The Dunk Tank with Brian Dunkleman and Chet Wild

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On this episode of The Dunk Tank, part 2 of Dunkleman's uncensored American Idol memories, Chet gets yelled at for touching fruit, and guest John Kassir tells the story of how he saved Jack Nicholson's life. For video of this episode and more, visit www.DunkTankPodcast.com and follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast.
Comedian Mark Agee ('The Jeselnik Offensive' staff writer) gives us an inside look at what it's like to write for a weekly show at Comedy Central and shares his story of doing standup for the first time ever the day after September 11th, 2001. Plus, Brian has yet another theme song and Chet manages to lose the dog of a girl he's never even met!
This week's new theme song catapults the show into uncharted levels of happiness and positive energy. Comedian and editor/columnist for Cracked.com Adam Tod Brown is there to experience the magic...and to bring a little of his own.
After a 5 month hiatus where the universe conspired to keep Dunkleman and Chet from getting the show going again, they rose up, bent the universe over, and filled it with a semi-soft hour and a half of podcast beauty.
On this episode of The Dunk Tank (originally recorded 9/27/13), Chet talks about his experience at The San Francisco Comedy Competition, and guests Shaun Murphy and Rick Matthews talk Buffalo, peanut butter, fleshlights,and getting your head stuck in weird places. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
On this episode of The Dunk Tank (originally recorded 9/17/13), guest Dave Waite talks about his Jimmy Fallon appearance and the best way to get a woman wet, and turns the tables as we delve deeper into Chet's health issues, and Dunkleman makes the selfless offer of giving him one of his kidneys if he dies before Chet does. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
On this episode of The Dunk Tank, Dunkleman recaps his trip back home, comedian Bob Zany talks about his countless TV appearances, including beating Carrot Top on Star Search and making his stand-up debut as a teenager on The Gong Show, and Chet gets shit on in stereo. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
On this installment of The Dunk Tank, Dunkleman hits the residual check lottery, Chet comes over for a romantic evening of 'Sharknado', and comedian and radio legend Frazer Smith talks about emceeing the nights of the Michael Richards and Daniel Tosh incidents, and how you know you've made it when people start to hate you. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
On this episode of The Dunk Tank, Dunkleman tells the story of meeting Pete Best and experiences a moment of true personal growth, Chet continues to make headway in L.A. and finds a new dad, and the incomparable Rick Overton puts on a clinic of comedy wisdom. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
On this episode of The Dunk Tank, musician Lee Ferris explains why going to jail wasn't the worst thing that's ever happened to him and he'll play a couple tunes, Chet shares how he was almost raped by a mechanic on his cross-country drive to LA, and Dunkleman reveals part 1 of what really happened on American Idol. For links, video, and more, visit www.DunkTankPodcast.com
Josh Mattingly (iO West Theater, founder of IndieStatik.com) joins us for an in depth conversation about improvisation, tinder, and his recent decision to start pursuing standup during the LA open mic comedy boom.
On this episode of The Dunk Tank, Dunkleman has his first TV audition of 2013, Chet makes it into the prestigious San Francisco Comedy Competition, and comedian Al Del Bene talks about being named "Comedian of the Year" by the LA Comedy Awards, parenting, and touring with Dane Cook. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
On this episode of The Dunk Tank, Brian attends his first baby gymboree class, Chet does the opening voiceover since Brian forgot, and guest Darren Carter shares the awkwardness that comes with selling stuff after shows, how a white guy ends up on a Latin TV special, and Brian and Darren have drastically different experiences shooting Showtime specials on the same weekend. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
On this episode of The Dunk Tank, Chet graduates from his first improv class, guest Kira Soltanovich and Dunkleman share parenting techniques, and Kira becomes our first guest ever to answer all 3 final questions with the same never-before-heard story. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
On this episode of The Dunk Tank, Dunkleman is excited about his new haircut until Chet sees it, folk musical duo Shelby & Tieg give an in-studio performance, and Chet fails miserably at his first attempt to flirt with a guest. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
On this installment of The Dunk Tank, Dunkleman tries to lighten the tone of the podcast and just ends up making it darker, Chet still actually believes he can convince Brian to change the theme song, and comedian Henry Phillips talks about his viral video series "Henry's Kitchen", the road, and the smoothest way to exit an elevator. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
On this episode of The Dunk Tank, Chet is coy about his recent sexual dalliances, Dunkleman relives his "Skyball" days, and guest David "Nuzzy" Nussbaum talks podcasting, reality TV, and sweatpants. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
On this episode of The Dunk Tank, Dunkleman reminisces about his magical summer with Seacrest, guest Jackie Flynn talks Farrelly brothers movies and golf, and Chet actually doesn't say too much because golf is his conversational kryptonite. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
On this very special edition of The Dunk Tank, Dunkleman and Chet find themselves without their scheduled guest and decide to fly solo with somehow morphs into therapy though microphones. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
On this episode of The Dunk Tank, Dunkleman tries to help Chet feel better for a change, and guest Mick Betancourt joins us for an inspirational talk about standup, improv, TV writing/producing, and massive sandwiches. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
Dunkleman and Chet sit down to record for the first time in 6 weeks. It goes from happy, to sad, to testy, to just plain apathetic.
On this very special HOME EDITION of The Dunk Tank, comedy and TV casting specialist (and Dunk's best friend) Brian Baldinger breaks down Dunkleman's creative issues, Chet's female issues, and shit gets deep. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
On this episode of The Dunk Tank, Dunkleman makes his triumphant return to American Idol, Chet makes his triumphant return to the gym (and bulimia), and comedian Shang schools us on comedy promotion, cell phone weaponry, and baby porridge. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
On this episode of The Dunk Tank, Chet finds out when you put oranges in a garbage disposal, Dunkleman recalls what led him into stand-up comedy, and guest John Gammon shares how he scored a sitcom role on his fifth audition. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
On this episode of The Dunk Tank, Dunkleman shares why his house is low on tissues, Chet performs at a theater (a 20-seater but that's not important), and comedian Adam Hunter talks MMA, boarding school, and how getting sued for 20 million dollars in college helped launch his comedy career. For more on the podcast, follow us on twitter @DunkTankPodcast and visit our website www.DunkTankPodcast.com.
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Podcast Details

Started
Mar 12th, 2013
Latest Episode
Jun 12th, 2014
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
36
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
Yes

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