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Randy Hodgins and Steve McLellan
Laugh Tracks Legends of Comedy with Randy and Steve
Randy Hodgins and Steve McLellan’s lifelong love of comedy was kindled when they met more than 40 years ago in graduate school in Seattle. While managing family and professional work responsibilities, they hosted a one hour comedy radio program on Saturday mornings for 10 years on a small radio station in Olympia, WA and also co-authored two books on northwest popular culture – Seattle on Film (1995) and Wet and Wired (2000). Stuck at home during the early days of the pandemic with hundreds of comedy albums, cassettes and CD’s gathering dust on their shelves, they launched Laugh Tracks...
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Ratings & Reviews
3.9 stars from 22 ratings
Their delivery of the information is awful. One might think they would get better after 50 or so episodes, but no. They are so stilted, it’s as if they are reading scripts they’ve never seen before, on a bumpy bus ride.
Mark Steven Morton via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 03/26/22
Randy and Steve provide interesting information on comedy legions. They include brief autobiographical information and some clips to give you an idea of the humour and delivery of the featured comedians. Unlike many hosts who extend their podcasts with self ingratiation and apparently...Read full review »
PreviouslyUnusedNickname via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 07/13/21
Amazing and informative
You’ll laugh and learn! Highly recommended!
Cornelius via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/14/20
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