge cuts, harmonies, talent, performances, judges' comments, song choices, Voices of Service, semi-finals, finals, performance, harmonies, Crystal, powerful vocals, emotional, Voices of Service, AGT, Season 14, singing group, emotional, impactful, harmonies, vocal abilities, strong performances, music, inspire, uplift, Voices of Service, singing group, America's Got Talent, ranking, Las Vegas residency, impact, all-time leaderboard
    Takeaways Voices of Service is a group of military veterans who competed in Season 14 of AGT They are affiliated with the Center for American Military Music Opportunities (CAMO) Music is a powerful tool for healing and bringing people together The members of Voices of Service have different ranks in the military Season 14 had a strong lineup of

    • 2 hr 17 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

Minnesota Ryan ,

Cody and Jay are those AGT friends I have always wanted!

I have been a big fan of AGT for a couple years now. I love how the show not only shows off amazing talent, but how it also gives a platform for those who were considered “different” to have their opportunity to shine and receive the validation they have deserved for so long. As a person who has long struggled with the need for validation, I fell in love with the show and I couldn’t help but tell my friends and family about the all acts I loved. I would even create my own rankings each week and share them with others. However, I quickly realized that I had no one that really loved AGT as much as I did. When I found the AGT Time podcast, I had finally found what I was looking for. Cody and Jay are excellent at breaking down the acts each week and providing entertaining, logical, and educated opinions on each and every aspect of the act and how it is shown to the viewer. That includes opinions on everything from the video package all the way through each of the judge’s comments and decisions. If there was something memorable about how an act left the stage, they will make sure to discuss it which is amazing. While I don’t always agree with who they think were the best acts, that just makes me love the show more and allows me to realize that not everyone is going to see each act the same way. To me, they are the show after the show and I look forward to their podcast just as much as I look forward to the actual show. It’s a shame they don’t get more reviews because they deserve it. Keep up the great content!

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All AGT, All the Time

The premise is right there in the title: They are fans of America's Got Talent, and they're ready to take you through it, episode by episode. This is not a shallow discussion; they take their time, go in depth, and add a lot of detail. It made me want to go back and watch old episodes of AGT.

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