The Kirk Minihane Show is a daily podcast from America's most talented on-air personality, featuring Minihane's raw, uncensored commentary on sports, politics, culture, and things that matter. A former prisoner of corporate America, Minihane has been unleashed on an unsuspecting world. No one is safe. The PC culture has silenced many, but Minihane is ready to fight back. There is no other show like this one.
Marathon 4 hour show today. Kirk Minihane responds to Bob Murchison's latest pathetic attempt to ruin his life. Minihane checks in with his friends at Surf & Turf. Minihane, Blind Mike and Steve Robinson explains their problems with each other as well as when they lost their virginity. Turn out, some high schools are more sexualized than others and Blind Mike was too embarrassed to buy a condom and probably has a kid. MHB calls in to defend his honor against accusations that Rich Kelleher is now the more valuable Minifan. KFC calls in to talk about potentially relocating to Boston as part of a mass exodus of Barstool employees to HQ 2. Humor with Ronald Reagan.
Kirk Minihane has changed his mind about the NBA. He's now a big fan, especially of the Maine Red Claws. Getro Man responds to yesterday's Cynthia Dill interview. Minihane reacts to Barstool CEO Erika Nardini's tweet storm yesterday about the podcasting industry and, more importantly, the Minifans. Philadelphia Magazine writer Ernest Owens joins the show to talk about Dave Chappelle and the boundaries we should set for comedy. Rich Kelleher's prank calls place him ahead of MHB in the Minifan rankings. Bad radio from all over the United States.
Kirk Minihane enters the Twilight Zone. What began as confusion over the status of an old foe's Twitter account transformed into a timeless bit about an old partner's current travails. As Minihane explains at the beginning of today's show, this is an unusual episode. Minihane addresses his old hero Howard Stern's depressing performance on the Ellen Degeneres Show, #SlobGate, the most recent Minifan Show, Shirley Leung's recent column, and the China scandal roiling the NBA. Do-do-do-do-do...
Kirk Minihane offers his reviews of El Camino, the Breaking Bad movie, and Joker. Spoiler alert: Neither lived up to the hype. Section 10 producer Steven Perrault joins the show to admit that he was wrong to talk shit about Minihane behind his back. Ring, kissed. We can all move on. An insane liberal tries to get a man kicked off an airplane for wearing an "offensive" t-shirt. The Minifans make slight progress on Minihane's birthday prank calls. Minihane prepares to see his childhood hero Howard Stern debase himself with Ellen Degeneres.
This isn't a war Kirk Minihane sought out, but it's one he will fight -- and win. On today's show, Kirk Minihane discovers that one of Jared Carrabis' minions on the Section 10 podcast -- which Minihane graciously did while he was in New York -- went behind Minihane's back to shit all over him on some podcast. Carrabis' water boy Steve Perrault is about to discover that Minihane has eyes and ears everywhere. Earlier on the podcast, Minihane takes a trip into his producers' early careers: Steve Robinson as a stand up comedian and Blind Mike as the operator of a legendary Twitter account and sometimes podcast guest. Minihane reacts to CNN's LGBTQ town hall. The crew tallies how many states have been prank called by the Minifans. Plus: Rich Kelleher scores a victory and some very bad news for Dave Cullinane.
Kirk Minihane is back in Boston. After debriefing the trip to Barstool HQ in New York City, the boys decide they don't need to go back anytime soon. Ronan Farrow's new book publicizes never-before reported rape allegations against Matt Lauer -- and Lauer's response is stunning. Bill Simmons talks about the NBA, Hong Kong, Chinese censorship, Steve Kerr, and Gregg Popovich. Spoiler alert: Simmons is afraid to talk about China's mass violations of human rights. Minihane questions Blind Mike's loyalty over a comedy show. Dave Cullinane shows up at the end. Plus: Bad radio.
The conversation with Big Cat continues where it left off: With Kirk Minihane screaming at Steve Robinson to play bad radio -- much to Big Cat's delight. Big Cat tries his hardest to move from "work friends" to "friends" with Minihane, but he leaves the studio pining for a real text message rather than a DM. KFC joins the studio for a while and Minihane does not like getting tag teamed by two Barstool elders. Kevin Clancy ponders his future at Barstool and gets some negotiating advice from Minihane. Clancy declares himself the king of the Mincels.
Big Cat joins the Kirk Minihane Show in an attempt to heal the multiple divides between Kirk Minihane and the Barstool world. Steven Cheah, Chaps, Kmarko -- Big Cat insists they're all great guys, Minifans in the making. But no one thinks the Willie Colon relationship will ever mend. Minihane probes Big Cat on his podcasting success, how many downloads Pardon My Take gets, and how much money he makes. The two also talk fatherhood, death, fame and fortune.
Kirk Minihane is back in New York City, but he's not sure why. The boys break down their wonderful experience getting to NYC and the next few days at Barstool HQ. Plus, debriefing the Gerry Callahan episode, more prank calls, and more academic hysteria over The Joker. Jared Carrabis hops on at the end.
Blind Mike's predecessor Gerry Callahan returns to Kirk Minihane's side for a brawling, contentious, and uproarious guest appearance on the Kirk Minihane Show. Callahan, who was unceremoniously defenestrated at WEEI after 25 years as a staple of Boston morning radio, dishes on his exit from Entercom, his former colleagues, and his plans for the future. The EBT card in his wallet hasn't changed Callahan a bit. The two former titans of New England sports radio discuss John "Dino" Dennis, the news media, politics, Trump, movies, who should apologize to whom, Rich Kelleher, whose parents' deaths were more tragic, and more. This episode is worth skipping your yoga class.
Kirk Minihane has moved into his new studio, just like his producer promised. Steve Robinson meets the downstairs neighbor. A guest doesn't pan out as planned. The boys play some prank calls and discover that the WEEI morning show got hoaxed hard by "Mo Chanel." The media is salivating over the prospect of violence at screenings of The Joker. Blind Mike stalks his white whale... Francesa. Mike's FreeSportsbookPick.com lock of the week is the Eagles. Dave Cullinane is mad at Minihane and no one knows why.
Just over a year ago a crazed activist hell bent on destroying Kirk Minihane nearly drove him to the brink of insanity. Now, Minihane is laughing in his face. In today's episode, Minihane responds to millionaire left-wing radical Bob Murchison's latest pathetic attempt to give his life meaning by tormenting the people with whom he disagrees. The new tactic is to send supporters of the Kirk Minihane Show a collection of greatest hits from this very podcast. The KMS boys can't decide whether Bob is auditioning for an internship with Minihane or trying ruin more lives. One thing is clear though: Bob is a Minifan. (Also, he might be a Dave Cullinane guy...)
Kirk Minihane has abandoned Bob Hearts Abishola. The once-promising CBS sitcom has lost its charm after only one week. As such, Minifans are released from their sworn obligation to watch the show loyally. Minihane spends the morning jiggling church doors. WEEI, the Entercom station that once employed our own Podcast Jesus, is consumed with paranoia, infighting and conspiracy theories thanks to Blind Mike and the Minifans. Hillary Clinton tells us to leave Joe Biden alone. Shane Gillis might come on the show? Someone in Vietnam is trying to sell bootleg Minifan t-shirts. Minihane gets a lesson in gender theory from his new favorite podcast, Gender Reveal.
The Minifans have responded to Kirk Minihane's call to action and the result is dozens of confused sports talk radio hosts across the country. "What are you doing?" is the new social, political, and philosophical sensation sweeping the nation. The Boston Globe goes to war against jeans, meat, and Netflix. As Minihane and Blind Mike predicted, the SJWs have come for Eddie Murphy. Did his early apology give him cover? Or will his SNL invite eventually get pulled? Bob Hearts Abishola, the beloved CBS sitcom, is facing charges of racism. Plus: A media blogger says if you go watch The Joker you're only encouraging domestic terrorism.
Kirk Minihane talks to a two-million-dollar man. That's how much money Artie Lange was able to keep after a roller-coaster career, multiple brushes with law enforcement, and battles with heroin, meth, and cocaine addictions. Lange talks about his encounters with Andrew Dice Clay, Lorne Michaels, Norm Macdonald, and more. Blind Mike gets to the bottom of Lange's nose: Did he really snort glass? The crew also learns that Lange's relationship with Howard Stern is good (right now) and prostitutes are surprisingly accurate with hypodermic syringes. Find more info about Artie's tour here: https://www.artiequitter.com/
After spending four hours on hold and prank calling every radio show in New England, Blind Mike is triumphant. But not for long. Kirk Minihane recaps Mike's performance yesterday while his white whale -- Mike Francesa -- roams free. The crew reacts to Feitelberg's take on the Des Moines Register trying to ruin some normal guy's life. KFC and Carrabis say Minihane is the grandfather of Barstool Sports. Plus, Kirk Minihane wants to know what you're doing. Literally. We called everyone.
A reporter for the Des Moines Register dug up some old tweets from a man who is raising millions of dollars for a children's charity, and we all agree that's a dirtbag move. But what if a Minifan did the same thing to one of Minihane's enemies? That's the conundrum facing the Kirk Minihane Show today. Cousin Mike joins the show to talk about... Tony Kornheiser, whether Minihane can keep his cool during the Trial of the Century, and his often contentious relationship with his son, Dave Portnoy. Minihane's old casting couch pal Trenni Kusnierek shares some Antonio Brown hot takes on WBUR. Former Minifan President MHB drops in to tell hilarious jokes, slander Steve Robinson, and defend his honor. The Minifans respond to Minihane's call to action.
Kirk Minihane has had it with the Minifans. In the middle of his Culture War, when they're supposed to be prank calling other radio shows, generating content, and embarrassing his enemies, they are instead obsessing like nerdy high school kids over Blind Mike's fake groupie. Enough. Also on today's show: Fox News apologizes after The Daily Wire's Michael Knowles calls Swedish environmentalist Greta Thunberg a "mentally ill six-teen-year-old," the boys re-cap the premier of Bob Hearts Abishola, and The Emmys fall to the lowest rating ever recorded.
NBC News was triggered by a few comments on a Barstool Sports story about Antonio Brown. In response to that hit piece, Kirk Minihane would like to remind you that NBC is the former home of Bill Cosby, Matt Lauer, Mark Halperin, and other well-known feminist heroes. He'd also like to remind you that NBC News President Noah Oppenheim spiked Ronan Farrow's story about Harvey Weinstein because he wanted to sell a screenplay. So who has the toxic office culture? Also on today's show: Gerry Callahan makes his first appearance, Blind Mike has a groupie, and Bob Hearts Abishola.
The day we've all been waiting for: The long promised hot dog eating contest. Will Steve Robinson prove himself or will the house of lies he's built come crashing down? But first: Minihane's old sports radio competitors stepped up to question a Boston Globe columnist about his paper's flagrant hypocrisy on the Antonio Brown story and KFC proves he's truly fallen down the Minifan rabbit hole.
Kirk Minihane has another daughter today after podcast titan Ellie Schnitt, host of Schnitt Talk, accepted his offer of adoption. The pair are now united and allied against their mutual enemies at Barstool Sports. Boston Globe columnist Shirley Leung is back with an outrageous public radio interview where she achieves previously unknown levels of hypocrisy while talking about Antonio Brown and Jeff Epstein. WBUR's Jim Braude makes a surprise guest appearance. Tomorrow is the First Annual Steve Robinson Hot Dog Eating Contest and Robinson isn't nearly excited enough.
Kirk Minihane has had a tumultuous couple of months at Barstool Sports, but things might be moving toward peace time. That's the key takeaway from Minihane's morning chat with Barstool founder and former dog owner Dave Portnoy. Although Portnoy admits that Team Minihane has been right about every single disagreement and conflict they've had with management since June, he refused to apologize, probably because he's still dealing with the grief of his dog dying -- grief that has been exacerbated by devious Minifans. Also on today's show: Minihane tries to process a vicious and unprovoked attack from podcast titan Ellie Schnitt, Steve Robinson forces some Ben Shapiro on Minihane, and the trial of the century -- Mayor Curtatone v. Minihane -- looms large.
Kirk Minihane reacts to Saturday Night Live's decision to fire comedian Shane Gillis over incendiary jokes he told on a podcast. Has PC Culture claimed another victim or did SNL do the right thing? Regardless, one thing is clear: Feitelberg doesn't care. According to his commentary in today's KFC Radio, the whole PC mob and cancel culture are vastly overrated and comedians like Dave Chappelle are just hung up on it. Minihane disagrees. Plus, Sports Illustrated published an overblown story about Antonion Brown. Here's the lede: Brown's an asshole.
Kirk Minihane loathes the Boston Globe and all of their dishonest, unethical, and shoddy writers. From Red Sox-worshipping profiles to inane Antonio Brown hot takes, the Globies are really outdoing themselves lately. The John Henry sports media conglomerate continues chugging along and most everyone looks the other way. Blind Mike defends the latest addition to Saturday Night Live. Joe Biden spins another yarn about his arch nemesis Corn Pop. The New York Times reignites a vicious smear campaign against Justice Brett Kavanaugh -- followed by an embarrassing correction. The wheels are in motion for the First Annual Steve Robinson Hot Dog Eating Contest, but Robinson isn't very confident. By the way, Kirk Minihane is a great father.
Barstool Sports' KFC joins the Kirk Minihane Show to talk about sports talk radio, Dave Portnoy, the corporate transformation of Barstool, his parking ticket problem, his feud with Minifan Show host MHB, and more. In the end, there can be no doubting KFC is a thoroughbred Minifan.
Kirk Minihane doesn't care about Caroline Calloway -- or Instagram, for that matter. He's far more interested in new developments in the budding bromance between Rich Kelleher and MHB and the simmering feud between MHB and his alleged doxxer KFC. It's all Minifan madness. Plus: More Antonio Brown fall out, Blind Mike talks shit about a disabled man, Minihane schedules a hot dot eating contest to see what Robinson is made of, and a Weymouth superintendent goes to war against school spirit.
Kirk Minihane addresses the rape accusation leveled against controversial New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown by his former trainer. Minihane predicts Brown will never play as a Patriot. Minihane gets a refresher course on the top Barstool Sports podcasts, Schnitt Talk and Call Her Daddy, and responds to Dave Portnoy's comments on Barstool Radio yesterday regarding the Kmarko flap. A new bad radio personality enters the world and a Blind Mike character is born. Minihane teases a big show announcement.
Barstool Sports Editor-in-Chief Kmarko calls Kirk Minihane "two-faced" and Steve Robinson "a dick" during an on-air exchange about a censored blog post. While Kmarko stopped shortly of offering up a richly deserved apology, he did at least admit he was wrong and that he treated Robinson like a dick. Also on today's show: Robinson gets pranked hook-line-and-sinker by DEC posing as Drunk John Dennis, Kelleher v. Cullinane fall out, and the Boston Globe continues to run cover for the baseball arm of the John Henry Conglomerate.
Kirk Minihane is chaffing at the editorial oversight of Barstool Sports, but that's barely even a blip in today's episode of the Kirk Minihane Show. The real headline? Rich Kelleher is fucking crazy. Two heavyweights of the Minifan Universe, Dave Cullinane and Kelleher, squared off today live and in person. Were we worried that one of them brought a gun? Yes. Are we still worried? Yes. Is Blind Mike dead somewhere right now. Chances are good. But the King of the Crazies wouldn't have it any other way.
Kirk Minihane talks to Andrew Dice Clay about his career, modern comedy, PC culture, Muhammad Ali, Rodney Dangerfield, Dave Chappelle, Michael Jackson, Bill Cosby, Jerry Seinfeld, Howard Stern, banana juice, fatherhood, and life. Also, Blind Mike is there.
CNN's climate change town hall last night was a spectacle in pandering bullshit. From Joe Biden's bloody eyeball and Kamala Harris wanting to ban plastic straws to Mayor Pete's invocation of WWII, all Kirk Minihane saw was a cast of raving buffoons. He was much more interested in Steve Robinson's history of competitive hotdog eating and a new fan podcast all about him -- and a little bit about Blind Mike. William Bendetson joins for some insights into death and football. The Boston Globe published a new story claiming that subtle post-#MeToo discrimination against women in the workplace is now more "insidious" than the good ole days of Harvey Weinstein, Charlie Rose and Matt Lauer (all future guests on The Blind Mike show, by the way).
Professors at the University of Kansas are trying to run Chick-fil-a off campus in the name of inclusivity, but Kirk Minihane just wants some waffle fries with a side of good Christ-like politeness. The humorless "journalist" class collects another scalp over a three-year-old Facebook joke. Blind Mike's mom is fair game again now that he's got a lucrative contract from Barstool Sports. Minihane is starting to think Steve Robinson is a psychopath. The boys have decided on a new network television show to watch together. Plus, Blind Mike's got a new podcast idea.
Kirk Minihane had a rough Labor Day weekend. While most Americans were drinking beer and playing corn hole, Minihane was dealing with one crazy after another in this bizarre cult he's running. Former interim producer turned freelance sales specialist Dave Cullinane went off the deep end and threatened to quit running Minihane's Instagram for free. MHB had his livelihood threatened by some insane internet troll. Blind Mike's negotiations with Barstool Sports are not going well and Minihane's not happy to be in the middle of it. Also today: More fall out from Dave Chappelle's Netflix comedy special, racism at Starbucks, and the boys search for a new network television show they can watch together.
Kirk Minihane is getting worried about his former/interim producer turned junior assistant sales associate. Is it time to have him back in for an on-air intervention? Minihane fights Steve Robinson over religion and winds up discovering the hidden realm of inter-faith comedy. Do you have aunts or aunts? Another American governor wore blackface, so what now? A terrible new podcast becomes a blessing in disguise as Blind Mike's latest character is born.
We've got photographic evidence of Kirk Minihane's childhood dancing. Barstool's college football guy joins the show to defend his pals. The Minifan Show dominates Barstool Radio as MHB, a.k.a. Fat Jon, is doxxed. Bad prank phone calls. Plus, you won't believe the wacky deal one Boston area food joint is touting.
Kirk Minihane has plenty of experience with spineless whiney journalists who run around ruining the lives of those who dare question them. So when New York Times columnist Bret Stephens stomped on a professor for comparing him to bed bugs, Kirk paid special attention. On this epic episode of the Kirk Minihane Show, Minihane takes on the privileged elite in the media, his frenemies at Barstool, his former interim producer, and a few people who just looked at him funny.
Dave Chappelle's new Netflix special is facing criticism from all corners, which means Blind Mike is asking the important question: Why is Louis C.K. getting such a bum rap? On today's episode, Kirk Minihane discovers Steve Robinson's tattoo, we learn something life-changing about Minihane, and the boys find a new cheesy radio segment. Plus reaction to the John McAfee interview, President Trump's new primary challenger, and an important update on Blind Mike's career.
Golf champion Kirk Minihane has cured prostate cancer, but he's trying to stay humble. On today's podcast, the boys reflect on a wild week filled with tragedy and ultimately triumph. Benjamin Allbright, the man who almost got Dave Portnoy to fire Steve Robinson and Kirk Minihane, has apologized. Kind of. MHB's mind unravels before our very ears.
A wild week for the Kirk Minihane Show became curiouser and curiouser last evening as the boys dined and gambled at Foxwoods. Minihane provides the latest on what should be the final resolution to the Benjamin Allbright saga. Blind Mike and Steve Robinson tore it up last night with some Minifans. Mike tells a story about Mama Geary that doesn't do as he planned and walks us through is riveting phone call with Dave Portnoy.
Kirk Minihane is a real American hero. Just ask the Minifans who have been sliding into Uncle Chaps' DMs. On today's episode, Minihane relishes in providing Barstool Radio with yet another day of wall-to-wall controversy and content. We revisit Dave Portnoy's assessment of the "Minihane Situation" and Chaps is a changed man after a few calls from the Minifans. Blind Mike is again on the ropes, some might say destitute. So now he's whoring himself out on Cameo like he's no better than Brian Scalabrine. At the end of the day, Minihane knows who are is friends and who are his enemies.
You will learn a lot you didn't know about Kirk Minihane on today's episode. From outer space to presidential assassinations, he's seen it all -- and don't you dare fucking question him. Minihane reacts to Zero Blog Thirty's defense of a Colorado radio host. A whale of a Pittsburgh radio host picks a new fight with Blind Mike. Minihane finds a new Radio.com show that he actually likes. We find out that Minihane has been spending his spare time working on a novel, but he won't tell us his pen name. The Minifans' madness reaches a boiling point.
Kirk Minihane and his team caused some trouble over the weekend by investigating a story and asking questions. On today's show, Minihane reacts to the fallout on social media and at Barstool Sports, and ponders his future. Minihane and Blind Mike discover new bad radio to love -- or hate. Still no baby Cullinane, but he's ready to step up when Steve Robinson gets fired.
Kirk Minihane is back from his semi-vacation in Maine to address a busy week in the Barstool world. First, Minihane is anti-union and it has nothing to do with his fat contract and swollen bank account. This is about principle. The fracas between the Union Buster formerly known as Davey Mouse and AOC has Minihane making a bold prediction: Dave Portnoy will one day be the Commander-in-Chief. Minihane makes two big show announcements, Blind Mike inches closer to a contract, and a sports radio host from Colorado decides to go to war with the Minifans.
Kirk Minihane is a man of the people. So every once in a while he likes to answer all the listeners' questions. On today's mailbag edition of the show, Minihane talks about his financial relationship with Barstool Sports, fields complaints from Blind Mike and Steve Robinson, and previews future developments in the Kirk Minihane World. Plus we learn about that time Mike masturbated in a public restroom.
Esquire magazine is apparently still a thing. We only know this because the editors put out a list of "The 15 Best Sports Podcasts of 2019" and completely ignored every Barstool Sports podcast. On today's episode, Kirk Minihane listens to the shows Esquire thinks are "the best" and Blind Mike breaks out his NPR voice.
Kirk Minihane was delighted to take Blind Mike and Steve Robinson to Miltons at Chestnut Hill for a little clothes shopping and shop talk. There's nothing he enjoys more than spending time outside of the studio with his dedicated team of professionals. Well, he might enjoy breaking down Willie Colon's appearance on Good Morning America more.
Kirk Minihane is a fiend for bad radio. He loves it more than Blind Mike loves getting one-on-one time with his dad. Today we scour the world of shitty morning radio shows for Minihane to critique. From hilarious prank phone calls to interviews with psychics, Minihane offers his candid assessment of some of the best morning radio in major markets. On a related note, Minihane reacts to the MAJOR news from his old employer, Entercom (no, not the missed revenue target and the collapsing share price): The newly announced release at some unnamed point in the future of 65-hours a week of high-quality sports content! We're all thinking it: Minihane really regrets coming to Barstool...
Kirk Minihane has won the battle, but will Dave Portnoy join him in the war? Minihane talk dominated two hours of Barstool Radio yesterday after he told some hard truths on The Kirk Minihane Show. Today, Minihane recaps his contentious fight with Portnoy, declares victory, and gives his fans insight into what comes next. Also, Blind Mike is getting paid and Greg Hill is still on the air.
The activist who successfully cowed Kirk Minihane's old employer into ruining the top-rated morning drive program in New England has followed him to Barstool. Following a tense interview Monday on Barstool Radio about the activist, Minihane isn't pleased with Dave Portnoy.
Some people delight in causing misery for others. Bob Murchison is one of those people. For nearly three years, Bob has stalked Kirk Minihane and tried to ruin his life. On today's show, Minihane talks about the one year anniversary of his institutionalization, his struggle against lunatic activists, and the "state of the union" now that he's at Barstool Sports.
War has broken out in the Kirk Minihane World. Minifan Show Host MHB, following his poetic decapitation at the hands of Minihane's producer, is rattled but bent on revenge. The first week of The Greg Hill Show on WEEI has been a wild success -- for Minihane. Arch nemesis Shirley Leung, an activist who works for the Boston Globe, has returned with her second "This is Racist" column of the week. Now, the Boston Herald is in her crosshairs over a punny front-page splash. War of Roses returns. Minihane's ominous ending note will linger over the weekend.
Kirk Minihane sets out to explore new feuds in the Minifan World and ends up discovering his love of poetry. The guy from Saved by The Bell is apologizing for expressing his opinion on a hot button issue. Blind Mike is ratcheting up his efforts to get paid, but Minihane's not ready to fork over his own credit card. The worst morning radio show in history sinks further with the worst interview of the most boring person in Boston. Maybe someone could chronicle the fall of WEEI in some form of literature?
Kirk Minihane is a benevolent man. He displayed it today with his motherly gentleness towards Blind Mike after yesterday's outbreak of fake news. We learn how fond Minihane is of dead air... when he hears it on his old station. Kirk enjoys some Big Time Baseball. Blind Mike impresses us all with his super human grasp of American history. A still unshaven Steve Robinson sneaks in a honeymoon story. Now, more than ever, the crew needs sensitivity training.
Kirk Minihane is obsessed and he's done pretending. Is it healthier for him to move on from the WEEI debacle? Would it be better for his new Barstool Show? Would it help is old friends? Yeah, maybe. But he doesn't care. He's enjoying the talentless misery his enemies are choking on right now. Plus, Joe Rogan is in hot water (maybe?). Steve Robinson refuses to shave until Blind Mike gets paid. Kirk explores Mike's mommy issues.
WEEI has added a new chapter to their remarkable story of self-destruction, and Kirk Minihane is enjoying it like a true professional. Minihane and Blind Mike pan the debut of The Greg Hill Show and explore the new developments in liberal activists' war on entertaining radio. A nemesis from the Boston Globe has returned with a pathetic -- and entirely predictable -- take on craft beer. Minihane reviews the new Tarantino flick. Minihane's long-forgotten producer (no, the other one) returns to America.
Kirk Minihane has had to battle through three weeks with an interim producer while his actual producer has been out on a delayed honeymoon. As only Kirk can, he says his goodbye's by doing an impression of his interim producer talking to his real producer in varying different accents. You'll either love it or hate it but Kirk doesn't care anyway.
Kirk Minihane came in Thursday in a mood and in true Kirk fashion, as soon as he finished his first Roman read (thank you Roman! Go to GetRoman.com/Kirk), he unleashed on Blind Mike for authorizing t-shirt designs without his approval. The guys also dive deep into the Linda Marks catalog and Interim Producer Dave is forced to relive a pitch he made to Kirk before the Barstool experience launched.
After months of badgering, Kirk Minihane caves to Blind Mike and gets him a job interview on the show directly with CEO Erika Nardini. Mike pitches himself like only he can. The guys also talk about Linda Marks beautifully moving tribute song to David Ortiz.
Ratings. Wealth. Taking down phony journalists. They all used to mean something to Kirk Minihane but not today. Today, Kirk gets to live out a dream. A dream that almost happened some time ago but wasn't meant to be. That dream was talking to in his words, "the greatest actress who ever lived." That can only be one person. The lovely Brandi Love.
Kirk Minihane has done a lot of things on the radio but scripted radio bits isn't one of them. Today, Kirk examines the ultimatum for Blind Mike and speculates on whether a certain radio talent within the Entercom walls is responsible for it. Kirk and Mike proceed to analyze a wacky radio bit and showcase their ability to do it themselves. They also discuss the unnecessary backlash towards Sean Spicer at the PawSox game, Eddie Murphy's possible $70 million Netflix deal & much more.
Kirk Minihane interviews Malcolm LaVergne, attorney for OJ Simpson. LaVergne has been outspoken on his criticism of Kim Goldman, host of the Confronting OJ Simpson Podcast. Kirk challenges LaVergne on his response to Goldman given all that she and her family have gone through. Kirk also discusses Jared Carrabis doubling down on his statement that he introduced Kirk to podcasting and the guys share breaking news about Blind Mike's employment situation.
Kirk Minihane, a man who has been at the top of the radio mountain, apparently has one person to thank for that success... Jared Carrabis. Kirk responds to the fallout from his fight with Willie Colon and goes through embarrassing audio of a Shirley Leung yesterday where she tries to argue ratings were the reason for the removal of Gerry Callahan.
Kirk Minihane kept his head down and did what was asked of him. Known for being a team player, Minihane made numerous appearances across Barstool Radio yesterday, highlighted by CCK, where Willie Colon made the uncomfortable decision to try to intimidate Minhane but failed miserably. Today, Minihane and Blind Mike discuss the trip to New York and have it out with Willie in a simulcast of The Kirk Minihane Show and (soon to be Kirk's next show) Barstool Breakfast.
Kirk Minihane took a train to New York City to finally get a competent co-host, and is joined by KFC to talk about Merloni, Francesa, Erika's email to the entire company, Call Her Daddy, Mikey's cousin, Dave's vacation, heroine on 7th avenue, and all the other related Barstool gossip. Kirk has a very busy day ahead of him with the Barstool Gold AMA that he is very much looking forward to. Sorry to Kirk's producers.
Kirk Minihane spent years helping set the dialogue for the city with Gerry Callahan. Today, Kirk reacts to Fridays news that he predicted, that Entercom & WEEI are parting ways with Gerry. Kirk goes deep on where he places blame for the crumbling of WEEI, raging against Entercom management, the activist Bob Murchison, the Boston Globe and the Red Sox.
Kirk Minihane felt compelled to address the dramatic ratings drop of his old employer. He turned over the marketing keys to Blind Mike for the his upcoming Barstool Gold AMA, Mike revisits Hour 2 of the Michelle Carter Documentary, Angry Bagel Guy Has More Videos Out There And A Minifan Crosses a Line.
Kirk Minihane demanded that his sidekick Blind Mike and interim producer Dave Cullinane watch the HBO documentary 'I Love You, Now Die.' He discusses his hatred of Michelle Carter while balancing Mike's defense of her. He also discusses recent turmoil with Barstool over promotion and the guest booking process, two things that truly can only help the show. He wraps up by getting such a bad pitch by his irrelevant interim producer to include the One Man Thrillride in the show, that he now loves the One Man Thrillride.
Kirk Minihane struggles as he battles through listening to former interim producer on 'The Minifan Show.' He also dives deeper into Howard Stern's GTD Lecture and plays back Howard's recent rant on Wendy Williams. A little tension forms with Kirk tells his current interim producer to disregard Barstool's Guest Booking Protocol. Oh and Blind Mike likes bad movie talk, if you give a shit about that sort of thing.
Kirk Minihane details a strange voicemail he received from his old interim producer Mark Moroso on July 4th evening. He also discusses the leaked Howard Stern 59-minute video on YouTube with Blind Mike taking aim at the changes The King of All Media has made throughout the years.
Kirk Minihane's had his own battles with mental health. In today's episode of the Kirk Minihane Show, Minihane talks with legendary pro wrestler Tommy Dreamer. Dreamer takes us inside the strange world of professional wrestling and talks about the time he contemplated taking a gun to WrestleMania for a murder-suicide.
Kirk Minihane talks to former Barstool Sports employee Francis Ellis about his recent job loss and the blog that set it in motion. (Interview starts at 38:25.) Blind Mike defends himself after a mild attack from the Minifans. Steve Robinson bids the show adieu as he heads to Europe for his honeymoon. Minihane continues to marvel at the universe of madness collecting around him.
Kirk Minihane admits he got a little angry last week and went too far in attacking... Gerry Callahan. Minihane accepts the apology of his producer after last week's throw down. Did El Pres make the right call in firing former Barstool Sports writer Francis Ellis? Minihane and Blind Mike disagree. Minihane also disagrees with the decision of his former employer to spike a column critical of Julian Edelman's new documentary. A New York Times story about gender reveal parties pisses Minihane off almost as much as the media orgy over a bunch of millionaires playing baseball in a different country.
Kirk Minihane's producer tries to put family talk off-limits and Minihane is not pleased. Kingpin Pete returns for more jail talk. What's it like getting arrested with $20k in cash and drugs? What should you smuggle up your ass to get the best value? Which prison work details are the best? What the fuck is mufungo cake? Blind Mike's stand-up routine does not disappoint. Plus Sue O'Connell joins the show for the second time this week, but this time she's facing the imminent cancellation of her own NECN program.
Kirk Minihane is not ready to let the HBO hit piece on Barstool Sports go. He returns for day two with extensive research on Bryant Gumbel's reported history of sexually harassing female co-workers -- and even dangling dead mice in their faces. Minihane sympathizes with Portnoy's disappointment in the NYC crew's attire at the Barstool Awards. After the hilarious stand-up comedy performance Blind Mike delivered on Wednesday, Minihane forces him to prepare his own original routine for tomorrow. Hilarity will ensue. Maybe. Minihane reacts to the first Democratic presidential debate. He was not impressed -- but then again, he can't remember the last time he was. Minihane talks about Bob Kraft's alleged handy plus new faux outrage in Boston media.
Kirk Minihane didn't love the pathetic hatchet job Bryant Gumbel and Soledad O'Brien produced last night for HBO on his new employer. Blind Mike joins to break down this sad excuse for journalism. Minihane searches in vane for idiots to defend HBO and explains why he spiked an interview with conservative firebrand Candace Owens after she backed down from a controversial take on flag burning. Fresh off the lucrative sale of his most recent work of art, Blind Mike reveals that he has not met his girlfriend's parents after seven months of dating. Minihane pans his producer's decision to take a 3-week honeymoon in Europe.
Kirk Minihane tried to play nice with his former colleagues, but an unprovoked attack on The Kirk Minihane Show sets him off. Blind Mike joins as Minihane downloads on his old station and its staff. A Minihane lackey scores an interview with Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone and Minihane grades Minifan Show host MHB's performance last week. Host of NECN's The Take Sue O'Connell explains Gay Reparations to the crew.
New England Patriots beat reporter William Bendetson joins Kirk Minihane in studio for a life changing moment. Bendetson tells his story -- from lost love to college sex, from his biggest Pats scoops to his career as an ambulance-chasing attorney. Minihane reveals that he is now committed to finding Bendetson the woman he will one day marry. Conservative writer Carmine Sabia joins Minihane to defend his claim that President Donald Trump couldn't have possible raped E. Jean Carroll in the mid-1990s because Carroll is ugly and Trump bangs supermodels. Minihane updates us on the contest for his attention playing out among his former producers. One of them ate dog food. The wet kind.
Week one is in the bag, but Minihane is wondering: Why do crazy people gravitate to him? Minihane talks about some of the things he hates - photographs, traveling, and other people. MHB brings the almost-spiked audio an Ellie Schnitt interview plus newly unearthed audio of Minihane's sports talk days. The battle to shank Minihane's producer and steal his job continues. The crew reflects on the most successful first week in the history of podcasting.
A failed assassination attempt, Blind Mike babysits, and a near brush with contagious gingivitis. After Minihane's wildly successful press conference in Somerville yesterday, the crew breaks down what went wrong. Will Minihane's lunatic stalker ruin every public appearance? Is it time to get a restraining order? Minihane is introduced to the brave new world of Barstool Sports' most popular sex-obsessed podcasts.
Prison butt sex... will Kirk enjoy it? How do chicks squirt? Should Kirk join a prison gang? These are just some of the questions explored on the third episode of the world-famous Kirk Minihane Show. Plus, Getro Man makes his first appearance.
Step aside Julian Assange. Go fuck yourself Jim Acosta. Who gives a shit about the Pentagon Papers. The most persecuted journalist in America is Kirk Minihane, host of Barstool Sports' The Kirk Minihane Show.Following the extraordinarily successful launch of his new show, which immediately ranked #1 in the Sports and Recreation category, Kirk Minihane was the subject of a terrifying campaign of intimidation and anti-First Amendment pigheadedness led by a powerful government official, the mayor of some city in Massachusetts.In today's show, Minihane reacts to the news that Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone is suing him and Barstool Sports over his hilarious prank call. From his discovery of the lawsuit to his compelling conversations with his new bosses, Minihane offers the minute-by-minute break down of the most harrowing day of his journalistic career. Will he end up in court? Will he go to jail? Who will his prison boyfriend be?To answer these questions, Minihane assembles his crack legal team, including Pats beat writer Dave Brown and the inimitable William Bendetson. Blind Mike joins Minihane in-studio to audition as the most important member of the legal team, courtroom sketch artist.
America's most compelling on-air personality is back. In his debut at Barstool Sports, Kirk Minihane settles some scores with old enemies, telling the truth about his battles with politically correct social justice warriors, the Boston Red Sox and the Boston Globe. Minihane's enemies may have successfully deplatformed him from dying terrestrial radio, but he will have the last laugh. Speaking of laughs... How is Minihane adjusting to his new life as a nomadic podcaster? What kind of porn is he into these days? How long will his new producer endure the abuse? All this and more as Kirk Minihane begins the new saga in his quest to confront everything and captivate everyone.
The Kirk Minihane Show is a daily podcast from America's most talented on-air personality, featuring Minihane's raw, uncensored commentary on sports, politics, culture, and things that matter. A former prisoner of corporate America, Minihane has been unleashed on an unsuspecting world. No one is safe. The PC culture has silenced many, but Minihane is ready to fight back. There is no other show like this one.