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Worst. Show. Ever.

By Johnny B. Truant, Sean Platt, and David Wright

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Description

You'll probably want to avoid this podcast. It sucks. It's filled with neurotic tales of thieving bears, decoy wallets, and epic Olive Garden rants. It's irreverent and stupid and terrible, and the hosts should really be ashamed of themselves. You can also find archives of this travesty in the "Better Off Undead" podcast, which was just as bad but also had an even stupider name.

Customer Reviews

Too much fun

This podcast is basically what it's like to hang out with a bunch of your friends and just talk about whatever random stuff comes up. The main idea is to talk horror, but all the diversions and side tracks just make it even funnier and more entertaining. If you enjoy witty banter and occasionally on-topic remarks, you would be crazy not to subscribe to this podcast.

Fun. Fun. Fun.

Great show

Talk about the scariest game in the world. And I would go alone with someone I trust my life on.

Entertaining as hell

I started listening to these guys on their awesome Self Publishing Podcast, and even though I've never been a big fan of horror (since I am a giant chicken) I love this show! I love the random tangents and jokes. It's great that they have intelligent insights about writing, drama, story, etc, without taking themselves too seriously. I regularly laugh out loud at this show while listening to it in the car. Great stuff, guys!

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