We dove headfirst into the comedy waters to offer you these choice podcast pearls clocking in under 30 minutes. If your sides start to hurt laughing, you may have just found your next binge-worthy comedy podcast!
If narrative, scripted comedy is your thing, check out BUBBLE, a series from the Maximum Fun Network. It features whip-smart dialogue around a group of monster-hunters set in a dystopian gig economy. If this snippet tickles your funny bone, you may end up trapped in the city of Fairhaven, too!
Welcome to the podcast of fictionalized town Branchburg, NJ, which "has many stories to tell, whether you'd like to hear them or not." In this snippet, the town's student body is scared straight when the fire department does a presentation on drunk driving before Prom. Ghosts encouraged.
This absurdist podcast could be described as a Cosmo article gone rogue. It's deadpan at its finest, skewering feminine tropes with hilarious results.
Steeped in the world of magic, WizWorld Live is "Earth's only talk show by wizards, for mortals." This tongue-in-cheek podcast interviews mystical characters. Hulking golem Boris Karlov drops by in this snippet, a surprisingly deep conversation for a mindless guardian brought to life from clay.
"World's greatest author" Chuck Tingle is on a mission to prove to you that love is real through his short stories known as "tinglers." Guests on the show perform tinglers of the comedic sort that raise eyebrows, like this snippet from Dane Terry, whose balls are haunted by a Bigfoot Pirate.
If you aren't getting enough calls from random weirdos, check out "Rotary," an improvised comedy podcast that follows outrageous characters through an endless rotation of phone conversations. This snippet features an inept employee creating danger on the road and a heartbroken guy who needs a banner.
Imagine a world where the toaster talks back. That's the premise behind Everything is Alive, a comedy podcast where even innate objects get a voice. In this snippet, Emmy the Pregnancy Test shares her hilarious enthusiasm about coming out of the box and just trying to stay positive.
This snippet features a monologue from Frank Sinatra's son...or at least a guy who THINKS he is Frank Sinatra's son. Intrigued yet? "Getting On" is a fictional comedy podcast comprised of monologues that are weird and wonderful. If you like a dash of sadness with your laughs, check this out.