Tim&Tom from TCGTE
Welcome to Podcast Week at HipstrStash! We love podcasts around here, so each day this week we’re going to be spotlighting an independent podcast that we really enjoy and we hope that you will too.

(A quick note: you’re going to see a pattern with several of these podcasts. Namely, that they have two hosts. While this is not totally necessary for a good podcast, I personally find the two-host ‘casts to have easier to follow and more entertaining back-and-forths, regardless of the subject of the show, as compared to larger groups.)


And speaking of easy to follow entertaining back-and-forths, today’s podcast is The Complete Guide to Everything. Hosted by Tim Daniels and Tom Reynolds, the Guide is a little less complete than it suggests, but 200% funnier than advertised. The premise for the show is a pretty simple one: each episode the hosts have a topic that they discuss (some more completely than others). It’s a comedy podcast, which I tend to shy away from because most people are not as funny as they think they are (I know this better than anyone), but this show has the thing I’m always looking for: chemistry between the hosts.

I’m going to be honest with you: I had a really hard time figuring out what to write for this show. Not because the show isn’t entertaining. Quite the opposite. The hosts are not just funny, they are a modern day Vaudeville comedy act at times. No, the problem with writing about a comedy podcast is the same one with trying to explain a joke. It just isn’t funny when it’s taken out of its element, dissected and explained. So, all I can say is give it a shot and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it as much as I do.

The Stats:
Genre: Comedy
Average Run Time: Usually just over an hour
Release Schedule: Every Sunday at 6PM EST
RSS: http://feeds.feedburner.com/24cast (or find it in your favorite podcatcher app)


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About Author: Jeremy Kerns
Jeremy Kerns is the mastermind behind TIMID Studios, Mellow Migrations, HipstrStash and others. He writes, makes films, draws comics and searches the world for dead pixels to prove the simulation theory. You can also find his creations on Etsy at https://timidstudios.etsy.com and Redbubble at https://jeremykerns.redbubble.com