The CheaPodcast boys are back and they're taking you deep inside the world of comedy. Well, not really. They're just running a recorder in the green room at Helium Comedy Club while their open mic is going on and letting you know what it's like to awkwardly sit in a room with no windows. Listen to James and Darryl chat it up with Sidney Gantt, Pat Barker, Jim Ginty, Josh Bennett and more! It's the CheaPodcast that quietly mumbles to itself before and then makes eye contact with everyone after hoping they say "Good Job"
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Valentines Day is tomorrow, but more importantly Your CheaPodcast hosts are co-headlining a stand-up show in Delaware! Simply put, love is in the air, and it's all over this episode! Listen to love in all it's forms! We start off with the love a heckler has for a stand-up, then move into articles! Hear about love that can cost $350 million, the truest love a husband and wife can share, how love can blossom even during an expensive divorce, and lastly two wonderful stories about the love between a mother and son. It's the CheaPodcast that precedes marriage and a baby in a baby carriage!
There's serious beef in the news, and your CheaPodcast hosts aren't shying away from it. Listen to James Hesky and Darryl Charles chat it up about the latest improv vs. stand-up/1% vs. 99%/producers vs. performers debate and then bring you disputes in todays weird news. Hear articles about lying politicians, illegal names, illegal name changes, death star level titties and catholic church lawyers. It's the CheaPodcast that has a bone to pick with you, so you better listen!
When the cat's away, the mice will play! Rather, when Hesky is away Darryl will speak awkwardly into a mic by himself and find an unaired CheaPodcast segment to play!! Yep, we've got bonus minutes from our episode with Carl Boccuti and Dr. Timaree and we're playing them now! Hear a joke tête-à-tête between your CheaPodcast hosts and listen to a whole bunch of saying too much. Also, #BringBackButterScotch. It's the CheaPodcast that forgets that shame is something that is usually not spoken while a recorder is on.
President Obama promised that racism would end (Or at least that's what I read in an email my racist aunt forwarded me), but since that hasn't happened yet were forced to talk about race relations on this week's show. Luckily we had comedian Jack Martin (Rittenhouse Comedy) stop by to help us find out when it's inappropriate to inform people you're having tacos for dinner, how much it costs to accuse someone of being "too black", and why you should probably have someone who took a race relations class proof read your vodka ads.
Hey, we try. We strive, We practice. We. Work. Hard. That's what we do to provide entertainment to y'all. It's an art, and we strive to achieve for your satisfaction. We've worked so hard that Hesky got sick, and left Darryl Charles to invite Chris Cotton to fill in to bring you this weeks odd news centered around art. Listen as they chat about the Incredible Hulk, dogs, cats, repossession, fist pumps, paintings and art of all kinds. It's the CheaPodcast that makes happy little trees with two colors, a fan brush, and a squirrel in it's pocket!
In order to celebrate Memorial Day weekend, James and Darryl do what they do best: Eat a bunch of food, drink some beers and talk about weird news articles. This week, we find out about the worst prom chaperons, what happens when you don't wear a condom at least 33 separate times, and what kind of tag you never want your kid to play.
Darryl is working at BURGER KING so Joe Moore (WitOut.net) stops by the studio to fill in and talk with James about ways to spend ridiculous amounts of money on stupid stuff. This week we find out whose panties sold for $18k, where you can spend seven figures on a parking spot, and why one McNugget went for the price of 32,000 McNuggets.
Sidney Gantt (Super Action Funcast) stops by to tell us about how babysitting his siblings has prepared him for fatherhood as we discover what the most important thing to bring back with you from Chuck-E-Cheese is, what you should never try to sell on Facebook, and what the one thing is you should set up before you go to Vegas.
I think we can all agree that hamburger's are god's gift to man. Once gay marriage becomes legal everywhere, there's a good chance that man-on-burger marriage is next. But before one can enter into holy matrimony with a beef patty, it's probably best to listen to a podcast all about them to answer such questions as "What mystery ingredients are in fast food burgers?" or "Why does working at McDonald's increase your chances of becoming a prostitute?"