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View from the Cheap Seats with the Sklar Brothers

By Feral Audio, Jason Sklar, Randy Sklar

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Description

In a fresh iteration of a classic formula, comedians Jason and Randy Sklar share their unique comedic takes on an assortment of sporting issues and chat with an amazing array of guests. Don’t miss an episode! Subscribe @ smarturl.it/cheap Oh! Check out our survey @ smarturl.it/survey4feral

Customer Reviews

UK podcast vet .

Unfortunatly I liked this podcast and its music , BUT ? after a dozen or so episodes It became clear this is a radio show pilot instead of a freedom of speech podcast. I heard a comedian who i like try to riff and cursed once .. once !? Clearley wasnt accepted by the hosts and they shouldnt have invited people that are used to the free podcast speech.The podcast is good but clearly aimed at getting a radio gig. So would recommend to American sport fans who dont like the cursing involved . It ticks clean/sports from America boxes. Cmcd99 UK

Henderson!

if your a fan of comedy then subscribe im not realy in to sports but find this hilarious, if your a fan of sports or just fan of funny skits and funny brothers then you need this in your life P.S. it also got a great community vibe to

The only earwolf podcast worth listening to

Favourite episode was roddy piper