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Goddammit, EVERY PODCAST EVER, we need more information!
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EVERY PODCAST EVER is the 123rd episode of Every Blank Ever. It was released on March 1, 2019.
Courtney prepares to show Shayne a podcast she enjoys called Ghost Stories. The podcast is played, and the narrator (Ian) begins the episode by reading off messages from the podcast's numerous sponsors as a frustrated Courtney repeatedly fast forwards. Just like that, the episode ends. Despite this, Shayne calls it "the best podcast [he's] ever listened to".
Shayne and Courtney welcome viewers to another episode of Pop Culture Bros' Podcast and introduces their first topic of memes, with their discussion regarding memes consisting primarily of "bro". With their next topic of rappers, their conversation again consists primarily of "bro" and "rappers".
Keith and Noah (as cops) have brought in Rachel (Olivia), the only person who has listened to every "true crime" podcast released in the last three years, and her expertise is invaluable in solving the McDonald's PlayPlace Murder. Olivia nonchalantly states that it was the husband, much to the shock of the cops, who thank her and get right back to work.
Gus asks Monica is she wants to be a guest on his podcast. Monica is surprised to learn that he has a podcast, which he explains that he was feeling "behind the times", which Monica understands since one would be "behind the times" to not already have a podcast or even start one in 2019. Ian, Courtney, Olivia, and Shayne, all angry and ready to cry, storm out of the room.