Comedian KURT BRAUNOHLER announces the launch of his amazing new podcast "THE K OHLE with KURT BRAUNOHLER."  Created and hosted by Kurt and available on the NERDIST NETWORK, The K Ohle podcast includes some not-so-standard segments featuring Kurt and some fantastic guests including Paul F Tompkins, Matt Braunger, Jon Daly, Kumail Nanjiani, Steve Agee, Nick Thorburn (from Islands/Unicorns who also wrote the theme song!) and more.  The K Ohle podcast's very original formats include (but are not limited to):
The Boat Show – "The Best Non-Boating Boat Show on the Internet"
Kurt and his guests talk at length about boating, a topic of which they have no knowledge.
PETophilia – "The Animal Show for People Who Think Animals are Dumb"
Kurt's guests get into it about their pets; plus, Animal Stories of the Week, Fact Animal Facts, and Who's Dumber, the fun game that humiliates animals!
Get Lost! – "This Feels a Bit Rape-y"
Every episode, Kurt takes a guest into his car, blindfolds them, and while they have a chat, Kurt drives them around LA and then he lets his guest out of the car somewhere they've never been. Once the blindfold is off, Kurt's guest then has to figure out where they are and how they will get back.
"The K Ohle" is available on the Nerdist Network with a new episode posting free every Tuesday. The debut episode with Paul F Tompkins can be heard here:
Kurt Braunohler is an endlessly creative talent who was recently featured in the LA Times who hailed Kurt is "a prolific stand-up comedian."  Kurt was also named one of Variety's 2012 Comics To Watch, "One of the 50 Funniest" in all of NY (Time Out New York) "Best Male Stand Up" (ECNY), and crowned "Best Unscripted Host" (New York Television Festival).
Along with his comedy partner Kristen Schaal, Kurt hosts the wildly popular weekly comedy show "Hot Tub" every Monday night at the Virgil in LA.  It was praised as "the hottest new comedy show" by LA Magazine.
Kurt Braunohler can been seen as a regular guest on Chelsea Lately  and can be heard in the new season of Bob's Burgers. He can also be seen as host of IFC's BUNK! and heard on This American Life talking about his 13-year relationship Rumspringa. Kurt will release his debut comedy album How Do I Land? on Kill Rock Stars this summer.
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