Eavesdrop on freewheeling conversations between comedian and TV personality Jimmy Pardo and his sometimes famous, always funny friends. Unscripted. Unedited. Unstoppable. Since 2006. It's Never Not Funny.
Paul F. Tompkins
Gone fishin' with Paul F. Tompkins.
Leading the glamorous life with Kimberly Clark.
Traveling through time with Scott Aukerman.
Roller skating with Cristela Alonzo.
John Ross Bowie
Making pizza with John Ross Bowie.
Taking the silver with Erin Foley.
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Very entertaining. Lots of laughs
I don’t know a lot of the guests but they are all very funny so far. I just recently find this podcast and have been listening to the archived episodes but also some of the new ones to see how it holds up. It is a great addition to a podcast lineup and is a nice change from all the murder podcasts.
Now just “never funny”
Used to be a regular listener - despite some peeves (Elliott namely, who is overly loud, pedantic, and seems to think he’s the reason for the show) - due to Jimmy’s obvious quick wit. Over the last year or two, it’s devolved as he and his team get more woke and alienate at least some percentage of their listener base. Instead of humor, it’s mostly rage with accusations of people whose politics they don’t like as being uneducated, bigoted cultists. Look in the mirror, guys…the same could be said about all of you of late. Also, Jimmy used to claim that he and his wife were extremely private in regards to their son; now he’s shoehorned into larger chunks of the show or discussed on end. It’s getting to where they’re happy with listeners walking away. No problem there. It’s not worth the rage, lack of humor, and the increased/worsening prevalence of the things that were just peeves but are now obstacles to listening.
Pardo is fantastic
Hilarious and worth your time