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The Sarcastic Voyage Podcast

By Ron "AAlgar" Watt, Matt Rowbotham

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Description

Comedy sketches and riffed host segments from Ron “AAlgar” Watt, Matt Rowbotham, Dave Fields and the Sarcastic Voyage Unpaid Voice Acting Players.

Customer Reviews

When you want an honest opinion, ask your ex-wife.

Sometimes the podcast goes on a little longer than it should. They've worked out a lot of the audio kinks that kept some of the guests inaudible, but Matt needs to lean away from the mic when he laughs. I'd give this podcast 3.5 stars, but iTunes likes whole numbers so I'll round down to 3. Overall, I like it. AAlgar was never this funny when I was married to him.

losing steam

Original Review: Used to be very funny. Now it's just not. Needs to develop some bits that are funny. Calling your audience "dicks" isn't funny.
These guys have the potential to be very funny, but they need to focus less on plugging the guests and more on finding actual humor.
But on the upside, if you give it a negative review on iTunes, they read it in its entirety and sound like whiners.

New Review: Now has more bits! They've really upped their game and since they've implemented my original suggestions, the show has improved greatly.

The Bert and Ernie of Podcasts!

I dig this show quite a bit but because I started late, I'm still not quite sure what it's about. It seems to be about two men constantly professing their love to each other on a weekly basis. Mix in some pop culture references, swearing, and an overall sense that they're absolutely gay, and you get the Sarcastic Voyage.