The Last Exit Show is stories, sketches, jokes and lies. It's life on the outskirts. It's hosted by Kaleb Horton in California and features James Murphy in England whenever he's around. It airs every two weeks.
Episode 108: Roadside Burgers And Small Town Cults
New episode of a podcast.
Episode 107: Star Wars Last Jedi Oscar Screener HDRip.
It's here, the episode where me and Big Jim go long on STAR WARS LAST JEDI OSCAR SCREENER HDRIP ORIGINAL CUT. If you love STAR WARS LAST JEDI OSCAR SCREENER HDRIP ORIGINAL CUT, you will love this episode. It's pretty much all we talk about because everything else is so boring.
Anyway, that's it for 2017. We'll see you in the new year.
Episode 106: The Bleeding Edge Of Science.
Kaleb and Big Jim discuss the most important story in America in 2017: one man's quest to launch himself in a rocket to finally prove the world that is... is not the world we thought it was.
Episode 105: Temporal Dislocation.
I was tending to my dying grandmother for a spell, but we're back and aim to be back on a bi-weekly basis. And when I say we, I mean me and Big Jim Murphy, who joins me on this episode to talk about murderers and life and the passing of Tom Petty, a genius.
Tell your friends, and hop on down to my Patreon.
Episode 104: Ordinary F****n' People.
The Last Exit Show's tribute to Harry Dean Stanton, the best actor on earth, who died today at the age of infinity.
Episode 103: It Is Happening Again.
The show is back. One hundred percent.
This is my first episode with a guest, Sean McTiernan. He's my guest because this episode is about TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN, and he knows a hell of a lot about it. We go long. Very long.
WARNING: THIS SHOW IS FULL OF SPOILERS. WE SPOIL VIRTUALLY EVERYTHING.
This show has a Patreon now, because I want to do this show more, and keep it around as long as I can.
Customer ReviewsSee All
The entropic churn of life doesn't have to be unfunny.
Depressed people are often funny and vice versa, and that's what this podcast sounds like -- but it's not maudlin garbage, either. Kaleb and James are funny, clever, and observant; further, they know how to put these things together in ways that are often unexpected. It is very hard to describe this show, but its idiosyncracy is one of its primary charms.
In lieu of a review that lazily attempts to riff on one of the shows themes or jokes, I'll just write that you should listen to this.
If you're into doomy comedy from two guys who clearly aren't trying to impress anyone, you'll probably like it.
I feel it too.