The only podcast in existence. Not the only one worth listening to, the only one there is. The others are fake.
Episode 10 is THE best podcast episode I’ve ever listened to. The rest of the pod is great as well but it’s a 5 star podcast off of episode 10 alone
Hans and Andrew need more sponsors so they can get Flea to teach Sean Diddy the bass. I'm looking at you Casper...
I like to listen to this show because it's 2 weirdos trying to navigate this world that is not for them!! I relate!!
Another Sean Doody produced vehicle, fictional characters "Andrew" and "Hans" (Alan Wilmanson and Hank Ballinger, respectively) work their way through the wacky hi-jinx of two 30somethings copping a feel through what we call life. A must listen for anyone from Upstate NY, these fictional short stories blend together to create a modern literature unlike anything you've encountered before. Also, great prank phone calls and mall reviews! Very helpful!
Hans and Andrew are the funniest, wisest, sweetest dudes. Roasted through 22 episodes just this past week.
Perfect for every man, woman, and child in the world. Cuts straight to the real grit, giving you life advice, financial advice, relationship advice, and, above all, the best love making advice you will ever receive. Andrew holds the podcast in reality, while Hans goes off the rails. The other characters of the podcast, like Gabri (Robin), family man Eric, and abrasive Sean add to the overall narrative of the podcast. Do yourself a favor, download episode one, and buckle into the overnight drive. #overnightdrivecon2015
These two tell the horrors and embarrassments we've all had but would be too terrified to ever admit. Respectable, encouraging and humanizing, I hope these two keep at it for quite a while. I know they've got plenty more stories to share.
This is like reading a strong, character driven book. You get wrapped up in the stories almost immediately and it is so good I have listened to it straight through twice.
Two old punk dudes talking about adult stuff. Each episode is acerbic and funny. Occasionally an episode will get really deep: episode ten has Hans flaying himself emotionally to a degree that I've rarely seen in public.
Perfect for making sure no one sits next to you on public transportation because you're the weird one laughing too loud. Also great for picking up new phrases to annoy your friends with.