Comedian Todd Barry makes a long awaited return to Who Charted, with fellow comic Max Beasley in tow! Todd gets to know Billie Eilish and throws down with the Grammy Committee as they count down Billboards Top 200 Albums. Then, they dive into the Movie Chart to help Todd cope with The Lion King and Fast & Furious before Engineer Stard puts in motion a tactical plan to dominate the Hot Picks.
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Stand up comedian Dave Ross (The Only Man Who Has Ever Had Sex) joins Howard and the crew for some August charting! They count down the Top 5 Most Shazam’d Songs in America while wondering who the smelliest idol is. Then, Howard gets educated on Dora and behind-the-scenes controversy of ‘Kevin Can Wait’ during the Movie Chart, and the gang opens up some gifts and hears out Dave’s case for the top pop punk during the Hot Picks.
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Comedian Chris Charpentier joins Howard, Hugo, and Summah Sam for steamin’ hot Who Charted! Howard lays it down with a special scooter rhyme as they count down Spotify’s Top 50 in the US. Then they check out the Movie Chart while raving on their top summer flicks (plus a Bob Marley bomb), and fellow comic Max Beasley helps round out the gang’s Hot Picks.
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Very stand up comedian Megan Beth Koester returns to join Howard, Hugo, and a fake Stard for another Who Charted! They count down Apple Music’s Top Songs while covering the success of Old Town Road plus a special announcement from Howard and Megan. Then, they get into the Movie Chart while talking morning horror and Shakespeare and the separation anxiety kicks in during the Hot Picks.
Comedian, writer, and podcaster Edgar Momplaisir (The Wokest) gets deep into the audio-visual weeds with Howard and the gang on another Who Charted! Edgar helps count down the Top Trending Songs on YouTube while they catch up on the new Lion King soundtrack and more. Plus, it’s all Beatles, Toy Story, and Netflix auteur theory during the Movie Chart, and Hugo shows his tough side as things get tense during the Hot Picks.