Comedy Central's new show Detroiters shown through the lens of the show's creators — very niche, quirky, and tons of soul. But how does it stack up against the Detroit that we all know and love? Well, this new podcast is here to help.
If you’re not interested in Detroiters talk, then maybe the second half focusing on the fascinating career of Mark Ridley will be more enticing. He talks about the road to starting his club in Royal Oak and shares stories about Tim Allen, Jon Stewart and Robin Williams.
Listeners can expect a new episode every week within a few days of the new episodes airing (there are 10 scheduled for the first season). In keeping with the Detroit spirit, their rating scale for each episode: a scale of 1 to 5 coneys.
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