Sketch comedy in the vein of The Firesign Theatre, OTR, & Monty Python. One-man voice team - performing over 400 characters! No. Not at once, stupid.
Tekdiff 5/8/20 - Hunkers in the Bunkers
Let's catch up with the cast as they deal with the qurantine.
Tekdiff 4/3/20 - Quaranteed
Infidelity, Pills, PSAs, and Rebuttheads
Tekdiff 3/24/20/ - Puppy Breath in the Year of the Plague
Tekdiff 4/25/19 - Kick in the Face(book)
Well, I'm back again with more excuses. At least it's nice out from under this rock...
Tekdiff 2/4/19 - Spillin' Mah Guts
Uh, sorry for the delay, but I have an actual Doctor's note...
Tekdiff 12 Days of Xmas 2018 - Day 12 - Merry Xmas!!!
Bless us every one!
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It always makes me sad to discover an amazing show after it is over, but I have been binging through the past episodes of “The Account” with glee. Great storytelling and absolutely amazing that it’s only one actor.
I started listening to Tekdiff in summer 2007 or 2008, and it went strong for a long time- a true cult classic of podcasts if there ever was one- taken as a whole, perhaps the Rocky Horror of the medium. Cayenne is a one-man powerhouse of comedy, drama, production, and sound design. Whenever we get him back it won’t be soon enough.
Listen to his comedy if you like levity and absurdism, but if you want a narrative treat, listen to “The Account” from episode one. There has never been anything nearly as good in the medium before or since. Cayenne is the king of this medium.
Tekdiff Yeeted My Podcast Queue
Possibly the best comedy podcast of all time. Certainly light years ahead of all those thousands of shows where comedian interviews other comedians and they laugh like insane people at each other’s private jokes and we’re told that this is some kind of brilliant “avant garde” look at how “the comedy mind” works...
“Tekdiff” is a show filled with sketches, stories, spoofs, and goofs, and it’s been going strong for fifteen frickin’ years straight - gradually becoming a cult classic built solely on the strength of its CONTENT. The episodes from 2005 are just as much fun to listen to now as they were then, and that’s thanks to the show’s creator - “Cayenne” Chris Conroy - for being incredibly talented, incredibly imaginative, and incredibly funny.