BIG BAD SADCAST
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||ExplicitSADCAST 012: “Mark Mollasses and the Bones”||Amerah and Wallace are abandoned by Arash this week, but they are joined by very special guest Jackson Banks. The gang discusses ejaculation, conspiracy theory, and how movies are not funny. We also sit down with world-famous comedian Mark Mollasses to.||1/18/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSADCAST 011: “Live from Wallace’s Apartment”||The gang goes mobile as the Big Bad Sadcast attempts to cram as many people into Wallace‘s apartment as possible. They are joined by local comedian and scholar Salil Khetani as well as local friend Kashmere to chat about consumer behavior, reactance,||1/2/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSADCAST 010: “Prince of the Alt-Right Blends Dick”||On their first 10th episode, the Big Bad Sadcast crew surfs the web and catches some tasty digital waves. We discuss growing up on the internet and our inevitable fall to the machines. Arash gets a glimpse into the female psyche by impersonating a woma.||11/16/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSADCAST 009: “The Boys are Back…”||And better than ever! Wallace, Arash, and Amerah return to the airwaves with style, catching up on some pressing issues such as incest laws by state, the 2005 classic Walk the Line, and training their brand new network intern, Jennifer.||11/2/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSADCAST 008: “Noam Means Noam”||In their final episode at the U of U, Arash, Amerah, and Wallace talk about a party Amerah wasn’t invited to with local comedian Max Boehme. As if that wasn’t enough, they chat with the ambassador to the United States from Poland – a man simply kn||2/28/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSADCAST 007: “The Big Bad GRADcast”||Wallace, Amerah, and Arash talk graduation and the general sense of loss that follows with guests/comedians Jackson Banks and Jesse Rothenberg. A professional impressionist called Bertgert Ertzerk comes by and the gang interviews a diplomat from the co.||2/21/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSADCAST 006: “420”||In this dank holiday episode of the BBSC, Arash, Amerah, and Wallace ask the question: What really happened during Columbine? Also, indica or sativa? The gang chats with perpetually 80s comic Mikey Cattiotore about the good old days,||2/14/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSADCAST 005: “Live from the Studio Where They Faked the Moon Landing”||In this very woke episode, the Big Bad Sads unravel our world’s hidden truths with former comedian and current conspiracy theorist Mac Arthur. They debunk everything under the (fake) sun including JFK, Pizzagate,||2/7/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSADCAST 004: “Live from the 311 Cruise”||Arash, Amerah, and Wallace find themselves aboard the notoriously chill 311 Cruise, which means one thing… best Spring Break ever! Aboard the vessel they meet a swath of new friends including a local musician named Soda Pop, a UK-based grime rapper,||1/28/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSADCAST 003: “President’s Day”||Amerah, Wallace, and Arash take on the extremely important local issue of how bad a street 400 South is, as well as discussing Wallace’s job at the jail. Local comedian Aaron Orlovitz shares a lot. Featuring the epic roast slamdown evisceration of Pre||1/21/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSADCAST 002: “Liberal in the Sheets, War Hawk in the Sheets”||Wallace, Amerah, and Arash get their anxieties out of the way, parsing over complex subjects such as polyamory, horses, and the world of cinema. Amerah gets in touch with her feminine side and the gang checks the mailbox and doles out some advice.||1/14/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSADCAST 001: “Valentine’s Day Special”||Arash, Wallace, and Amerah learn about love and romance on this inaugural and Valentine’s Day episode. They discuss Amerah’s near death experiences on Tinder and interview a Christian woman about Sex Week at the University of Utah.||1/7/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
This is good
Love love love this like no other. Gives me
Insight on how “not to” parent and provides insight on what could’ve gone wrong. I’m getting a little more open to the f word and stand up in general. Keep on comedying!!!