Who knew rich people committed crime? Not the American justice system! Join Chicago based comedians Nina Kern and Kishan Batcheldor as they talk some of the most prolific crimes committed by the wealthy. Checkout our Merch!: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/white-collars-red-hands?ref_id=23248
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This podcast is both educational and hysterical. I love Nina’s vulgarity and tangents while Kishan fights to keep the story flow going. Kishan is so so smart, and what he’s overcome personally is incredible. I also love Nina’s vulnerability and i cry when she cries. Anyways, I love you both and I love the podcast, I hope you guys stick around the pod space for a long time. You both deserve all the good things.
I love you guys!! Just listened to Quarter Horse episode and Nina was at her best “no roads from the bedroom to the kitchen” literally woke my husband up I was laughing so much (I listen in bed in the middle of the night). And did Nina say 97,000 vials of SEA horse semen? Cracked me up. My absolute fave podcast. Chez from Darwin Australia.
Stories could be interesting, but the hosts are terrible. All she does is yell or talk in her valley girl twang and he can’t get a word in without her jumping and and finishing his thought. Just get to the point, folks…you’re not comedians.
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White Collars, Red Hands launched 2 years ago and published 110 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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