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The Season’s Hottest New Podcasts

All of us here at the SoundsGood Audio Podcast Network are thrilled to announce our exciting new lineup of shows. Get amped for . . .

“Downton Crabbey”: Dave Grohl hosts this, for some reason! Every week, he and a guest break down an episode of “Downton Abbey,” from beginning to end, but the twist is that the hosts are all in super-bad moods.

“The Murder of Pinky Shaw”: This is just something that we have the copyright for, in case someone named Pinky Shaw is ever murdered, because we think it has a really mysterious ring to it.

“Bro-Yo”: The co-hosts Brock, Chet, and Thad have always had mad-crazy conversations, and one day it occurred to them, Why don’t we start a podcast?! So that’s exactly what they did, but they were confused about how recording works, so the show is Brock saying, “Here we go, fellas,” followed by thirty-two minutes of silence.

“Moby Shtick”: Just the electronica musician (and bald-guy icon) Moby reading out loud from “Moby-Dick.”

“Wait Time”: You know that thing on kids’ shows, like “Dora the Explorer,” where Dora will say something like “Can you find the banana?” and then stare at you in silence, giving you time to answer, and then say something like “Yes, the banana is in the backpack!” This is like that but for grownups who need to feel that they’re accomplishing something . . . anything.

“A Good Man Is Hard to Crime”: Twenty years ago, a terrible murder took place, but the police never solved it, and the killer went free. But that killer didn’t count on our crack team of reporters! Or we assume he didn’t, because we haven’t been able to figure out who he is, and I don’t know why you thought we would have been able to—our only previous radio experience was working as production assistants on “The Splendid Table.”

“Brokelahoma”: This was supposed to be a financial-advice podcast about bootstrapping your way to huge financial gains, but it’s on temporary hiatus, because Bryce’s dad is being a total dick and isn’t letting Bryce use his studio until Bryce stops hosting a segment called “I Literally Bought This Jacuzzi” from inside his dad’s Jacuzzi.

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“A Crime a Dozen”: In each episode, one of our twelve seasoned investigative journalists screams, “BUT ARE YOU SURE?” into a box of old case files.

“Old Bro Medicine Bro”: Keith and Keith’s brother—two brothers who just happen to be the world’s biggest Old Crow Medicine Show fans—bring you a week-by-week analysis of the band’s hit “Wagon Wheel,” dedicating an entire episode to each word of the lyrics, including twenty-eight episodes called “Rock.” You DON’T want to miss Episode 14 (“Into”), but you DO want to miss almost every “Rock” episode. They are bad!

“Beyond a Reasonable Trout”: We’re talkin’ all our favorite fish-related crimes. Everyone, chant our catchphrase with me: “There! Are! Three!”

“Cereal”: In the summer of 1999, someone ate all the marshmallows from the Lucky Charms box, leaving behind only the flavorless toasted oats. This show’s host is someone named Tara, and everyone agrees that she sounds an awful lot like Sarah Koenig plugging her nose and doing a bad Irish accent.

“Bronado Alley”: This soothing podcast is for anyone who drank too much and has the spins. In each episode, a reassuring voice will murmur things like “Remember, lying down makes it worse—you gotta get up, bud.”

“Doggie Barko”: This is a fan podcast that does a deep dive into the cult film “Donnie Darko,” but the twist is that you can always hear the host’s dog barking in the background, and it’s kind of distracting.

“Bro v. Wade”: Unapologetic male feminists give us their hot takes on women’s issues. Don’t miss Episode 11—“The Silent Episode”—in which the hosts, Chad and Wade, open the show by explaining that they’re going to take a step back and just listen, for once, and be completely silent for an hour. They make it five minutes.

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