DJ Douggpound aka Doug Lussenhop and Brent Weinbach joke around and talk to various guests which include musicians, comedians, directors, random ass teenagers... anyone might show up. Most of all, they come up with great ideas and solutions.
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Doug is back from his travels, and Brent too actually, and together they take a look at the lyrics to "Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm" by Crash Test Dummies. Then they listen to some voice messages from listeners and get into some ideas on how to stay motivated and... more
The very first Poundcast ever to not have Doug! What? What a crazy, historical moment! Anyway, Brent's sister Laura joins Brent as a guest co-host, and a lot of the episode is about an experience Brent had helping someone out at the gas station. But ... more
Doug's mom, Pauline, joins the Poundcast with some exciting, new ideas! It's the Idea Factory after all, isn't it? Then, Doug and Brent dive into the lyrics of "Ironic" by Poundcast favorite Alanis Morissette. In After Dark, Doug talks about what ... more
2 of comedies most handsome bachelors talking about stuff nobody is talking about. Why would they do that? Tune in to find out how they make me laugh every week.
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Really love the tone and attitude of this long-running show. Doug is a thoughtful and sensitive host, while Brent brings insight, eccentricity and some incredible bits and observations to the table. Check out the "Chippendales" episode for an amazing ride.
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There literally isn’t any better guys to solve nagging minor issues of society.
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The Poundcast launched 9 years ago and published 304 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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