A Comedy Podcast Compilation
Posted: February 4, 2023
In this installation of "Try Not To Laugh", we follow stand-up comedian, Bobby Lee, as he makes his rounds on the comedy podcast circuit and Joke Wrld has put together the best moments.
Bobby makes a guest appearance on the "Are You Garbage" podcast with H. Foley and Kevin Ryan where they talk about pets.
Next stop, Bobby joins fellow comedian, Mark Normand as a guest on "Something's Burning" with Bert Kreischer where they discuss cooking smash burgers with American cheese slices.
Then Bobby comes home to his own podcast, "Bad Friends" which he co-hosts with Andrew Santino where they have some fun with a fan who's stopped by. Skipping ahead, they circle back to talk about the Hedonism resort and a possible hypothetical career change.
Up next, Steph Tolev, welcomes Bobby to her podcast, "Steph Infection" where they morbidly banter about their preferred ways to die and in creating allure and mystique around it. Later on, they also cover the gruesome protesting styles of Vietnamese monks
Back in Bobby's domain, he is joined by Joe Derosa on his other podcast, "TigerBelly", as they try to decide on their hypothetical namesake sandwich.
After that, Bobby talks about an Asian version remake of Happy Days and their wish list of stars on the "Dropouts" podcast.
From there we bounce to Chris Distefano's podcast, "Chrissy Chaos" where they talk about Annie, but with a Korean take and visiting Korea.
Onwards, we stop in at "Not Cool with Sarah Hyland" Bobby recounts a story from the set of a movie with Jamie Lee Curtis.
The next clip is from "The Struggle with Candice Thompson" where Bobby rehashes a nightmare occurrence where he experienced a medical emergency from playing ping pong and the ensuing encounter with his doctor.
The final stop on our Bobby Lee tour takes us to Neal Brennan's podcast, "Blocks" where they talk about compromising in relationships.
Bobby Lee began his career in stand-up comedy in the early 1990s, and quickly gained a reputation for his energetic and irreverent style.... Show more