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    Friday, March 30, 2012

    Heyheyhey.  Idea!  I'm going to review Ten Minute Podcast in

    TEN MINUTES.

    Great right?  Lemme type out the categories (and the links, because c'mon, give me a chance) and let's see how far I can get. 

    Will Sasso (MADtv, The Three Stooges)!
    Chris D'Elia (Whitney, Glory Daze)!
     and Bryan Callen (The Hangover, The Hangover Part II)!

    Together, they made a podcast!  For some reason that I am not entirely sure of at the moment.  Freshly made this February, the fellas have been steadily building up an archive of funny blather for you to listen to.


    Bryan Callen:  One's got long hair, the other no hair, they're my friends for life-
    Chris D'Elia:  -what does the hair have to do with it-
    Bryan Callen:  Chris wears glasses even though he doesn't need them~
                    - Bryan Callen "singing" the end song.
    Relevant Links:
    Main site!
    Twitter!
    iPod for the downloadin'!

    Average Episode Length: For once, a podcast appears to be taking the act of mentioning its length in the title seriously (looking at you Paul & Storm).  Dead on ten minutes! 

    Music:  There is an intro song, and a nonspecific end song.

    Content RatingExplicit and tagged as such in iTunes.  The topics can jump to places you don't expect, so if you're some sort of 1920s school marm, this might be 2 HAWT TO HANDLE.  The rest of us will be fine.
      
    Bryan Callen:  You are Samoan.
    Will Sasso:  I'm not Samoan.


    Unintentionally Good Thing: Bryan Callen singing along to the end song music.

    Unintentionally Bad Thing:  This podcast is focused like an arrow.  That has no feathers on the end to guide its flight.  And it's made of Jell-o instead of wood.  Aaaand instead of an arrowhead, there's a marshmallow Peeps somehow adhered to the Jell-o.

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    Time!  Okay, well, there you go!  Ten Minute Podcast sure is a podcast, and this sure was a review. 

    GO LISTEN TO SOMETHING. 

    I HAD TWO SODAS TODAY, THAT IS TWO MORE THAN I AM ALLOWED

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