Best Episode Ever
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Admit it: you know not all television is created equal. But do you know which hours of your favorite shows, from The Simpsons to Mad Men to Friends and more, are the bestest ones? On “Best Episode Ever”, Cracked.com’s resident TV nerds Carmen Angelica and Brett Rader take on a different TV series each week, with the help of a hilarious guest who loves that TV show as much as you do. They’ll hand out special awards to key moments and characters, have a fun and funny time remembering the odd things shows couldn’t stop doing, and cap it all off by crowning each show’s Best Episode Ever.
||Explicit30 Rock||You'd be hard pressed to find a half-hour comedy that packs more jokes into any single minute of television than 30 Rock. For seven years, Tina Fey's absurdist, live-action cartoon of a comedy forced its way into peoples' hearts and Netflix queues, provided a hilarious second act to Alec Baldwin's career, and taught a generation to enjoy the pleasures of a night cheese. To most people under the age of 35, it's on sitcom Mount Rushmore, and on today's podcast, Carmen Angelica and Brett Rader welcome Powerpuff Girls writer and actress Haley Mancini onto the podcast to discuss 30 Rock and its best episode ever.||11/28/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitAdventure Time||In 2010, Cartoon Network released Adventure Time, a show that would capture the imaginations of children and adult stoners alike. Combining technicolor psychedelia, introspective existential wonder and lots of fart jokes, the series became a worldwide pop-phenomenon for kids, college students and hip parents in-the-know. As the series wraps up just shy of 300 episodes, Adventure Time's reach extends to video games, merchandising and essays on philosophy in a manner only reached by peers like The Simpsons, South Park, or Spongebob Squarepants. Today Carmen Angelica and Brett Rader welcome comedian, Cracked alum and Adventure Time uber-fan Teresa Lee onto the podcast for a discussion of their favorite songs, their favorite guest stars and of course, its best episode ever.||11/21/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitFriends||Do you secretly 'ship Rachel and Joey? Do you know all the words to "The Monorail Song?" Do you scream at your friends, "we have to go back!" anytime someone brings up a good vacation you had? Cracked's Carmen Angelica and Brett Rader certainly do, as well as make countless other TV references that alienate their friends, family and coworkers. That's why they're the hosts of Cracked's brand new TV-centric podcast Best Episode Ever. Each week, Carmen and Brett will ask one superfan into the studio to discuss their favorite series, and by the end of each show, they will crown its best episode ever. This week, After Hours' Katie Willert sits down for a conversation about your favorite fountain-dancing, coffee-drinking Manhattanites. Yes, we're getting things started with Friends. They talk about 90s zeitgeist, whether Ross and Rachel should actually be together, how the show mastered Thanksgiving episodes, and of course, they etch in stone its best episode ever.||11/14/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitPreview||Best Episode Ever premiers on Tuesday, November 14th! Subscribe now to hear Cracked's Carmen Angelica and Brett Rader dissect your favorite TV shows as they try to figure out each series's best episode ever. First up: Friends.||11/8/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
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This show rocks
Instant subscribe. Carmen and Brett have great chemistry. The show is super fun
A very enjoyable podcast
Gods format. Fun hosts. It’s a good way to spend your commute.