Masters of None – Comedy Podcast Review

masters-of-noneA review request from Jay of Masters of None.

Just found your site linked off of Edgy Podcast Reviews, who just reviewed us. Looks great, will be checking it out further for sure. Anyway, we would love it if you felt like reviewing our show sometime. Cheers, Jay.

This is a podcast called The Master’s of None. It is three guys, Mike. Art and Jay who pick a subject and talk and laugh about it for an hour or so. I believe the actual show is done live on Simply Syndicated. They seem to have a good following as they take calls and read chat room comments as they do their show.

This podcast made me think of sitting at a restaurant and three young men are sitting next to me and one of them says, “Hey, John Hughes died!” and they all begin talking and laugh, very loudly, about things they remembered from his movies, as well as quoting ever funny line from the film. Depending on the subject matter and the mood you are in that day, you’ll either want to join the conversation or get up and leave.

That was how I looked at this podcast. I found the John Hughes show entertaining but the next show I listened to was a debate on McDonalds, Wendys and Burger King, I quickly lost interest.

This is one of those podcasts that are hard to give a thumbs up or down to, because it is totally dependant on whether you relate to the hosts and enjoy their banter. The show does a pretty good job of explaining itself on the Simply Syndicated website, and I don’t disagree with anything here . . .

Former radio guys Mike, Art & Jay debate and answer mankind’s most important questions each week on Masters Of None. Along the way you’ll encounter unsustainable amounts of movie quotes, horribly tasteless jokes, TV references, offensive comments, old radio bits, biting insults, tall tales, unsportsmanlike conduct, raping and pillaging of all things pop culture. It’s a comedy podcast that doesn’t suck. – From the Simply Syndicated website

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Lessons Learned From John Hughes Films – Aug 19 2009

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One Response to “Masters of None – Comedy Podcast Review”

  1. Jay - September 15th, 2009

    Thanks for reviewing us!