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Obsessed with Joseph Scrimshaw

By Joseph Scrimshaw, Feral Audio

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Description

OBSESSED is a comedy podcast about liking things a little too much. Hosted by comedian and writer, Joseph Scrimshaw, guests share their deepest loves from Star Wars to Knitting to Pro-Wrestling to Cats and everything in between. - See more at: http://chro

Customer Reviews

Brilliant

I am obsessed with Joseph Scrimshaw. All of his work - writing, performance, comedy and now this podcast. He is engaging, shrewd and funny. And above all very real and truthful.

Terrific Rapport with guests

Joseph has a really good topic for his podcast but what makes them so enjoyable is his skill as an interviewer. He manages to pull interesting information out of any guest. He also helps remind us that we all have obsessions so we shouldn't be so judgmental of the obsessions of others.

Great interviewer!

I love how Scrimshaw obviously is really listening to his guests. Too many interviews seem like they have a list of questions ahead of time, and they stick to them no matter what. I love to hear a really good interview, and this podcast is IT. It's also funny as hell, because both interviewer and interviewee are always really funny people. Scrimshaw gets people to talk about their unusual and funny obsessions, but never is patronizing or rude - it is more of a celebration of passionate interest, and I am always spellbound by this podcast.