My favorite Podcasts (With Suggested Episodes)

All of these are comedy oriented because I'm only into podcasts for a good time. (Most are Earwolf podcasts too.)
  1. 1.
    Hollywood Handbook
    This is my favorite podcast of all time. It may not be extremely accessible on the first few listens but if you go a little further, you will be hooked. I am in tears a lot during this show. Suggested Episode: "Deadpool, Our Close Friend"
  2. 2.
    The Worst Idea of All Time
    The title says it all, it's a terrible idea for a podcast. Two guys watch the same movie every week and give a review on it. It's a glimpse into insanity that you'll have to listen to. Plus the episodes are only 20 minutes long so it is not too much of a commitment (for you). Suggested Episode: I'd suggest you start from the beginning so you can hear the buddings of insanity already forming in their naive brains.
  3. 3.
    U Talking U2 to Me?
    If you like dry humor and people talking about U2, this is the podcast for you. I'm not really a fan of U2 but I am a fan of Adam Scott and Scott Aukerman. They make this podcast hilarious and painful all at the same time. Suggested Episode: "The Joshua Tree"
  4. 4.
    You Made it Weird
    This is pretty much a podcast staple. I have to say I definitely haven't listened to every episode but when I see a comedian or actor I like who is on it, it never disappoints. Pete Holmes is an excellent and funny interviewer. Suggested Episode: "Zach Galifianakis"
  5. 5.
    Improv for Humans
    A classic long-form improv podcast hosted by improv legend Matt Besser. If you're ok with scenes getting a little crude from time to time, this podcast will make you cry with laughter. Suggested Episode: "Grudge Justice"
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    Comedy Bang Bang
    This was the first podcast I ever listened to and is still one of my favorites. Comedy Bang Bang has a place in my life that no other podcast could replace. Scott Aukerman's sense of humor combined with insane characters makes this a podcast that will be remembered for years to come. (Also the TV show is on Netflix and it is very funny) Suggested Episode: "Clones and Oliver Stones"