SModcast

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SModcast
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Presentation
Hosted by Kevin Smith
Scott Mosier
Genre Comedy
Language English
Updates Sundays
Length Approx. 1 Hour
Production
Production Ken Plume
Audio format MP3
No. of episodes 322
Publication
Debut February 5, 2007
Website SModcast.com

SModcast is a weekly podcast featuring filmmaker Kevin Smith and his long-time producing partner Scott Mosier, although guests are occasionally featured. Released each Sunday night/Monday morning, the episodes are generally one hour in length and feature Smith and Mosier discussing current events and other non-sequitur topics.

The name was derived from taking the first letters of "Smith" and "Mosier" and replacing the "P" in podcast.[1] The podcast was originally distributed through Smith's entertainment website Quick Stop Entertainment. New episodes were made available for download each Sunday night or Monday morning, and are then released through the RSS feed the following Friday in order to ease bandwidth strains on the Quickstop Entertainment.[2] On January 1, 2010, the host site was sold, the SModcasts were removed and a dedicated site was started. In addition, the one-week delay for iTunes subscribers was dropped starting with SModcast 101.[3]

In September 2009, a book of Smith's favorite SModcasts called Shootin' the Sh*t with Kevin Smith was released.[4]

SModcast guests[edit]

While the show is primarily hosted by Smith and Mosier, there have been several occasions when Mosier was unable to record, and his place was filled by one or more guests, though sometimes guests appear with Smith and Mosier.

Name Episode(s)
Bryan Johnson 26, 33, 34, 35, 59, 60, 61, 72, 73, 78, 84, 85, 86, 109, 114, 126, 128, 162, 207, 208, 240, 258, 289
Walt Flanagan 13, 14, 24, 25, 34, 35, 50, 59, 60, 61, 84, 109, 114, 126, 128, 162, 289
Malcolm Ingram 14, 24, 25, 73.5, 74, 75, 91, 92, 108, 200
Jennifer Schwalbach 20, 22, 23, 99, 106, 174, 243, 256
Jason Mewes 16, 36, 44, 126, 208
Grace Smith 102, 103, 139, 148, 279, 291
Harley Quinn Smith 47, 54, 174, 257
Brian Quinn 126, 128
Ken Plume 98
Natali 107
Jeff Anderson 134, 312
Richard Branson 228
Dick Costolo 228
Gerard Way 234, 235
Mikey Way 234, 235
Aisha Tyler 244
Lisa Kudrow 245, 247
Russell Brand 250
Ernest O'Donnell 251, 291
Mitch Albom 254
Meghan Quinlan 256
Andy McElfresh 260
Felicia Day 261
David Choe 263, 264
Renee Humphrey 266, 267
Trevor Fehrman 266, 267
Jim Norton 268
Mario Joyner 269
Matt Johnson 273
Jordan Galland 278
Haley Joel Osment 304
Génesis Rodríguez 304
Chris Parkinson 308

Awards and recognition[edit]

The podcast has been nominated for several awards,[citation needed] and has gained a great deal of recognition from various sources. In 2007, the podcast was named one of the best new podcasts by iTunes.[5] In 2010, several of the podcasts were placed upon iTunes' Best Podcasts of 2010 list which included: Jay & Silent Bob Get Old, Tell 'Em Steve-Dave!, Hollywood Babble-On, and Highlands: A Peephole History.[6]

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