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Never Not Funny: The Jimmy Pardo Podcast

By Earwolf and Jimmy Pardo, Matt Belknap

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Never Not Funny is an award-winning weekly podcast hosted by comedian and TV personality Jimmy Pardo and producer Matt Belknap. Since 2006, the show has offered comedy fans the unique opportunity to eavesdrop on freewheeling conversations between Pardo and his sometimes famous, always funny friends. Unscripted. Unedited. Unstoppable. It's Never Not Funny.

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Always something to laugh

This is a great podcast. I only joined it from episode 19 onwards and it really is hilarious. I love the interaction between Jimmy, the producer and the former third bass man. I haven't found an audio only podcast that is as good as this one. Please keep filling my boresome hours at work with this unique funny podcast. A listener from The Netherlands

Wonderful surreal experience

Disguised as a comedy podcast this weekly show chronicles the mental decline of man in his late forties. The host, a man by the name of Jimmy Pardo, is obviously a troubled man. He is a man that had some succes as an entertainer in the past and now gets to do a podcast where he keeps on getting his own age wrong, scolds employees for no particular reason and references the same 3 songs over and over again. This is accepted by everyone as part of his therapy it seems. Every week he also has a guest come over, much like a visitor in an asylum. The guest tries not to antagonize Pardo and agrees with him whenever he says he's 41 instead of 49 years of age for example. It's also not uncommon for Pardo to exhibit his schizophrenic disorder as he slips into different personalities like his alter ego "Cajun Jimmy". His chief caretaker, a man by the name of Matt works hard to keep everything from going too crazy but there are always two orderlies in the room who can step in at any second. One of those orderlies also records these sessions on video, most likely so the material can be used as a teaching tool at medical schools around the world.
Gripping stuff, highly recommended.