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The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show

By Jeff Rubin

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Description

Jeff Rubin (of CollegeHumor) presents interviews with creative people who have turned their obsessions into professions, as well as expert analysis on geeky things that probably don't warrant analyzing.

Customer Reviews

Only podcast i've gone out of my way to listen to!

The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show is firstly hilarious, and secondly a great gateway to a lot of interesting (and yes, nerdy) topics I would not have otherwise have known about. Also, bringing back Jon Gabrus to the show is a must - he's perfect for it!

Thumbs up from a long-time Collegehumor fan

I've been a huge fan of Jeff Rubin from his posts and sketches on Collegehumor, especially BleepBloop and Nerd Alert. This podcast is like inviting him over for a geeky conversation, and does he ever deliver! When the Game of Thrones episode started with a Settlers of Catan rule variant, I knew this was the podcast for me and the whole gamer crew.

Jeff Rubin=gold!

I subscribed to this podcast because Jeff announced that Nerd Alert would be on hiatus, which wounded my soul. However this podcast is a great substitute in the mean time, and as an added bonus it's easier to enjoy while driving than Nerd Alert was. There is no one who compares with Jeff's charisma in interviews and analysis. When I listen to his shows I sometimes feel (relatively) normal by comparison and I am always significantly informed and entertained. I can only hope that one day I will be rich enough to finance a late night talk show for him to host...