ABOUT THIS PODCAST

One of Blog Talk Radio's longest-running shows (7 seasons, 329 episodes: June 14, 2007 - January 1, 2014) 2011 Blogger's Choice Award - Best Podcast! Hosted by writer/blogger/talk radio F#%&ing genius Thomas Keister and "The Esteemed" Darrell Mays, Probably Uncalled For took a humorous, cynical, and usually merciless look at the [email protected]#%ery about in politics, pop culture, society-at-large. Nobody was safe. Nothing was sacred.
English
United States
300 episodes
since Dec, 2007

LATEST EPISODE

It's been a great run, but after six and a half years, we are calling it a show. Come join Thomas Keister and Darrell Mays for the series finale of Probably Uncalled For! Since 2007, it's been our pleasure to pick apart the ills of society, entertainment, and politics on the way to becoming an award-winning podcast, but since we are going to be taking Free Rein Radio in new directions in 2014, it's time to retire the show. Join us one last time, as we'll be covering the last great crimes of 2013, and some of the best (?) new laws of 2014, and the year end review of what various morons crammed (and got stuck) in themselves, among other topics, time willing. Stay tuned to FreeReinMedia.com and ThomasKeister.com for more information regarding our future projects.
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