This is the ONLY podcast Iâve listened to that I have not (at some point or another) lost interest in. I look forward to the new episodes every week and have re-listened to the series a few times and itâs always just as funny. Itâs such a refreshing and unique comedy show that canât be touched and never loses momentum.
Just discovered this 3 years later but so glad I did! Canât stop listening ðð¼
I listened to the first 20 episodes and I really wanted to like this one. The idea is imaginative and had lots of potential. I found that after about 20 episodes, I didnât know as much about the magical land of Foon as I would expect. The topics discussed seemed to just be rambling and attempts to throw off the other actors. (Iâm sure itâs mostly improv) in short love the idea, I just did not like how they presented it.
If you love long form improv youâll love this podcast. If you donât love long form improv youâll probably still enjoy it.
I've been archive-binging for the last week or so, and I'm hooked. Funny, unique improv, interesting guests (both in terms of the weird characters and the voice actors playing them) and it's fun to see this ridiculous fantasy world slowly start to form over time. I wish endless success upon these podcasters, I hope their potatoes are always spiced and their coins are free of curses.
I was hooked after the first 2 episodes; absolutely hilarious. Canât wait to dive into the weird world of Foon.
Man I love this so much. I need to strong-arm all my friends into listening to it!
Very accessible to nerds and non-nerds alike! Dry and subtle jokes as well as a hilarious sincerity! Gosh, I love Chunt.
I havenât laughed this hard with such frequency in a long time. Subscribed.
Love it! Keep up the great work!