Last Comic Standing winner John Heffron joins the boys to discuss the eating habits of comedians, grown men playing video games, and the secret to staying relevant. Grab some snacks, it’s 307.
Justin Worsham, comic and host of “The Dad Podcast”, joins Josh for this one. They have a chance to vent about the things that most married men/dads go through, and what it’s like to be a voice in a video game. It’s therapy time on 306.
Roy Wood Jr sits down with Josh in between their sets performing at a dance marathon. Roy discusses his degree from the school of hard knocks, prank phone calls, and almost going to jail in college. A new degree of funny, it’s 305.
Josh sits down with friend of the show, Ryan Singer. The first part of the show, they trade mice stories. The second half they discuss video games and Ryan being extorted for money over a racy webcam video. It’ll stick to you like a glue trap, it’s 304.
Josh and Mike recorded this episode LIVE at the Cincinnati Brew HaHa over the summer. We feature several guests including Robert Hawkins, Chad Daniels, Cy Amundson, Geoff Tate, Troy Baxley, and Saleem. You bring the brew, we’ll bring the HaHa’s on 303.
Josh and Mike sit down with America’s sweetheart and radio darling, Chick McGee of “The Bob & Tom Show”, and his podcast co-host/former lover, Jess Hooker. This is easily one of the best episodes we’ve done. Love, relationships, good TV, groupies…this episode has it all. Watch as podcast worlds collide on 302.
It’s the return of Detention! What better way to come off the hiatus than to bring in our old buddy, Geoff Tate? We get you all caught up on what’s happened over the last few years, meet the new co-host, and talk about the plausibility of “Con Air”. It’s fresh, it’s new, it’s 301.
Here’s the perfect video to get you excited for the return of the Detention Show!
Ryan Dalton stops by to side with Josh on modernizing the wedding process. We talk about Lebron James, video games, and other things that end in ames. Say I do to 209.
Ryan Singer comes back to discuss his new CD, why being funny is more important than being pretty, and why Obama refrained from introducing an alien while accepting the Nobel Peace Prize. Beam it up, it’s Episode 208.
Josh is joined by Pete Lee this week as the two old friends discuss the life of being engaged, why big name comics rarely have bad shows, and ponder why YouTube people have to be so mean sometimes. Rest up for the Ep 207 Triathalon.
Lachlan Patterson and Mike Cody each make their first appearance on the show. Learn about Canadian television, what it takes to make it in professional wrestling, and a hairtacular update. Get powerbombed for 206.
Dave Waite returns for Episode 205. We talk about Dave’s upcoming Comedy Central appearance, Josh’s Robbery, and offer prizes for naming Mark’s haircut. Episode 205, it’s hairtacular.
On Episode 204 we bring you a real young face in the comedy world, Alex Stone. This episode is filled with funny, but also spends a lot of time debating what is too soon, hurdles young comics face, and again Mark gets crap for not seeing Hoosiers. Episode 204, not a moment too soon.
Ryan Singer makes a triumphant return to Detention this week. This is a must listen episode. We talk more about shape shifters, Studebaker Pie, answer emails, and find out about the lizard living in Ryan’s head. Full steam ahead with 203.
Darrell Joyce, comedian and author, joins us this week. Listen as we let the women know that their shenanigans will not stand any longer, the joys of working on cruise ships, and how you can win a video game courtesy of EA Sports. Set sail with Episode 202.
Geoff Tate joins us again for the first episode of Season 2! Listen as we discuss movies that define their decade, how to lose 30 lbs in 10 weeks, and some very opinionated movie reviews. Welcome back to school, Season 2 is in session.
Bobcat Goldthwait and John Evans join us for the Season One finale. We talk about Bobcat’s new movie “World’s Greatest Dad” starring Robin Williams, where his character came from, and why he’s trying to venture away from it. It’s one crazy summer on episode 126.
In our 25th episode and we welcome good friends and radio gods Tim and Jeff to the show. We talk about dealing with radio listeners, girlfriend sexy text etiquette, and make fun of anyone who hasn’t seen Ghostbusters II. Don’t be afraid of no show, it’s 125.
In this episode, Josh and Mark catch up after a few episodes on the road. UFC, wedding etiquette, and we catch up on all of the celebrity deaths. No moments of silence, it’s episode 124.
We come to you live from the Rooftop Aspen Comedy Festival for this freeform show. Over 7 guests sit down to talk comedy, sports, movies, the impact of September 11th on dogs, and we even do a little jam band. Episode 123, easy as ABC.
Tim Northern is our guest for Episode 122. Learn what it’s like to be on Star Search, what it’s like to be on Who Wants to be a Millionaire, and what it’s like to travel in style. We break it all down on 122.
Doug Benson and Graham Elwood join Josh on the road in Atlanta. Listen as they talk about gameshows, weed, comedy in the Middle East, and find out the title of a movie that you’ll never see. Take a hit of Episode 121.
Jamie Lissow and Matt Bergman make up Episode 120. Listen as Josh tells some of Jamie’s funniest moments and listen how alcohol makes it seem like Jamie is hearing them for the first time as well. Sober up people, this is another must listen episode.
It’s the return of our first guest, Geoff Tate. Lots to discuss on today’s show including baseball, the validity of Ferris Bueller, Mark’s honeymoon, and a great chunk on the worst weddings we’ve ever been to. Say “I do” to episode 119.
Andy Hendrickson is our guest, and Dave Waite fills in for Mark who is on his honeymoon. In this episode, we talk about bad comedy shows, rat infestations, backhanded compliments from fans, and ways to have fun in Europe.
Film and TV star TJ Miller stops by to discuss his movie “Cloverfield”. We also learn what the Saturday Night Live audition process is like, help Mark cope with losing his job, and we even have a visit from Satan. This is a CAN’T MISS EPISODE!!
Pat Dixon joins us to discuss lies and the liars who tell them. We wonder if Mark is actually marrying a woman, what makes memoribilia worth money, and poker horror stories. Go all in, it’s episode 116.
Dave Waite, our favorite creepy guy, explains what good stalking weather is, how good his “Hell Up North” tour was, and makes his run to become the next co-host of The Detention Show. Bundle up, it’s 115.
Jimmy Pardo joins us for the funniest episode of “Detention” yet. We talk sports, comedy, movies, reality tv, uses of the word “gentleman”, and we’re 100% sure you’re going to love it.
John Evans and “America’s Got Talent!” Finalist, Taylor Williamson, join us for one of the most entertaining shows yet. John tells you how to make millions at thrift stores, we discuss Mark’s second stand-up performance, and everyone thinks back to their favorite TV show themes.
Keith Alberstadt and Mark Eddie join us for Episode 112…where the players dwell. We debate which Rocky movie was the best, do awful Yoda impressions, share rat infestation stories, how to punk a Playboy playmate, guilty pleasures, and a whole lot more.
Comedian, record label rep, and professional drinker Wix Wichmann stops by. Hear Wix teach Josh the difference between country and western, how the Dixie Chicks act offstage, and what it’s like to be featured in American Drunkard magazine.
Darin Overholser returns as our first repeat guest. We talk about the humanzee, glory days of pro-wrestling, and Whiplash the Rodeo Monkey.
The Great Jimmy Dore hangs out to help disect Mark’s first time ever doing stand-up, pranking vs pretending, a political rant, and our first phone call to the show thanks to Todd Glass.
Talk show host Mo Egger drops in to talk about the Oscars, nerds at Comic Con, obscure 80s baseball players, and joins Josh in making fun of Mark and his marriage retreat. Plus, a joke from Ryan Dalton.
On this episode, Tom Simmons and Ryan Singer stop by to chat about the greatest prank Josh has ever pulled, our favorite Jamie Lissow stories, dating a shape shifter, and childhood fights. We also have a joke from Jon Fisch.
Josh is on the road in Cleveland, OH recording a show with friends Jon Fisch, Ryan Dalton, and Maria Borgio. This week, we talk about hot yoga, comedians getting electrocuted on stage, why you shouldn’t eat discount sushi, and does lettuce have juice? We also tell our favorite Bill Burr stories.
“Man in the Box” stars Bill Squire and Jim Tews, two up and coming comics from Cleveland stop by to chat with us. We talk about Jim’s new single life, skinny jeans, why Indiana Jones sucked (again), diets, and more.
Eddie Gossling and Matt Fulchiron are our guests this week. 90 minutes of hilarious conversation on everything from crazy website names to disgusting internet videos. We discuss Oscar films, meet Barack O’Cosby, and we have the world premiere of Eddie and Matt’s rap group’s first single, “Track 1″.
Comedian and Podcaster Dave Waite is our guest this week. On this episode, we discuss bad comedy club accomodations, bad podcasting techniques, how to talk to girls, and what it means to wear your creepy on the outside. Plus a joke from Geoff Tate.
Talented artist Darin Overholser joins Mark and Josh on the second episode. The fellas discuss ghost stories, ziploc omelettes, little people in a big world, and a whole lot more. Plus a joke from Mario DiGiorgio.
Geoff Tate joins Josh and Mark for the first episode of “Detention”. In this episode, the fellas discuss movies that stand the test of time, Christmas traditions, a joke from Jimmy Pardo, and whether “Sweet Home Alabama” = “A Christmas Story”.