Special Event: Stuff Island

Stuff Island is podcast created by Chris O'Connor and Tommy Pope... Instead of reading this, you should just listen to an episode of the podcast. It's on youtube and everywhere else, which means it's on your phone right now. it'll probably make you buy a ticket and it's more fun than reading. You just search STUFF ISLAND...They talk about pretty much everything, but mostly Tommy's angry dad and Chris' love of big boats. They've been pretty heavily involved in the Philadelphia comedy scene for the past 10+ years, but now they live in New York. There, they fight most of the time because Tommy's a drunk and Chris is a slob. You may know these two from Gilly and Keeves, Barstool Sports, Comedy Central's Delco Proper, Bird Text and a host of other sketches including 'Man hears for the first time,' 'Uncle Daycare' and 'Tires.' Tommy was also in a bunch of those Cure Auto Super Bowl commercials. You may have seen Chris opening for Andrew Santino around the country for the last two years, unless you got there late, in which case you probably missed it. Listen to the podcast. It's good. We cook stuff too. Well Tommy cooks and Chris tries.

10/05/2022 8:00 PM
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Special EventsStuff Island is podcast created by Chris O'Connor and Tommy Pope Instead of reading this, you should just listen to an episode of the podcast. It's on youtube and everywhere else, which means it's on your phone right now. It'll probably make you buy a ticket and it's more fun than reading. You just search "Stuff Island." They talk about pretty much everything, but mostly Tommy's angry dad and Chris' love of big boats. They've been pretty heavily involved in the Philadelphia comedy scene for the past 10+ years, but now they live in New York. There, they fight most of the time because Tommy's a drunk and Chris is a slob. You may know these two from "Gilly and Keeves," Barstool Sports, Comedy Central's "Delco Proper," "Bird Text" and a host of other sketches including "Man hears for the first time," "Uncle Daycare," and "Tires." Tommy was also in a bunch of those Cure Auto Super Bowl commercials. You may have seen Chris opening for Andrew Santino around the country for the last two years, unless you got there late, in which case you probably missed it. Listen to the podcast. It's good. We cook stuff too. Well Tommy cooks and Chris tries.


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Stuff Island is podcast created by Chris O'Connor and Tommy Pope... Instead of reading this, you should just listen to an episode of the podcast. It's on youtube and everywhere else, which means it's on your phone right now. it'll probably make you buy a ticket and it's more fun than reading. You just search STUFF ISLAND...They talk about pretty much everything, but mostly Tommy's angry dad and Chris' love of big boats. They've been pretty heavily involved in the Philadelphia comedy scene for the past 10+ years, but now they live in New York. There, they fight most of the time because Tommy's a drunk and Chris is a slob. You may know these two from Gilly and Keeves, Barstool Sports, Comedy Central's Delco Proper, Bird Text and a host of other sketches including 'Man hears for the first time,' 'Uncle Daycare' and 'Tires.' Tommy was also in a bunch of those Cure Auto Super Bowl commercials. You may have seen Chris opening for Andrew Santino around the country for the last two years, unless you got there late, in which case you probably missed it. Listen to the podcast. It's good. We cook stuff too. Well Tommy cooks and Chris tries.