Pat Springleaf is in quite the bind. He’s an ex-conman turned undercover cop in the middle of the biggest case of his career - the gang are getting suspicious, his wife wants a divorce, the police are demanding results and his ex girlfriend/ex partner in crime is blackmailing him. Not an ideal situation for someone with a burning need to please absolutely everybody... more
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It's the final episode of the series. The truth about Operation Pot Roast is revealed, as a recording of Detective Nicely (Louis Theroux) preparing to confront Police Chief Rittenberger (Michael McKean) is unearthed. There's a prison break. There's a... more
Rosie Jones, the most notorious bully on the comedy circuit, joins Pat and Adams in the studio this week as events really start to come to a head. Sita tells Pat an uncomfortable truth, which is a devastating blow for someone with a pathological need... more
The gang start plotting to spring Lawrence from prison, making Clarke's decision to close the case look increasingly suboptimal. Angela heads to the Big Top to track down Nish, and Milton Jones has the worst week of his life courtesy of the Only Joki... more
Made me chuckle in every episode.. have recommended to all my fellow podcast listeners.. woukd give it 10 stars if I could.
Amazing writing to make the format work. Great cast and fantastic at helping the listener visualise what is happening without seeing it. James Acaster is incredible as always!
Absolutely rubbish. Low effort, first draft propped up by celeb cameos
While I didn’t contribute to the kickstarter (which I’m pretty glad of now), I was looking forward to this. Unfortunately, it’s really not good. It feels like a bunch of comedians in a room entertaining themselves with in-jokes you have no context for rather than making something that is funny and makes sense for others. It suffers a lot from almost everyone sounding very wooden while they read from the script. I was confused throughout as to what the plot was or who was who. James is great when... more
James Acaster is about as funny as a wet carrot
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Springleaf launched 3 months ago and published 11 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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