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Hail Satire! is all about comedy! Hosted by Vic Shuttee, Hail Satire! has gotten interviews with some of the best in the business: stand-ups, screenwriters, directors, actors, improvisers, content creators and more! And then there's the specials: comedy brackets, best of lists, debates and discussion, live improv, original sketches and series recaps. Home of The Daily Show Weekly Podcast, co-hosted with Chandler Dean.

Keep laughing, keep crying, keep yourself from dying.

Hail Satire! with Vic Shuttee Vic Shuttee

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    • 4.9 • 11 Ratings

Hail Satire! is all about comedy! Hosted by Vic Shuttee, Hail Satire! has gotten interviews with some of the best in the business: stand-ups, screenwriters, directors, actors, improvisers, content creators and more! And then there's the specials: comedy brackets, best of lists, debates and discussion, live improv, original sketches and series recaps. Home of The Daily Show Weekly Podcast, co-hosted with Chandler Dean.

Keep laughing, keep crying, keep yourself from dying.

    The Daily Show Weekly: Nov 17-20, 2003 | A Vic and Chandler Rewatch

    The Daily Show Weekly: Nov 17-20, 2003 | A Vic and Chandler Rewatch

    SEP 8, 2020 - It's THE DAILY SHOW WEEKLY PODCAST, a rewatch hosted by Vic Shuttee (@VicShuttee) and Chandler Dean (@chandlerjdean)! Sam Bee enters the wild racist world of porn creation, and James Spader walks through step-by-step on how to make the perfect turkey. Also, a British oldster steals our hearts with a simple “ROTTON BUSH!” The Daily Show Weekly is an unofficial fan podcast designed to serve as a critical companion to the “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”, which belongs to Comedy Central and can be watched in clips at CC.com. Our thoughts and criticism are intended to offer historical reflection and enhance the viewing experience for new and old fans journeying through Jon Stewart’s seminal talk show run. Our awesome album artwork is designed by Felipe Flores Comics, and our theme music is by Michael Turnage! #ThankGodForCable

    • 1 hr 29 min
    The Daily Show Weekly: Nov 10-13, 2003 | A Vic and Chandler Rewatch

    The Daily Show Weekly: Nov 10-13, 2003 | A Vic and Chandler Rewatch

    AUG 30, 2020 - It's THE DAILY SHOW WEEKLY PODCAST, a rewatch hosted by Vic Shuttee (@VicShuttee) and Chandler Dean (@chandlerjdean)! Rob Corddry develops new razors, Colbert beeps his way to God’s glory, and the great Fugees frontman takes his interview time to audition for the show! The Daily Show Weekly is an unofficial fan podcast designed to serve as a critical companion to the “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”, which belongs to Comedy Central and can be watched in clips at CC.com. Our thoughts and criticism are intended to offer historical reflection and enhance the viewing experience for new and old fans journeying through Jon Stewart’s seminal talk show run. Our awesome album artwork is designed by Felipe Flores Comics, and our theme music is by Michael Turnage! #TemporaryStewart

    • 1 hr 44 min
    2020: A Year In Comedy with Tommy Waas

    2020: A Year In Comedy with Tommy Waas

    2020 was an unquestionable nightmare for reasons beyond the purview of comedy... but this year of COVID will undeniably have long lasting implications on the world of entertainment for years to come. From the meager comedy films that trickled out in the theatres and on "Premium VOD"  - looks like Bad Boys for Life was movie of the year, right? Late night shows went home and reunions from Parks and Rec, 30 Rock and more were filmed by family members. Some of the comedy's biggest legends passed away including Carl Reiner, Jerry Stiller, Fred Willard and Buck Henry... while other shows hit milestones and streaming became a lot more important. Plus a year of social upheaval brought to light bold new comic voices like Amber Ruffin, Sarah Cooper and shined a light on reliable ol' favorite like Sasha Baron Cohen and Jerry Seinfeld. Joining the year end wrap up in one of Vic's oldest friend, funny person and newly minted author of ECHOHEAD, Tommy Waas! Originally recorded December 28, 2020. Hail Satire! is hosted and produced by Vic Shuttee.  

    • 2 hr 22 min
    Phil Proctor and David Ossman on Firesign Theatre's Return with "Dope Humor of the Seventies" on Vinyl

    Phil Proctor and David Ossman on Firesign Theatre's Return with "Dope Humor of the Seventies" on Vinyl

    Conversation #183, recorded on October 28, 2020. It's a two-parter with the surviving members of the FIRESIGN THEATRE, the great Phil Proctor and David Ossman. As one of the best selling groups of comedy vinyls from the late 60s, including DEAR FRIENDS and DON'T CRUSH THAT DWARF, Phil and David share the details on their first vinyl release in decades entitled DOPE HUMOR OF THE 70s! Featuring 44 tracks and a PDF book of amazing original writing scraps, Phil and David tease their upcoming books, podcasts and digital releases.  Hail Satire! is hosted and produced by Vic Shuttee. Further credits at hailsatire.com - Big thanks to Robert Price for our original theme music and Brendon Duran for the Hail Satire! logo design.  

    • 1 hr 14 min
    The Daily Show Weekly: Nov 3-6, 2003 | A Vic and Chandler Rewatch

    The Daily Show Weekly: Nov 3-6, 2003 | A Vic and Chandler Rewatch

    AUG 16, 2020 - It's THE DAILY SHOW WEEKLY, hosted by Vic Shuttee (@VicShuttee) and Chandler Dean (@chandlerjdean)! In a crater of a week, so many new and old segments flopping in the show’s second act, including Rob Corddry is Watching T, Produce Pete and Mark Your Calendar. Yet the Colbert persona is forming with a new local news take, and Jon takes on small time stories to great impact uncovering sneaky Senatorial abstentions. The Daily Show Weekly is an unofficial fan podcast designed to serve as a critical companion to the “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”, which belongs to Comedy Central and can be watched in clips at CC.com. Our thoughts and criticism are intended to offer historical reflection and enhance the viewing experience for new and old fans journeying through Jon Stewart’s seminal talk show run. Our awesome album artwork is designed by Felipe Flores Comics! #ThisWeekWithoutGod

    • 1 hr 50 min
    The Daily Show Weekly: Oct 27-30, 2003 | A Vic and Chandler Rewatch

    The Daily Show Weekly: Oct 27-30, 2003 | A Vic and Chandler Rewatch

    AUG 11, 2020 - It's THE DAILY SHOW WEEKLY, hosted by Vic Shuttee (@VicShuttee) and Chandler Dean (@chandlerjdean)! Two comedy legends return to the couch in Wanda and Norm, the show doubles back over the iconic “Mission: Accomplished” banner to debut a new slogan, God finds his first Daily Show avatar in… Rob Corddry?? The Daily Show Weekly is an unofficial fan podcast designed to serve as a critical companion to the “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”, which belongs to Comedy Central and can be watched in clips at CC.com. Our thoughts and criticism are intended to offer historical reflection and enhance the viewing experience for new and old fans journeying through Jon Stewart’s seminal talk show run. Our awesome album artwork is designed by Felipe Flores Comics! #LongHardSlog

    • 1 hr 54 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

PunsForAll ,

Hail Satire & TDSW are the best time you can spend on a weekly podcast

Vic Shuttee is born to entertain people. He has such a natural charisma about him and his charm is more infectious than herpes (and herpes is really infectious, you should probably go get checked right now if you haven't recently). He brings such a passion and energy to everything he works on and you should absolutely listen to the podcasts he makes. On his current bread and butter podcast the Daily Show Weekly he and his co host Chandler Dean do what should have been done so long ago and take a look at the daily show from the beginning of the John Stewart era (because Craig Kilborn sucked, lets just be honest). Its so fascinating to see where the show started because it is SO different than the Johnny Stew we came to know and love by the end of his tenure. Seriously, its almost an unrecognizable show from its humble beginnings. Vic and Chandler slog through so much crap from the tittyweed era to the Barely TV era to hopefully though the best new team on television era when they get there. Any point is a good place to start, but I highly reccomend starting at the beginning and working your way through. If you dont want to sit through the hundreds of hours to get there, I suggest the 1999 and 2000 best of yearly recaps to get up to speed. They are true professionals and really funny and I can't reccomend this highly enough.

Bryan✌🏾 ,

Podcast Review

I met this guy in college! He's a pretty sweet guy and his shows have always been top-notch. This is the go-to podcast for all things comedy.

kellydeangroup ,

An Unbiased Perspective

Hey this is Chandler Dean. I can't tell before I post this if this is my own account or my dad's. But either way Hail Satire is a dope podcast universe and I specifically recommend you check out Vic's and my podcast within it, The Daily Show Weekly. We recount our quixotic journey through watching every episode of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart while also reflecting on the stories of today. If you like The Daily Show, politics, comedy news, and/or inscrutable references to obscure TV moments from nearly two decades ago, it's the podcast for you.

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