Pod Stallions 109: Questions from the Group
For years now, Pod Stallions fans have been wondering what makes its enigma-like hosts tick: what are their loves? Hates? Favorites? Secret crushes? Where do they go when they cry? Did they really nearly come to blows with two other podcast hosts debating the best Phantom, Paradise or Opera? Well, some of those and many more burning questions will be answered in the new episode, as the fans have formatted this one! Questions submitted, answers given. So wade in as the curtain is pulled back to reveal Brian and Jason at their most naked (metaphorically, obviously), in Pod Stallions’ Group Free For All!
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