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The Todd Barry Podcast

By Todd Barry, Feral Audio

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Description

Highly regarded and amazing comedian Todd Barry talks to friends -- and maybe people he doesn't know -- about their careers, travel, food, and various other topics. Sounds good, doesn't it? Yeah. It really does.

Customer Reviews

This is the best podcast.

I don't care if there are no episodes yet. That's just how subtle comedy genius works.

Woah.

Wow. All Todd needed to do was simply announce the podcast. By doing this he's cemented his place in history as the greatest podcaster of all time. His simple presence has trumped Maron's crying-Louis CK episode. Great job, Todd Barry. This podcast's existence saved my life.

Love Todd, but this podcast needs work

Todd is in my top 5 comedians and I was happy to find out he is doing this podcast, but I think he needs to think through this a little more before he proceeds.

First, the sound quality is pretty bad. He recorded the show in his kitchen, and the echoey, treble heavy sound proves that. He might want to invest in a few microphones and a small mixing board to improve the sound because frankly it was challenging to listen to the full recording.

Second, he needs to scale back on the "umms" and "uhhhs" which seem to show with his discomfort with the interview form.

I think he also needs a more structured open instead of what he did here.

Also, is this podcast supposed to take you into the minds of other comedians or is it supposed to be funny? It would be nice to hear more about Mr Barry...