Becoming step siblings often comes with trauma, fighting, feeling unwanted, betrayal, and these days even a porn career. Our story is no different. Stand Up Comedians and Stepbrothers Scott Witkop and Austin Saxton host this weekly podcast, featuring occasional guests and weekly cocktails. We’ll be covering growing up together, crazy life stories, our deepest secrets, things we shouldn’t talk about, and whatever else our ADHD ridden brains think of. Shut up, sit down, strap in, and grab a drink. We’re all family here.
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Just started listening. I have listen to two episodes and I am enjoying what I have read so far.
Seriously super funny for two dudes just starting a podcast. Can't wait to hear more!!!! Funny stuff point in case.
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The Stepbrothers Podcast launched 4 years ago and published 124 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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