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Podcasts by
Colorado Comedians

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A collection of people talking about nonsense. Based out of Denver, Slaughterhouse Studios is a podcast network with a variety of shows underneath its banner and production of live shows.

Come In We're Open with Austin Langely (Honest Conversations) --- Recreational Outrage (Comedy Interviews) --- Misinfomercials (Advice/Self Help) --- High Altitude Sports (Everything Sports) --- Permanently Unengaged (Comedic Relationship) --- YIKKIES!! The Podcast (Comedy/Life Discussion) --- Cruelty Carnage Crusade (Roast Battle Podcast) - Smoking or Non-Smoking - Was It Worth It?

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Pallet City Podcast is where comedians get asked questions and riff on the outlandish. Hosted by Garrett Nygren and produced by Slaughterhouse Studios. Based in Denver, comedians get down to funny business as they answer the world’s toughest questions.

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A group of aspiring comedians from the small ski-town of Steamboat Springs Colorado are working to create their own comedy scene far from the big city comedy clubs. This podcast is for them to show how they've managed to create a growing comedy culture in their own backyard, and how you can too!

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The Grawlix Saves The World is a comedy self-help podcast hosted by comedians Adam Cayton-Holland, Ben Roy, and Andrew Orvedahl, the creators of the television show “Those Who Can’t” on Hulu.

In every episode, the fellas challenge one another to “better the world by bettering themselves.” 


Sometimes the challenges have an earnest angle—performing random acts of kindness, trying to go without plastic for a week, donating blood, or writing letters to their younger selves (and reading them onstage to a live audience).

Other times, the challenges lean toward the absurd—watching every Fast & The Furious movie in one week, taking creativity tests after smoking marijuana on 4/20, confronting their fears by riding rollercoasters, or trying to improve their diction by slapping each other’s hands every time they say ‘like’ or ‘um’. 

And because laughter definitely makes the world a better place, every episode features stand-up comedy clips from their renowned live standup show, showcasing comics such as Josh Blue, Debra DiGiovanni, Ian Karmel, Eliza Skinner, Shane Torres, Nikki Glaser, and many, many more.

The boys also have a listener-supported Patreon where they offer ad-free episodes, bonus videos, photos, birthday shout-outs, and exclusive episodes of Boi Crazy, a delightfully silly pod-within-the-pod where these three forty-something dads earnestly appraise pop culture’s most beloved hunks.

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Denver comedians Matt Cobos and Patrick Richardson attempt to prove to the world they are the dumbest people on the planet. Low effort and high fun. Subscribe for a third, bonus episode each week at www.patreon.com/birthdaypiss

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