With ‘Hollywood Masterclass,’ Sean Clements Goes Solo But Remains Irreverent and Hilarious

‘The Complete Man’ Offers a Masculine Take on the Poisonously Sexist, Old-Timey Awfulness of Yesteryear

The Perfect Double Tribute: The ‘B*A*P*S’ Episode of ‘The Flop House’

The First-Ever Episode of ‘Comedy Death-Ray’ Is an Embryonic Look at a Future Comedy Institution

When ‘The Mental Illness Happy Hour’ Revealed Glynn Washington’s Fascinating, Too-Strange-for-Fiction Backstory

The Aleister Crowley Episode of ‘The Dead Authors Podcast’ Is Devilishly Funny

The ‘Deadpool’ Episode of ‘Hollywood Handbook’ Is Roughly a Million Times Funnier Than ‘Deadpool’

‘Classic Showbiz’ Tells the Fascinating Story of Forgotten Gay Comedy Pioneer Ray Bourbon

Jesse Camp and Mike Denied Hijacked ‘Going Off Track’ in a Bizarre, Morbidly Fascinating Episode

Anne Heche and Onur Tukel Thoroughly Embarrassed Themselves on a Morbidly Fascinating Episode of ‘Doug Loves Movies’

‘Analyze Phish’ Took a Sharp Turn Towards the Tragic in the Painfully Intense “Hollywood Bowl” Episode

‘Complete Joy’ Is a Hilariously Grim, Worthy Follow-Up to ‘The Complete Woman’

‘Missing Richard Simmons’ Is a Fascinating, Frustrating Exploration of a Gothic Pop-Culture Mystery

‘The Long Shot’ Explores the Complex Relationship Between a Podcast and its Most Devoted Listeners

The “Manifesto” Episode of ‘Last Podcast on the Left’ Found Laughs in the Muddled Ideas of Mass Murderers

The ‘High and Mighty’/’Hollywood Handbook’/Joe Wengert Trilogy Is Three Episodes of Sublime Post-Modern Silliness

Bob Zmuda on Gilbert Gottfried’s Podcast Provided a Fascinating Glimpse Into One of Comedy’s True Scoundrels

‘I Was There Too’ Revealed Charming Secrets and Behind-the-Scenes Stories of the ‘Star Wars Holiday Special’

The Classic ‘Best Show’ Bit “The Auteur” Is Once Again Timely Thanks to Meryl Streep and Donald Trump

John Moe’s New Podcast ‘The Hilarious World of Depression’ Is Fascinating and Essential