October 12, 2016
EP. 306 — Bro v. Wade
This week, Howard and Kulap are joined by actor, comedian, and podcaster Paul F. Tompkins! They chat with Stard about which German delicacy is most like people before getting into the charts. They break down Lin-Manuel Miranda’s performance on Saturday Night Live while counting down the Top 5 Songs on iTunes. Then, during Time Magazine’s Top 5 Shows to Watch This Fall, they discuss preferred streaming services and address a listener question for Paul. Finally, Stard and director Lance Bangs join in for a full-house Four Charted, where they solve the mystery of Howard’s Audible account and get the low-down on Stard’s upcoming tour with Honus Honus.
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October 16, 2019
EP. 458.5 — Who Charted has moved to Stitcher Premium!
Who Charted is still going strong! All new episodes can now be listened to on STITCHER PREMIUM. Go to https://www.stitcher.com/premium and sign up using offer code CHARTED for a free month trial, where you can listen to new eps, the entire ad-free archive, and virtually endless exclusive content.
September 24, 2019
EP. 458 — There’s Always A New Woah
Comedian Chill Trill Bill Kottkamp makes a grand return to Who Charted! Bill joins Howard, Stard, and Hugo in counting down the Music Chart all while busting out his best relationship rhymes and vaudeville jokes. Later, we’ll hear about TikTok strategies and where all the diners went during the Movie Chart, and comedian Max Beasley joins for another selection of Hot Picks. Plus, a special announcement.
September 17, 2019
EP. 457 — What If Room, But Gels
The legendary Paul F. Tompkins sweeps his way into the studio with Howard, Hugo, and Engineer Ryan! They count down Billboard’s Top 200 Albums Chart while throwing out opposing Lana Del Rey takes – and blowing the lid off Taylor Swift’s love life. Then, Paul talks about his brand new podcast The Neighborhood Listen during the Movie Chart, and comedian Max Beasley returns to check out the anticipated Ozzy/Post Malone collab with the Hot Picks.
Check out The Neighborhood Listen on Stitcher Premium here.