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Comedians compete writing and performing Erotic Fan Fiction pieces, based upon their whims or audience suggestion. It’s really stupid.

Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction with Bryan Cook Nerdist Industries

    • Comedy
    • 4.7, 101 Ratings

Comedians compete writing and performing Erotic Fan Fiction pieces, based upon their whims or audience suggestion. It’s really stupid.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
101 Ratings
101 Ratings
BahnBahn ,

Should be a smash hit, but inconsistencies hold it back

It's gross and sometimes laugh out loud funny. I feel like most comics settle for the low-hanging sexual comedic fruit instead of being truly creative. This podcast should be amazing, but the funny parts barely punctuate the very average, lazy stories. Sometimes the comics get a subject at random from audience suggestions and sometimes they prepare their story beforehand. In the 4 episodes I heard, several of the comics were unfamiliar with what they were writing about and the story suffered. In one of the recent episodes, the comedienne was talking so fast I could barely keep up with her story about King Charles (or something?) and the audience voted their story as best. Aside from the actual performances, the audio quality is inconsistent. I realize they're recording at comedy clubs across the US and I guess some venues have better equipment than others, but this podcast suffers for it. In the end, I just wish the stories were overall funnier and the recordings were of better overall quality.

bentamanda ,

Like a mop hitting the deck of an old pirate ship.

Dear Lord,
What I wouldn’t do to find the episode where Tom Waits is banging a haggard troll with an old man playing guitar in the corner.
Please Help,
Amanda

Christo44 ,

As Advertised!

I recently stumbled onto this gem of a podcast. It incorporates so much of what I enjoy - inappropriate situations, comedy, filth and lots of sex. The creative descriptions of gentials are hilarious!

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