World Record Podcast with Brendon Walsh
Brendon Walsh

The World Record Podcast is the third and final award winning podcast created and hosted by Brendon Walsh (“The Bone Zone” & “Do You Know Who Jason Segel Is?”), along with The "A-Train" Amanda. Every episode is a journey into the silly and absurd with crank calls, songs, guests, Urkel's House and much more, setting the World Record for the funniest podcast in existence.

The Highway Man (Henry Phillips) joins the Bee Man to discuss today’s HOTTEST GOSSIP! We talk to a guy at a bar about Donnie Wahlberg and the $2020 tip challenge. We find out if you can have a threesome on a twin bed, then we discuss the feud between James Charles and Lauren Conrad. All that and more, right here in the GOSSIP ZONE!Henry Phillips Youtube: Highway Man: Join the Patreon for the FULL 80+minute VIDEO & AUDIO here

Michael Keaton calls into the WRP to discuss his career, do some raps, and get some free Pepsi products. Watch the full video and download the full episode-

Mark admits he's Canadian and possibly a virgin when The Bee Man and The A-Train do their "GOTCHA" style journalism to him. Then Young Sheldon, his father Old Sheldon, and their lawyer call places to take the Van Halen challenge and buy some yo-yo's! Watch the video episode here: and for an EXTRA 30 MINUTES of this episode click here: a cover of "Welcome to the Jungle" by Chuck Watkins

A-Train and the Bee Man get some free soda from Samuel who's working from home and is the best guy we ever talked to on the phone. We talk about the Mandela Effect and call a place that's too loud so we can talk about it. Then we Pokemon Go To The Polls.Featuring a cover of "I Want To Be Sedated" by Chuck WatkinsJoin the patreon: for 50+ more minutes of this episode and all the extra VIP content.

The Bee Man is flying solo on this episode without the A-Train because she cannot be trusted around this week's guest...Mario Lopez! We talk about his career, take some calls, and we also MAKE some calls to give the general public a chance to ask Mario some questions! Join the patreon for 30+extra minutes! of "Born on a Train" by Chuck WatkinsSubscribe to Vic Berger's Patreon and Youtube channel:

A-Train and Bee Man are joined by Jeremy Piven on this week’s episode of the WRP. We talk about his hair, stand up comedy, and we call some places to see if they know who Jeremy Piven is.Join the Patreon for $5/month for an extra 40+minutes of this episode and all the other VIP out "Not Even A Show" on Youtube where Chris James calls right wing talk shows featuring a cover of “Too Drunk To Fuck” by Chuck Watkins

Our pal Sean O’Connor comes into the studio to fuck things up. He’s a wild man and this is a wild episode! Join the Patreon for $5/month for an extra 30+minutes of this episode and all the other VIP bonuses a cover of “Pour Some Sugar On Me” by Chuck Watkins

Our friend Lizzy Cooperman is being harassed by a peacock where she lives, so of course the Bee Man and the A-Train are going to step in and help. Join the Patreon for $5/month and get over a half hour extension of the episode including a call to the most annoying Halloween store on the planet: a cover of the “Cheers” theme by Chuck WatkinsLizzy:

Train and Brendon try to get some perfume that smells like a stanky ass, then Jared from Subway calls us from prison to tell us about the sandwiches he’s creating while incarcerated. Join the Patreon for $5/month and get a bonus 45 minutes of this episode: a cover of George Michael’s “I Want Your Sex” by Chuck WatkinsFollow Johnny Ryan on Instagram @outlawscumfudge and buy his new Prison Pit book here: Prison Pit: The Complete Collection – Fantagraphics

Bee Man and A-Train start the episode by trying to get Aaron fired, then threaten his life if he doesn't talk shit about his bosses, then we call places to see if you can use dog shit as fertilizer. Christopher Nolan (Johnny Pemberton) calls into 103FM with Brian Seecrest to promote his new movie Tenet and invent a new 1/16 inch film and camera. Join the Patreon for $5/month and get all the details about the upcoming WRP Film Fest plus 45 bonus minutes of the episode! of "Goody Two Shoes" by Chuck Watkins

Brendon talks to his pal Chuck Watkins who does the cover songs you hear on the podcast! We talk about his head injury, his coma dreams, and we play a few pre head injury songs. Then we call a mattress store to see if they have beds for guys who were in a coma that shit waffle batter.There is a PART 2 to this episode with Brendon, Amanda and Chuck ONLY AVAILABLE ON PATREON! Subscribe for $5/month

A-Train and Brendon try to do a “sex episode” but get side-tracked when Brendon says he heard if you commit suicide while having sex, you have a more powerful orgasm. They call a suicide hotline to see if this is true, then their lawyer, Mark Brooks calls them and they argue about whether or not someone is flushing a toilet. This episode is pure insanity (with Duncan Trussell & Mark Proksch) featuring a cover of Mötley Crüe’s “Live Wire” by Chuck WatkinsJoin the Patreon for $5/month and get a bonus 45 minutes of this episode and solve the mystery of the flushing toilet:

This episode is all over the place, it has Finding Dracula, Big Nanci buying a bikini, and a phone interview with Drew Carey about the movie he's ashamed of that he stars in called Geppetto. You can watch it for free here:"Personal Jesus" cover by Chuck WatkinsJoin the patreon $5/month for 30 more minutes of this episode and all the bonus content

The Bee Man and The A-Train talk about classic TV show themes which leads to them calling (the real) Ted Danson, then calling a bowling alley to see if Ted can set a new fecal-related world record on one of their lanes. This episode is funny as shit. Join the Patreon for $5/month and get a bonus 45 minutes of this episode and hear the bowling alley’s lawyer call us back: featuring a cover of The Flaming Lips’ “What Is The Light?” by Chuck Watkins

DJ Douggpound (Doug Lussenhop) joins us for a festival of sound drops, crank calling 911 and searching for Sammy Hagar. There’s an extra 50 minutes of this episode on Patreon where we get into some conspiracy stuff, make more calls and play some musical games. Become a WRP VIP here for $5/month and get an extra 50 minutes of this episode here:!Featuring a cover of Dinosaur Jr’s “Freak Scene” by Chuck Watkins

Amanda and Brendon do a guided meditation with you, then find a new location for Urkel’s House.featuring a cover of “Mister Will You Please Help My Pony?” by Chuck WatkinsJoin the Patreon for $5/month and get another hour of this episode here:

Brendon and Aaron do a talent show for themselves, call a DJ school, try to buy some spicy baby food and interview Colt's mom, Debbie from 90 Day Fiancé. Hope we make our goal of 500 Patreon patrons by the end of the month so the podcast doesn't get canceled! Join the patreon and get 45 extra minutes of this episode plus lots more exclusive MEMBERS ONLY content and access to the Discord server.$5/month what may be one of the last episodes ever!

Big Nancy and Bee Man talk to fellow podcasting duo Danish and O'Neill about our super heroes, and we take some calls from listeners!Listen to The Danish and O'Neill here: to the Patreon here $5/month podcast

The number 33 is a Master Number. The highest degree of Scottish Rite Freemasonry. Walt Disney was a 33rd degree Freemason and Disneyland has a “Club 33.” Jesus Christ was crucified when he was 33 years old, so we can say that his terrestrial life lasted 33 years. According to the Bible, the number 33 could be a symbol of the consciousness of Christ as well.The number 33 also represents the episode of the World Record Podcast where we got the old sound effects mixer hooked up in the studio and set a world record on the podcast for counting. Put on your headphones and enjoy one of the greatest podcast episodes ever recorded.To hear the full 90 minute episode, join the patreon for $5/month:

We had so much fun talking to Lizzy Cooperman on the podcast last week we decided to call her again this week so Amanda could do an in-depth, all-female, one-on-one, no holds barred interview with her. We finally dig deep and find out what makes Lizzy tick. This episode is nominated for a Webby and an Entertainment Weekly Podcast Award! Lizzy is also on Cameo if you want to order a video from her. Featuring a cover of "Do They Know It's Christmas?" by Chuck Watkins.Join the Patreon for $5/month and get another hour of this episode here: