Masters of None is a comedy podcast that doesn’t suck. We debate the best and worst in pop culture, interview celebrities and comedians and drink Blue Point craft beer. For more info and a full episode guide, go to MastersOfNone.com. Welcome to the party, pals.
We're BAAAAACK! We dust off the ol' account and take a break from our other podcast Bat Channel 66 (Shameless Plug... go check it out while we're on MoN hiatus) to bring you our annual WORST CHRISTMAS SONGS!!! This is going from bad to worse I think as we chug along.
Some athletes are not too bright and some just take the cake. We go over some of the dumbest athletes of all time and crown an interesting King.
We dive back to 2008 when Jay and Art go toe to toe to decide once and for all - Who is better? Biggie or Tupac.
Joy to the world - It's that time of year where we dust off some of those old holiday classics and reflect on the garbage that is produced to celebrate the holiday season. Join us as we take a walk down memory lane at some of the worst we've had to endure listening to.
Another classic episode this week - There are some songs that just don't go well in certain situations. The strip club DJ has an important job and we find out, that some guys can really cause some damage when they're asleep behind the wheel
While you're listening to our new podcast Bat Channel 66, we figured we would repost our old episodes - starting with the very first episode where we do our very first ever "sucks or rules" to Seinfeld.
We're back for a hot minute to put a bow on season 15 and boy do we have a surprise for you...
With the historic decision for England to leave the EU, a lot of questions have come up. In this episode, we talk with Simply Syndicated's own Richard Smith to find out what exactly is going on, what it all means, and how it will affect normal all of us.
Mike and Art are joined by musician and fellow podcaster Rob Jennings of Comic Book Seduction to discuss some of the finer things in life... OK mainly music and comics.
The TV Show Theme Song is a magnificent thing. All it once it can drum up nostalgia of years gone by. Elicit emotion of pure joy and fun from one of your favorite shows of all time. Here we reach back into our memory banks to remember the ones that stick out the best for all of us.