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Our Favorite Podcasts

A compilation of what the staff at The Holy Goof listens to in no particular order.

1. The Joe Rogan Experience

Let's go ahead and get this one out of the way. With more than 1,500 episodes, and guests ranging from comedians to astro-physicists, there's something here for everybody.


2. Armchair Expert

Hosted by actor, director, and writer Dax Shepard and Emmy-nominated Monica Padman. All your favorite celebrities sit and talk about what makes them human.


3. Essential Craftsman

Grain orientation, blacksmithing, using a 2X4 as a jack…if any of these things caught your attention you need to check out Essential Craftsmen. Scott Wadsworth dispenses construction techniques that everyone, from the home improvement novice to the professional contractor, can use.


4. Harmontown

Dan Harmon (creator of Community and Rick and Morty), fills 7 years of episodes with drunken Dungeons and Dragons, philosophical rants, and just plain bad freestyle rap.


5. Clear and Vivid

M*A*S*H’s Hawkeye Pearce teaches us how to REALLY connect and communicate. Guests include Betty White, Adam Driver, and the cast of M*A*S*H to name a few.


6. TigerBelly

Comedian and actor Bobby Lee hosts this train-wreck of a podcast. You can never be sure what absolute nonsense will happen, but you can bet your sweet little butt it'll be funny.


7. The Joe Budden Podcast

A weekly review of all things hip-hop, sports, and anything else that catches the crosshairs of senior Slaughterhouse member Joe Budden.


8. The Dollop

The Dollop is a self-proclaimed bi-weekly, bi-lingual, bi-cycle, American History podcast. Picture your two most sarcastic uncles ruining every hero you've ever had.


9. Office Ladies

Take a break from re-watching every episode of The Office for the 20th time, and join Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey as they rewatch every single episode of The Office. This podcast reminds us how much we miss DVD commentaries.


10. Going Deep With Chad and JT

This is the Wayne's World of podcasts. It's Dude, Where's My Car? with interviews. It’s Bill and Ted’s Exc…you get the point.



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