Everybody has had them. Everybody can relate to them. And now it's time to laugh at them on BAD DATES, a hilarious new comedy podcast hosted by Jameela Jamil. Each week Jameela's favorite comedians, celebrities and funny friends share their epic and true dating nightmares and misfires. Like the tale of the guy who could only get frisky on top of a pile of stuffed "Garfield" toys, or the enraged beauty queen with food poisoning who chased her date through a kitchen window. There's even a bad date that involved gay Bigfoot. more
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On this episode of Speed Dates, Jameela welcomes comedians Grace Campbell, Laura Kightlinger, Brad Williams, and Caroline Baniewicz to discuss the right time to bring a partner home for the holidays, and all the strangest break-ups and walk-ins they’... more
On this episode of Bad Dates, Jameela welcomes comedians Laura Kightlinger, Brad Williams, and Caroline Baniewicz to discuss their most iconic dating fiascos. Laura butters up the band then slides into danger, Brad has his hands full with a non-conse... more
Welcome to Speed Dates, a brand new bite-sized series of tales from the world of Bad Dates. On this episode, Jameela welcomes comedian Grace Campbell to discuss the British phenomenon known as "The Ick." Not quite as severe as a Red Flag, often not l... more
Very entertaining! Jameela is a fantastic host
Bad Hook Ups is a more apt title. Stories are primarily about bad sexcapades with hook ups.
I absolutely adore this show. It is so hilarious and I wish I could just sit around and chat with Jamila. A must listen!
The podcast equivalent to eating a bag of Halloween candy
Racist and Kink-shaming. The Polyassory episode should have been hosted by Donald Trump.
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Bad Dates launched 10 months ago and published 41 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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