Are you prepared for the thrilling conclusion of Howard's T.G.I. Fridays swinging story? Are you nervous in anticipation of what new quizzes we've thought up? Are you a fan of the comedic stylings of Kyle Kinane? The answer to all those questions is clearly "Yes" so join us this week on Who Charted? where we'll update you on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart, give you the weekend Box Office scores, and play a thrilling round of Chart Darts. George Clooney may or may not show up!
Episode 51 — Death of the Party
Posted 23 November 2011 - 07:33 AM
I was going to grump about chart-transplanting Pink Floyd for Coldplay, but the "Weird present sex" story more than made up for it. Has H Kremer ever been a monologist for ASSSSCAT? He has so many great stories, I would think he'd be a natural fit.
Posted 23 November 2011 - 07:41 PM
I listened to this episode while trying to bake a vegan pumpkin cheesecake. The hilariousness dulled the pain of the cheesecake flopping BIGTIME. Clapped my hands in glee at the news of Kulap being the next guest on Totally Laime - looking forward to it!
Posted 26 November 2011 - 10:52 PM
I still liked it better when the guests didn't know that the final chart was based on their life and times, but aside from that single nitpick, this was one of the best episodes of Who Charted? ever recorded. It was amazing, and this show kills it every week.
Posted 27 November 2011 - 07:11 AM
1) I agree with Chris's ^ point about the guest not knowing about the last chart, it was fun.
2) It's sad that Howard had to censor a moment because he was worried about the sponsors, I listed to podcasts so I can hear people talk unfiltered- unlike on all of the horribly bland corporatized shit on TV. I can see Earwolf becoming the "corporate podcast network" that everyone talks shit about as the content gets more and more watered down.
Posted 27 November 2011 - 06:18 PM
We are the least corporate podcast network there is, German.
Carolla, Nerdist, Maron have all been running their advertisements far more aggressively and for far longer. We've been running them for two weeks and trying to have fun with them. They have not affected any content nor will they. Ever.
We can only hope we outrace the other podcasts into becoming the first evil corporate podcast network!!! And I hope Kyle Kinane's Ghostblunters is what does it! :)