I had the good fortune to return to the amazing SUPEREGO podcast last week. If you’ve not heard it before, please do yourself the favor and listen. The Superego podcast is a strong candidate for funniest, most creative thing I know of. The four guys, Matt Gourley, Jeremy Carter, Mark McConville and Jeff Crocker, who comprise Superego might be geniuses. Like their SAT scores were probably perfect and they’re probably terrible at relationships and live in hovels, but they probably solve complex math problems with a marker on windows, etc. Y’know, geniuses. The GREAT news is that they put their amazing skills to no good use; instead they make a podcast so funny I can only listen to it on the toilet or while wearing a diaper or out in the woods naked.
Notice I haven’t gone into any specific detail about what they do or how they do it. Notice I also haven’t wiped your ass, you lazy ingrate. Just listen to the podcast. In this episode, I guest star as author Sue Grafton, and the things we improvised are so weird I’m actually concerned about my future employability.
Also, I’ll say that the more I listen to Superego, the better I get at comedy, in case that’s something you’re interested in. These guys are lower-case “h” heroes to me. (Upper case “H” heroes to me are metal bands and grandmothers and shit, not whippersnappers.)
FINALLY, other esteemed guests on this episode include:
Paul F. Tompkins - Dan Harmon - Steve Agee - Kevin Murphy - Bill Corbett - Jeff Bryan Davis
If you’re so inclined, please “reblog” this blogg so that others may learn about Superego. Thanks!