92 episodes

Kathleen McGee and Sean Lecomber are two Canadian comedians nearing the end of their underwhelming careers. Once a week they sit down and air their grievances while drinking nut based smoothies because neither one can afford professional therapy.
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Kathleen McGee and Sean Lecomber are two Canadian comedians nearing the end of their underwhelming careers. Once a week they sit down and air their grievances while drinking nut based smoothies because neither one can afford professional therapy.
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    The Dead Baby Bear Podload: Soft but hard

    The Dead Baby Bear Podload: Soft but hard

    We’re not bad! Do your skills match your position? Freedom prison. Never give up if your goal is realistic. Not a “natural causes” guy. No one’s throwing gravel at Brent Butt. Extras are insane. Crypto God. Cop cars. Vasectomies. Comedians should stay away from Twitter. Luck. Nickelblack. Dicks on TV. 
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    • 56 min
    The Dead Baby Bear Podload: Status Symbol

    The Dead Baby Bear Podload: Status Symbol

    COVID-19 tests are the newest status symbol. Return of the mask. Are zoos that bad? School stabbings. The Debaters. A cow doesn’t have to watch free cows run by. The trifecta. All-seeing or some-seeing? How many people are jerking off at any given time? COVID porn. Aliens or god? Space racist. Would you want to travel to the future or the past? Time travel agency. The dentist barber. Baby roasts. 
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    • 49 min
    The Dead Baby Bear Podload: Taco Diversity

    The Dead Baby Bear Podload: Taco Diversity

    Teaching comedy. Vets and realtors. Fact checking comedy. Export A. Poisoning yourself for flavour. Supply and no demand. Blame the fans. How loud can you get? Don’t buy the cheap brake pads. Road stories. If people argue about who should pay a bill, the server should decide. Dogs fighting in the background. “What would you feed your babies?” Back to the Future is more accurate than the Jetsons. Meth head bike mechanics. Fresh nuggets are a game changer. 
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    • 1 hr 2 min
    The Dead Baby Bear Podload: The Unvaccinated Section

    The Dead Baby Bear Podload: The Unvaccinated Section

    Tricking pets. Getting “Bleached In.” More people die as you get older. Anyone need their FUNeral planned? Misgendering corpses. Funeral emcees. Memories of being new at comedy. Amazon unboxing. Thieves! Old bikes get stolen less. When did homelessness start? Vaccine passports. The “unvaccinated section” of the concert. Johnny and Janet Freedom. More lockdowns? Twitter politics. Adam is an amazing cook, as per usual. Pranks! 
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    • 1 hr 5 min
    The Dead Baby Bear Podload: Gold Medal Fear

    The Dead Baby Bear Podload: Gold Medal Fear

    Sponsorships and drugs. Sean doesn’t want to do mushrooms in case someone dies. Trampoline orgasm. Fingerbang. Camping stories. Trash and fireworks! Dog leash communism. Sometimes humans and fish are too close. “Why did she call that freak a freak?” Kathy Griffin. Is it time to be mean again? Famous and poor. Sean writes a pop song. Fine Apple. Talking along to jokes. Sean is all track and no field. The Olympics. Update on Ezzy. 
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    • 1 hr 15 min
    The Dead Baby Bear Podload: Sean’s Workshop

    The Dead Baby Bear Podload: Sean’s Workshop

    If you book a tour, Kathleen will come. Some rich people have crappy children. Soaked weddings. Veils are expensive. The Grindstone Festival was a success! Sean needs at least a little bit of ego. The hilarious accountants if Kuala Lampur. Sean pulls back the curtain on stand-up comedy. You can’t say you have trust issues if you fly. The billionaire space race. Youtube families. Online clothes shopping. Everything is a sales pitch. Kathleen wants to be a funeral planner. Are cemetaries a waste of space? Objectifying men. Men’s synchronized swimming. 
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    • 1 hr 15 min

Customer Reviews

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6 Ratings

6 Ratings

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Can’t wait to listen yes I’m ahead of my self but I know I’ll love it

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Kathleen McGee told me the only way she would consider allowing me take her out for a meal and compliment her appearance is o write a raving review. She had to explain the exchange a few times and slowly, while using slow words and demanding my total attention. It was hard to follow so I hope I am doing it right. My gift certificate to Gary's Pizza and Subs Experience expires pretty soon. I have also been informed that I will be purchasing four copies of her upcoming comedy album
" Deliciously Vulgar " coming out AUGUST 3rd, just in time for Arbor Day.

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