The Shuli Network is a network of podcasts featuring organic, in the moment, comedy. Comedian Shuli Egar and friends The Reverend Bob Levy and Mike Morse anchor the flagship Uncle Rico Show, a live, on the spot roast show, dedicated to Stuttering John Melendez. Every Uncle Rico Show the guys are handed a package of Stuttering John clips that they watch and react to in real-time. Never personal, never planned…just funny!
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Time. 2. Refute.
XFL is great this year! Hope you guys do the weekly previews
It’s pretty obvious he’s listening to action network podcast at this point, calling out Raybon for his Mahomes/Kelce take, guy hit 67% over 200 bets this season. We all know Fezz makes money crushing stale numbers, but his game analysis isn’t on par with other guys out there imo. Also the 15 minute to start the podcast is annoying, action network has guys better than Steve for free instead of $2K per year. Steve also rips on SGPs way too hard, if you are smart about it, it can be a great way to ... more
Congrats on RJ’s retirement.
(Google: “RJ bell deadspin” for all you need to know.). This pod used to be automatic listen but has devolved into the RJ Bell blathering on and on. Fake valedictorian, wannabe Tony Soprano who needs to belittle those around him (mostly Fezz) to soothe his fragile ego and low self confidence. I have no idea why any major media figure would associate them self with this old school tout.
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The Shuli Network launched 14 years ago and published 1167 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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