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Matt & Mattingly's Ice Cream Social
Twice a week, godless Las Vegas comedians Matt Donnelly and Paul Mattingly take on the news and issues of the day/week and end each episode debating a Jock vs. Nerd issue of the week/century. Matt Donnelly, co host on Penn Jillette's "Penn's Sunday School" podcast, and Paul Mattingly, co-host of the "Geek Shock" and "The Ugly Couch Show" podcasts combine to form a Voltron of hilarity. So in a drastic stretch of the imagination- this podcast is a Las Vegas Super Podcast. Ice Cream Social: Dessert For Your Ears
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 695 ratings
This will make you laugh out loud more than once an episode. Please do not start with episode 58: having a ball in Arkansas. It is the best episode.
iosness via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/24/21
From the (sadly now missing) updates about Las Vegas parking and weather to the (also missing) constant flow of information on the world’s greatest musician Steve Winwood, the meanderings of 3 guys, and occasional special guests who seem to barely know each other will keep you on the edge of your...Read full review »
peek-a-scoop via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/26/21
Nostalgia
When I was a kid my family would go on long road trips and instead of listening to music we would listen to audiobooks or old time radio shows like Burns and Allen or The Jack Benny Show. I learned an appreciation for audio comedy, even though the jokes didn’t make sense to me because they were...Read full review »
Milhouse VanScoopin via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/16/21
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