40 episodes

Comedian Stewart Huff uses the word "junk" to describe the unique items he collects. However, as you hear the stories behind them, they become much more than junk. They're lost treasures, windows into people's lives and yes they're his obsessions. Join Stewart as he shares his collection of gifts from the past and present with a variety of guests each episode.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 55 Ratings

Comedian Stewart Huff uses the word "junk" to describe the unique items he collects. However, as you hear the stories behind them, they become much more than junk. They're lost treasures, windows into people's lives and yes they're his obsessions. Join Stewart as he shares his collection of gifts from the past and present with a variety of guests each episode.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
55 Ratings

55 Ratings

GerritElzinga ,

Fantastic Content, Guests, and Conversation

Stewart Huff is one of the best comedians working the circuit today. His home is a treasure trove of "useless" "junk" and on each episode, other great comedians dissect the significance of these items. The intro, the music and Stewart's voice hooks you immediately.

The discussion is always fascinating. Whether it's about horrendously racist propaganda or incredibly old and fossilized megalodon teeth, you'll be sucked in and listening intently.

Paul Burdine ,

Great show and entertaining

So, I love the concept of this show! Stewart and his co-hosts are super funny. Stewart is incredibly knowledgeable about the treasures that they discuss. I would love to spend the day rummaging through a shop with him. When the show is dealing with his obsessive curiosities, this podcast is on point! I would love to give 5 stars, but the thing that stands between a 4 & 5 star review is the fact that Stewart & his panel seem to be pretty slanted against those of us that profess Christian faith and have conservative tendencies. Language can get crude at times. Love the show concept, love the humor, love the history, love the interaction from the panel, just don’t love the political diatribes and being told how dumb Christians are. I get excited for every episode that comes out.

order ,

Very interesting and entertaining.

Stewart's curious nature and wealth of knowledge about a wide breath of subjects makes this a very intresting and entertaining podcast. I especially enjoyed the episodes with Tom Simmons and Stewart's friend Lowell.

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