Brendan Clancy returns for an old-school style Mailtime. The guys update the Cube Survival Guide from 2013 and bring back all the old favorite segments from One Minute Man, Science Says and Daily Mail.
|It's the first episode from the brand new Barstool podcast studio. KFC, Big Cat, & Feits talk BC's apparent love of killing animals, girls' attire at football games, and more.|
With the opening of the Barstool office, it's back to the cubes for KFC after seven years of living the blog life. Feitelberg joins him on the show this week to talk about them going to a Kanye concert, all the fallout from that and what being in the office will be like. At the end, there's a bonus clip of Kevin trying to convince his wife to change the date of their daughter's birthday.
|It's the final episode (hopefully) using Skype. A true end of an era. KFC, Big Cat and Clem pay tribute by talking tailgate season, fighting lions or wolves, dating a girl strictly for access to the pizza, and more.|
In the first ever crossover episode of Mailtime, Kevin sits down with comedian Josh Wolf from the Fairly Normal podcast and Chelsea Lately for a 90 minute conversation on everything from having kids, Stevie Wonder and Helen Keller both being hoaxes, peeing in public and more.
|KFC's on vacation in the Hamptons but the podcast never sleeps so him, Feits, and Clem are back for another round of KFC Radio. They talk listener tweets, whether or not Justin Bieber jerks off, what to do if a GF founds old nudes, and more.|
Tiko Texas joins KFC to talk about her point of view on all the situations around the Olympics, why we should give a fuck about Frank Ocean's new album, Kanye writing a poem about McDonalds, her government conspiracy theories, the new Barstool office and much more.
|KFC, Feits, and Chaps talk basic life skills everyone should know, whether they'd take money or a gold medal, and Chaps explains what he calls "Sun Shirts"|
A corrupt police force. A braindead swimmer. A stupid catchphrase. A gas station with piss on the floor. Somehow all of these elements have conspired to create a legitimate international incident and one of the biggest news stories of the past month. But what truly happened in Rio, Brazil the past week with Olympian Ryan Lochte? We decided to investigate. From KFC Radio and Barstool Sports, this is Jeahrial.
On this week's episode of Mailtime KFC is joined by Kmarko as they talk about the Barstool meeting of the minds at Dave's Nantucket house and how Dave is somewhat tolerable when he's in vacation mode. They get into Kmarko's new Barstool title of "Editor-in-Chief" and how he feels very official with that name. They then discuss how KFC has gotten Barstool sued approximately 1,000 times, they debate what you're supposed to do at a concert, and then break down their top 7 favorite movies and TV shows of all time.
|Alex Rodriguez. Fascinating. Controversial. Talented. Insecure. Best ever. You can use many adjectives to describe the man who served as a the preeminent lightning rod for baseball, America's past time, the past 20 years. As his career comes to a close this Friday, we look back on and try to make sense of the man who changed baseball forever.|
This week of Mailtime, Kevin is joined by a woman who MANY of are probably familiar with her work, porn superstar Asa Akira. Kevin and Asa talk about how they started interacting, having relationships as a porn star, competitiveness in the industry, people always asking personal questions, and much more.
Uncle Chaps, the newest Barstool employee, makes his debut on KFC Radio. Chaps, KFC and Clem talk whether or not it's cool to hit on your friend's ex if that friend is now gay, sports ex-rivals and more.
Fresh off of watching the Mets beatdown of the Yankees in Citi Field, Kevin is joined by Barstool New York blogger and childhood friend from City Island JJ (@BarstoolJJ) to talk about hangovers once you're old, all the new ways to smoke weed, a girl who gave Kevin a hug and cried at a Barstool event and much more.
It's the last episode for the Cat Cave, as KFC, Big Cat, & Feits talk the NYC move, as well as some voicemails. Topics include double texting girls, twitter through time, and how long it would take to drink the contents of an above ground pool.
Kevin and Sean Ryan (@radioseanryan) sit down to talk about all the things they wish were socially acceptable. They cover everything from taking baths for men to asking people how much money they make to totally rethinking relationships. Then, Mike Auriemma-legendary UConn Coach Geno Auriemma's son-joins the show (1:10:12) to talk sneakers, as well as MJ's latest comments if the UConn Women's team played men. Show finishes with some Daily Mail (1:29:10) to talk the weirdest stories of the week.
KFC, Big Cat and Feits talk Barstool's new CEO, Erika Nardini, the election, Trump, along with "normal" VMs like whether there are more porn stars than murderers in the world. You know, normal stuff.
KFC, Feits, and Clem talk through the Pokemon Go phenomenon, whether they're washed up, girl virgins, and much more.
Kevin and Brendan return to the studio to talk about the latest Internet phenomenon: Pokemon Go. It starts a discussion on how to age appropriately by hating everything (9:00), the future of video games (11:09), KFC's Hate-O-Meter (13:52), old-school video games (19:30) and things 90s kids liked (27:58). Later they get into Lena Dunham's latest controversy about cultural appropriation (32:23). Then wrap it up with some TV talk about Mr. Robot (46:12) and The Night Of (54:10).
It's 1,000 degrees outside so KFC, Big Cat, and Feits try and help distract you from the heat by sitting down and talking about a fresh batch of voicemails. They talk Marlins Man, chicks with casts, work stuff, and much more.
In one of the weirder episodes in Mailtime history, KFC invites his arch-nemesis Tiko Texas on the podcast. They talk everything from their old rivalry, racism, aliens, Brexit, Kevin Durant, Foul Ball Guy vs. Marlin Man, and so much more.
KFC, Clem, @BrendanClancy and Alyssa Rose record a podcast from Citifield. Anal sex and death come up, naturally, and KFC and Clem relive the Bartolo homerun, also an eight-year old crashes the show.