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A unique This Is Us Podcast by husband & wife podcasters Kei & Clyde. We review each episode of NBC TV Drama This Is Us.

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    • TV & Film
    • 4.9, 82 Ratings

A unique This Is Us Podcast by husband & wife podcasters Kei & Clyde. We review each episode of NBC TV Drama This Is Us.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
82 Ratings

82 Ratings

JazzNOkc ,

This is Exactly What I Was Looking For

I thoroughly enjoy this show because the two podcaster are doing exactly what I was looking for. A community to discuss this amazing show wit. A place to see if anyone shared my experience with a given moment in an episode or had my emotional response. Keep doing what you're doing Kei & Clyde...!

Cbarfield94 ,

Insightful and Considerate

I’ve listened to a couple different podcasts for This is Us, that doesn’t handle opposing views as well as I would hope. Kei and Clyde do a great job of commenting on each episode, with great consideration for other opinions without attacking other people’s thoughts on the episodes. Especially with the discussion of Beth’s career as a dance teacher, I personally feel better knowing these two and others look at it from a different perspective and understanding, and support this career field and don’t just see it as a hobby. I’m a dance teacher and when others are referring or treating it as a hobby, it makes me feel invalidated, and I’m glad these two can support that. I will continue to listen to these episodes as we go into Season 4 in the Fall!

Jademarieeash ,

You won’t be disappointed!

I have listened to other This is Us podcasts, but this one takes the cake. Kei and Clyde do such an amazing job with covering what happened in the episode for the week and their thoughts and feelings towards it. I also love how they interact with other listeners and get every else’s input! Thanks for the podcast Kei and Clyde, it’s perfect for my boring work mornings.

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