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Cracked Gets Personal

By Brandon Johnson and Robert Evans, Earwolf

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Description

On Cracked Gets Personal, co-hosts Brandon Johnson (Rick & Morty, NTSF:SD:SUV::) and Robert Evans (Cracked Personal Experiences) ask the questions you'd be too scared to ask of sources ranging from modern-day slaves to drug-addicted doctors. Is my garbage man keeping tabs on me? What's it like to kill someone? How good is sex on heroin, really? Brandon and Robert combine compassion with comedy to serve you answers to these questions and more, from real people with unreal lives.

Customer Reviews

Almost Perfect

It's a great forward step from their "personal" pieces on the site. Really interesting stories from people with experience and good takes after. Only would be better if they used actual conversations/interviews with the guests instead of playing parts and discussing after. Really good overall

Funny and engaging

Loved this. Wish there was less over the phone audio, but it's so worth a listen. The host of cracked podcasting is newer but I really have like all the new content.

Great things to come with this podcast

I really enjoyed the two episodes for Cracked Gets Personal. There is a great blend of humor and information from the hosts to the guests. I think for the subjects that were discussed, you couldn't have picked better guests. I enjoyed every anecdote and I also enjoyed the perspectives of the hosts. Those guys have great chemistry and are a superb team. I only listen to three podcasts religiously and I can definitely see this cracking into those ranks.