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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!

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Dec 28, 2015

The guys finally discuss the latest installment of the Star Wars saga, Episode 7: The Force Awakens.

The Super Live Adventure Podcast is hosted by Bryan McGuckinChris Sorrentino and John Szeluga. All episodes can be found on iTunesStitcher and

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Dec 21, 2015

Brian McGowan and Laura of the Wahoo Skiffle Crazies sit down with the guys to talk about their involvement in Bryan McGuckin's recent holiday prank.

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Dec 14, 2015

The guys meet up at SLAP Studios for their 2nd all Star Wars episode. Listen as they talk about how they would remake the original classic trilogy!

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Dec 7, 2015

The guys record a special live show focused entirely on the Star Wars prequels! John and Chris also have a little too much to drink...

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Nov 30, 2015

Ed Varuolo was one of the producers of Industrial Televisiona bizarre Staten Island public access show that ran for over 17 years. Ed also did special effects for films and played in a heavy metal band called Savage Thrust. The guys decided to meet with Ed at Hypno-Tronic Comics, a Staten Island comic book shop he...