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The Word Association

Adal Rifai, Brett Lyons, Rob White

Improvisers Adal Rifai, Brett Lyons and Rob White are The Word Association. Every episode, they each bring a new word to use as a springboard for discussion, bits, puns, tangents and more. Do they sometimes find connections between the words? Yes, they sometimes do. Adal, Brett, and Rob have each, at some point in their lives, been described as funny. more


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4.8 out of 5 stars from 63 ratings
  • Hilarious!

    I’ve never laughed harder. It’s like having really funny friends and you get to just sit back and listen and laugh cry.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States7 days ago
  • Fantastic show! Like listening to old friends shooting the shit.

    Cris Ren
    a month ago
  • Adal with another lovely podcast! Hey Riddle Riddle, Hello From the Magic Tavern, and Siblings Peculiar just to name a few. They're all hilarious and The Word Association is yet another flavor of that fun! Adal, Brett, and Rob have funny, unique conversations about random topics each of them bring to the table each week. It's funny, easy listening. Like enjoying a fun conversation with friends you love, but without having to think of anything to say. Any Kevins and Susies will love it!

    a month ago
  • They’re clearly tired of the premise

    Over 30 minutes and no specific word yet, just talking. They like each other it’s clearly an excuse to hang out.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • A few good words

    Adal, Rob, and Brett do a great job of milking three words for all they’re worth. Their goofs, gags, stories, nostalgia, puns, etc. are a lot of fun. I hope this show takes off like Adal’s other podcasts, Hey Riddle Riddle and Hello from the Magic Tavern, which are also excellent. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago

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Chart Rankings

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#71 United States/Comedy/Improv
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#83 Canada/Comedy/Improv
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#134 United Kingdom/Comedy/Improv
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#102 Australia/Comedy/Improv
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#144 Germany/Comedy/Improv
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#4 Austria/Comedy/Improv

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