Kevin & Bonnie tackle dating, politics, sports, and anything else they want to f'ing banter about on a weekly basis. Our podcast has ADD...just like us! NSFW
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Your fun has arrived…It’s episode 45! This week, the honeymoon between Kevin and Bonnie is officially over, and they get into a huge fight over social media strategies. Kev & Bon also share stories from their first times in Vegas. Pandemonium ensues,... more
Just when you thought you couldn’t handle any more....it’s Episode 44! This week, Kevin shares his sketchy story of walking into a Subway while its workers were watching porn. Bonnie gives us an important love life update. “Devin McVeigh” puts Bonnie... more
Kevin & Bonnie are back again from Coronavirus central. This week, Kev shares his parody song fail about a fellow patron at the Riata Bar, Bonnie attempts to give Kevin a therapy session, but doesn’t get very far. And, did Bonnie steal booze from a P... more
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The Searching for Shame Podcast is an entertaining and funny show! I definitely recommend taking a listen!
I’ve known Kev most my life and as evidenced in the podcast he tells it like it is. A killer voice too! Added this podcast to my fave list. Best of luck and continued success my friend. !
I love the dynamic of this podcast. Kevin comes across as a carefree guy with lots of insight with life, sports, and politics. Also, a great baritone but still rangy radio voice.
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Searching for Shame launched 6 years ago and published 10 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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