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Kat Mosley and Rachel Fogletto talk the internal battle of telling jokes while woke and all the while saying the kinds of things that you would want to screenshot from Facebook

The Leak Podcast Rachel Fogletto & Kat Mosley

    • Comedy
    • 4.7, 14 Ratings

Kat Mosley and Rachel Fogletto talk the internal battle of telling jokes while woke and all the while saying the kinds of things that you would want to screenshot from Facebook

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Mt Airy Malbec ,

Smart, FUNNY, Sexy, Real-talk!

"I heard it on The Leak" has become my new catch phrase! Great chemistry between co-hosts, covering various topics including current affairs, mental health, and a behind-the-scenes look at Philly comedy nightlife. Favorite segment: My Bad. Favorite surprise guest: Logan. Pairs well with Ritz crackers, aged cheddar, and a robust glass of red wine. Not to be missed!!!

muhLibert33z ,

Low effort, low thought, low preparation

1. The audio on this show is ATROCIOUS. The hosts constantly move away from the mic, so you turn up the volume, then come back toward the mic to SCREAM-LAUGH. Extremely rude to listeners, but they don’t listen to their own show, which leads me to:

2. The vocal tics. Every other word is Yeah, Like, or Yes.

3. The subject matter is effing BORING. You’re a comedian, and you’re politically liberal? Wow, pull me up a chair ladies, this is totally uncharted territory!

4. The hosts discuss (what I assume are) friends of theirs and local comedy haunts like their audience has an existing and encyclopedic knowledge of both.

5. The blatant hypocrisy necessary to hold the strident RadLib beliefs they are constantly trying to one-up each other with. Want a handy prediction guide for how they’ll feel about any issue or news event? Inventory the identity politics: Count melanin and figure out genders, boom, no need to listen to The Leak.

6. Episodes are way too long, and repetitive.

7. The utter lack of conflict. I’ve listened for months, and the hosts have never once disagreed on anything. It’s a sermon to the choir, every week.

8. The lack of authentic laughs. I rarely laugh at anything they say. They laugh at each other constantly, but it’s that really breathy, abnormally loud laugh. They would call that “performative,” I’d call it fake.

MangleExpert ,

Unmissable

If you're a comedian, or just someone who cares about the comedy scene, this is the podcast you should be listening to. It's funny, thoughtful, and 100% real.

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