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This is a weekly conversation between friends, actors, and new dads, Nathan Kress (iCarly, Pinky Malinky), and Brett Davern (Awkward).
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 43 ratings
BEST PODCAST OUT THERE!!
This is by far my favorite podcast ever! Most podcasts are good for a few episodes and then they just get kinda repetitive and boring but not this one! This one is a huge ball of fun every single time! My little sister hates podcasts but this one she actually REALLY likes we listen to it...Read full review »
GotztheHotz1738 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/29/21
5 Stars!
This is my favorite podcast! I’ve been a huge fan of Nathan’s since iCarly started! It’s so great to hear his stories about marriage and being a parent. Brett is really cool too. I didn’t know much about him until this podcast though. This podcast is very enjoyable! I highly recommend!
Michelle Sacchere via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/10/20
Hilarious!
These guys are seriously hilarious and so fun to listen to. I rush over to Apple Podcasts every Thursday to listen because they really are the highlight of my week!
JoBros1 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/25/20
Recent Episodes
On episode 94 Nathan is back just in time for the iCarly premiere and the guys are going through the email!
Published 06/17/21
On episode 93 Nathan is away filming iCarly and this week the guest host is Jeremy Rowley. He is an improv actor in Los Angeles and you have seen him in all the Progressive commercials!
Published 06/03/21
On episode 92 Nathan is away filming iCarly and this week the guest host in NCIS star, Sean Murray! The guys take a trip down memory lane backwards through Sean's career, ending with his friendship to Leonardo DiCaprio. 
Published 05/27/21
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