One town. One murder. One million hot dogs.
Welcome to Argyle. Grab a hot dog and allow town narrator Jeremy Zax (Bob Odenkirk) to regale you with this region’s rich history! Founded in 1843 by settlers with their sights set on California, these brave souls grew too tired and instead settled for Ohio. Argylites love to celebrate the spirit of “close enough,” like that of Richie McDonough (Brian Posehn) a young man who was a stupendous substitute bowler that never bowled and instead kept the bench warm. His untimely, mysterious death in the Summer of 2013 is Argyle’s darkest secret. Hear how Richie met his fate, beginning with Argyle’s annual hot dog eating contest and ending with the town’s annual murder. Comedy nerds get hyped to hear David Cross (Arrested Development), Tim Robinson (I Think You Should Leave), Paul F. Tompkins (Comedy Bang! Bang!), plus Carl Tart, Stephanie Courtney, Lyric Lewis, Stephanie Hsu, and more.
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Cast: Bob Odenkirk, Brian Posehn, Andrew Friedman, Tim Robinson and more
Composer: Eban Schletter
Director: Tim Kalpakis
Engineer: Dave Eichhorn
Executive Producer: Nate Odenkirk, Naomi Odenkirk, Bob Odenkirk, and Joshua Poole
Head Writers: Nate Odenkirk and Bob Odenkirk
Producer: Audible Originals and Above Average
“The Argyle Hotdog Committee”
The Hotdog Committee hatches a daring plan.
“If I Were to be a Custodian…”
Two cousins seal the town’s destiny.
“Substitute Bowler for the #2s”
The tip-top backup athlete for the vicious Hi Hanson #2s, Richie McDonough, meets a fan.
The DMV has the longest wait… and the best food!
“You Can Buy Things, with Money”
Two very special visitors arrive in Argyle to promote a brand-new product, only to have their worlds turned upside down.
“Hunting Day Has Come!”
Summer cheer and salted meats are in ample supply.
Seriously couldn’t stop laughing. There’s so much about this show that I love! Bravo!
So glad to listen to this gem. Glad to see what Odenkirk & Odenkirk are up to.
Wow. This podcast is as bad as all the fake reviews trying to persuade us it’s the greatest thing since Velveeta.