This week Keith’s brother Markus (Mihceal Bui) drops in looking for a free couch to sleep on. Markus and Keith haven’t seen each other since their last family reunion, so they have a lot to catch up on. Meanwhile,
The water’s been shut off at the Debatably Funny Studio. The studio plumber–Almer Abe (Will Krolik)–stops by to collect what’s past due. While he’s there, Keith and Spenser help him work out some issues with his father,
On this week’s episode, Keith and Spenser are barged-in on by one of the pencil pushers from their corporate office. Dale from Corporate (Wade Porter) stops by to find out why the podcast’s revenue stream has run dry.
This week, the boys break through the clutter and leverage a holistic approach to a robust and sustainable survival strategy in this globalized market of disruptive innovation. We’re talking about a full paradigm shift,
This week, Keith and Spenser are joined by a very special guest. Part-time Sex Therapist Geeraald Poutikin (Neil Phelps) stops by the studio to share some of the wisdom he’s accrued over a supernaturally-long lifespan. Mr.
While the whole world is getting ready to experience 2017’s total solar eclipse, Debatably Funny welcomes the world’s foremost astrologer to the studio to tell us what to expect. Celestine Galileo (Hannah Kim) graces the studio with her presence and in...
When the boys expect to interview a run of the mill hillbilly Bigfoot hunter, they’re given a big surprise in the form of Wolfe Volkov, an ex-KGB/GRU Spetsnaz master of the hunt. Wolfe details his journey as a hunter,
This week the boys dive deep into the intricacies of creating and developing a hit podcast. From choosing a name you won’t regret, to chugging your pre-podcast milk, to finding your very first sponsors, they’ll cover everything you need to know to be e...
Fresh off his guest spot on decidedly funny podcast Hollywood Handbook, Spenser is grilled by Keith about why they weren’t both invited. Then, the boys return with their hit segment, “Pranksgiving With All The Fixin’s.
Uh oh, looks like the Debatably Funny boys finally pissed the wrong person off. This week Keith and Spenser get served, and I don’t mean in a competitive dance competition! Under the threat of lawsuit, a number of questions are raised.