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Duncan Trussell Family Hour

By Duncan Trussell Family Hour

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A weekly salon-style supershow, where comedian Duncan Trussell and guests explore the outer reaches of the multiverse.

Customer Reviews

like baby jesus, but better

Every time there is a new episode, something good happens and I feel like it's Christmas.

Great podcast

Both Duncan trussell and Natasha leggerro are less famous than they deserve to be. They are both really funny and clever and relatable. Volume levels are a problem here and there but im sure that will get fixed. Check this out. Also I love movies with Doug benson and Steve Agees podcast.

Lavender Power

This podcast has hilarious original comedy with an intriguing philosophical view point. Duncan is fantastic with introducing and intelligently expanding on his non-traditional content. His approach to the pod-cast realm is very refreshing and is easily entertaining to the listener. Natasha on the other hand is often the foil to Duncans intelligence. The show could work better if it was Duncan with guests instead of the random, often non-sensical points made by his second banana. But having listened to all of their efforts, I have learned to take the good and disregard the bad. There are a few technical issues pertaining to the volume and lack of speaking into the mics but thats nothing a mixer can't fix. In closing, I can't help but wonder how much better the program would be without Natasha's laugh. Keep going.