Best In Show Radio
By Best In Show
The radio brainchild of friends from NYC featuring stream of consciousness ramblings that range from poignant to asinine. Whether theorizing on sports, the origins of man, music, an instruction manual for humanity or nothing at all, these know-nought know-it-alls will at the very least have a show that lasts 30 minutes or so every week & at the very most keep you interested/entertained for that time.
||ExplicitBest In Show - Episode 315||Episode 315 (Jeromy Burnitz)||9/18/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitBest In Show - Episode 314||Episode 314 (Pawn Stars)||9/11/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitBest In Show - Episode 313||Episode 313 (Zapruder Film)||9/4/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitBest In Show - Episode 312||Episode 312 (Ivan Niven)||9/2/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitBest In Show - Episode 311||Episode 311 (Ivan Rodriguez)||8/21/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
Best in Show...not just for Sundays
Best in Show is a must listen. It's stream of consciousness radio and one of the best things about it is to see where the threads might lead as the guys (and girl) usually never stay on topic...and that's what's so great. It's like eavesdropping on a conversation in the next room...the closest thing I can compare it to is Mystery Science Theatre 3000, but obviously, it's on the radio. From Chris talking about being a husband, to Keith talking about the Mets, it's a show for Gen X'rs and everyone since. Vanessa's news reports are a cross between The Onion and the Darwin Awards. When they do talk about real life current events (not just the funny ones), there is almost always a funny twist to it, but also a poignant look. Full of pop culture references, sports cliches, and embarrassing anecdotes, Best In Show has what you want in a talk radio show. If you're one of the unfortunate who can't wake up on Sunday mornings, then do yourself a favor and subscribe to the podcast and take Chris, Keith and Vanessa with you every where you go.
I'm hooked already....
I've been listening to these podcasts all day. Chris, Vito, Keith, Vanessa and Veal Chop have a dynamic and quirky chemistry as they bounce from TV trivia to sports to superheros to music to the completly random and utterly ridiculous. A must listen!
I loved it! It was better than Cats! I'll see it again and again!
The show is one of the highlights of my week. I prefer to listen live, but when that's not an option, the podcast works. There's just something about a two-hour show that can't be pigeon-holed into one genre. Listen once and you'll hear the most diverse groups of topics of any podcast out there.