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Inappropriate Earl

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Inappropriate Earl is a podcast done by LA Stand Up Comic Earl Skakel where he interviews comics,musicians and any/all things of his favorite decade the 80's!!

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Inappropriate Earl is a podcast done by LA Stand Up Comic Earl Skakel where he interviews comics,musicians and any/all things of his favorite decade the 80's!!

iTunes Ratings

388 Ratings
Average Ratings
366
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Great podcast

By chessmASSter - Oct 14 2018
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This podcast is like vitamins... for your ****! (Ears)

Tune in

By BuyerBeware!! - Oct 02 2018
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Great podcast and great guy.

iTunes Ratings

388 Ratings
Average Ratings
366
6
4
2
10

Great podcast

By chessmASSter - Oct 14 2018
Read more

This podcast is like vitamins... for your ****! (Ears)

Tune in

By BuyerBeware!! - Oct 02 2018
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Great podcast and great guy.

Top 10 Episode of Inappropriate Earl

Rank #1: Episode 51 -Danish And O'Neill COME BACK FOR MORE!!

Jan 27 2015
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Jeff Danish and Ryan O'Neil are in a race to become the most popular and requested guests EVER on Inappropriate Earl. Join me as I bring these 2 back and we break down life in the world of LA Comedy as only the 3 of us can. This episode also has a special tribute to our fallen departed comrade Francesca Hilton not to be missed! Follow them on Twitter and Instagram @DanishAndOneill as well as me @EarlSkakel

Rank #2: Episode 62 - Rowdy Roddy Piper

May 07 2015
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I'm really not sure what to say about this man other than he is a true icon and wrestling legend!! Roderick "Roddy" George Toombs (born April 17, 1954),[1] better known by his ring name "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, is a retired Canadian professional wrestler, film actor, and podcast host. Per a WWE "Legend's Contract", he makes occasional TV and promotional appearances for the company. In professional wrestling, he is best known for his work with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE). Although he is Canadian, due to his Scottish heritage he was billed as coming from Glasgow in Scotland and was known for his signature kilt and bagpipe entrance music. He earned the nickname "Rowdy" by displaying his trademark "Scottish" rage, spontaneity and quick wit. Despite being a crowd favorite for his rockstar-like persona, he often played the villain. He was also nicknamed "Hot Rod". Piper headlined several major pay-per-view events; he participated in the main events of WrestleMania I and WrestleMania X – as a special guest referee in the latter. Never a world champion, he nevertheless accumulated 34 championships in various promotions during his career. Piper was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2005 and named No. 1 of the Top 50 villains in wrestling history by the WWE.[4] Piper currently hosts a podcast titled "Piper's Pit" on PodcastOne.

Rank #3: Episode 93 - Tommy Morris

Nov 25 2015
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The most controversial episode EVER on Inappropriate Earl is HERE as I interview Tommy Morris the ex talent coordinator of The Comedy Store. You either love him or hate him as there is no in between with him. This was probably my fav episode to do as most people assumed I hate him but I was able to sit in the same room with him and get his side of how he ran things at The Comedy Store and it's really up for you to decide if it was the right or the wrong way? You can follow him at Tom Morris Music on Soundcloud and follow me on Twitter/Instagram @EarlSkakel. Please rate and review us on iTunes GOOD OR BAD!!!!

Rank #4: Episode 73 - Rowdy Roddy Piper Tribute

Aug 03 2015
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This is a sad one guys and girls as THE ONE AND ONLY LEGEND Rowdy Roddy Piper passed away and this is my short but sincere tribute to him. He was my friend.

Rank #5: Episode 112 - Eric Bischoff

Mar 31 2016
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Do I need to say anything? Follow him on Twitter @ericbishcoff and www.ericbischoff.com as well as me on Twitter/Instagram @earlskakel This man WAS THE MONDAY NIGHT WARS!! Eric Aaron Bischoff (born May 27, 1955) is an American entrepreneur, television producer, professional wrestling booker, on-screen personality and occasional wrestler. He is best known for serving as Executive Producer and later President of World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and subsequently, the General Manager of World Wrestling Entertainment's Raw brand. Bischoff has also worked with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) where he served as Executive Producer of Impact Wrestling. With an amateur background in taekwondo, Bischoff also sporadically performed as an in-ring competitor, and is a former WCW Hardcore Champion.[3] He wrote an autobiography, titled Controversy Creates Cash, that was released in 2006 under WWE Books.

Rank #6: Episode 95 - Tommy Morris Part 2!!!!!!!!

Dec 08 2015
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The most controversial guest EVER came Back For More to give more details on his time at The Comedy Store and his thoughts on comedy in general. He gives fascinating insight into Mitzi Shore that few people if any can give so find him on Soundcloud under Tom Morris Songwriter and find me on Twitter/Instagram @EarlSkakel. Please share on Facebook and blast out on Twitter so as many people can hear this as possible!! You can also rate/review Inappropriate Earl on iTunes if you desire which I hope you do!

Rank #7: Episode 141 - Stevie Rachelle Of Metal Sludge!!!

Sep 26 2016
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I talk about the 80's a lot cuz I was there but this man WAS the 80's as I might have been there but he was IN IT to the FULLEST!! Follow him on Twitter @stevietuff and @metalsludge and on Instagram @stevietuff as well as www.metalsludge.tv and www.tuffcds.com You can also follow me on Twitter/Instagram @EarlSkakel Tuff is an American glam metal band formed in 1985 in Phoenix, Arizona, by guitarist Jorge DeSaint, drummer Gary Huckaby, and bassist Todd Chase. After drummer Gary Huckaby left the group in 1985 to work with another local project, the band enlisted drummer Michael Lean and vocalist Terry Fox, who left the band shortly afterwards to pursue an ice skating career. With replacement vocalist Jim Gillette, the band recorded a four-track EP entitled Knock Yourself Out (1986). However, Gillette soon departed to form Nitro and was replaced by Stevie Rachelle.

Rank #8: Episode 71 - Don Barris Part Deux!!!

Jul 10 2015
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Join me as the one and only LA Comedy Late Night Legend Of The Comedy Store Don Barris makes a return visit on Inappropriate Earl!! Don has made movies,starred in movies,does the audience warm up for Jimmy Kimmel Live and closes out the show at the World Famous Comedy Store every night!! His history not just at The Store but LA Comedy and his endless knowledge of music is INSANE so sit down as this is one of the longest episodes EVER!! There will be a part 3 sooner than later!!

Rank #9: Episode 105 - Kristen Doute Of Vanderpump Rules!!!!!

Mar 03 2016
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You know my favorite tv show right now is Vanderpump Rules and to get Kristen Doute on the podcast was a Day 1 get for me!! She is the villain of the show but I found her to be so nice that I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did. She puts the real in Reality TV as she doesn't hold back and pulls no punches about who she likes and dislikes on the show. Please follow her on Instagram/Twitter @KristenDoute and me @EarlSkakel.

Rank #10: Episode 118 - Brian Moses Of Roast Battle

May 16 2016
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This is the episode you guys have all been waiting for!! The creator of Roast Battle comes in The Skakel Podcast Studio and breaks down everyone's favorite show in Los Angeles Roast Battle!! You can also catch his stand up every week at The Comedy Store and you better follow him on Twitter @racebanning and Instagram @verbalboxing! Follow me on Twitter/Instagram @EarlSkakel