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John is a writer and performer on Impractical Jokers (you may recognize him as the supermarket manager), and Chris is a contributing artist responsible for such memorable pieces as "Suck-Off the Chimp" and "Murder Your Family" (you may also recognize him as the guy who peed on Sal).

Long before Impractical Jokers even existed, these two best friends were performing together in bars and basements all over Staten Island. Now they get together once a week to crack each other up over a few drinks while recording the Super Live Adventure Podcast, a ridiculous, uncensored, NSFW collection of stories, improvised craziness, and bizarre listener phone calls from the greatest podcast community in the universe!

Want to get in on the action? Leave us a voicemail at 781-POD-SLAP!

Apr 26, 2022

In this clip from the latest episode of the Li'l Chub Club Podcast, we sit down after eating marijuana-infused pizza and reflect on the wild dog massacre that occurred at the Staten Island Zoo over twenty years ago.

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Apr 19, 2022

We got together for the 25th Anniversary of MmmBop, but we mostly talked about bird stuff. That and unintentionally flashing the white power sign, tipping your wife’s doctor, gummy nipples, Dyngus Day, and Q*Bert’s nose and/or mouth. PLUS Li’l Eddie Movie reviews and a voicemail from a new listener. This...

Apr 12, 2022

An ad on the Staten Island Ferry temporarily ruins chicken for Chris, John’s Chia Pet is dying, production finally wraps on Impractical Jokers Season 9, potty training sucks, and Dick Tracy villains are weird, but we’ve been invited to experience infused pizza, ice cream, sodas and more from the Pizza Pusha in...

Apr 5, 2022

It’s April Fool’s Day, and Laura’s with us in the Staten Island Wing! We’ve got beer, Mama Juana, dad grass, mom grass, regular grass, and Ann’s bolognese! The big weigh-in is tonight, but first we’re talking about a middle school “prank,” accidental texts, and dirty old British slang.

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