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Stuff You Should Know
StuffYouShouldKnow.jpg
The logo for Stuff You Should Know.
Presentation
Hosted by Josh Clark and Charles W. "Chuck" Bryant
Language English
Updates Biweekly
Length 20-60 minutes
Production
Audio format Stereophonic/MP3
No. of episodes 700+
Publication
Debut April 17th, 2008
Provider

HowStuffWorks

Blucora (2014-present)
Website http://www.stuffyoushouldknow.com

Stuff You Should Know, often abbreviated as SYSK, is a free, award-winning podcast and video series published by the HowStuffWorks website and hosted by Josh Clark and Charles W. "Chuck" Bryant, both writers at HowStuffWorks. The podcast is consistently ranked in the Top 10 on iTunes.

The podcast, released every Tuesday and Thursday, educates listeners on a wide variety of topics, often using popular culture as a reference giving the podcast comedic value.[1] The podcast is available for free on the iTunes Store[2] and Zune Marketplace and is one of the top downloaded podcasts in both stores.[3] On January 19, 2013, a full-length SYSK TV show aired on Science Channel and ran for one season.

Josh & Chuck[edit]

Stuff You Should Know is hosted by two senior editors at HowStuffWorks.com, Josh Clark[4] and Charles W. "Chuck" Bryant. Their producer is Jeri "Jerome" Rowland.[5][6][7]

Clark was a host of the show since the beginning, and before Bryant took over the co-hosting duties Clark was joined by several other editors.[1][6] The chemistry between the two, who met after both wore homemade jean jackets around the office with Van Halen logos drawn on the back in marker on the same day,[8] was immediately apparent, and they became fixtures on the show.[9][10] Bryant started working at HowStuffWorks about a month after Clark, and they became good friends within a week.[11]

Josh Clark[edit]

Josh Clark was born July 15, 1976.[12][13][14] He grew up in Toledo, Ohio[6] where his nickname was Pillsbury Doughboy.[15] He was raised Catholic[16] and attended a Catholic school.[17] He moved to Marietta, Georgia as a teenager.[6] Clark's father's name is Mel, and he has two brothers-in-law.[18]

In 2010 Clark lived with his then-girlfriend Umi (who is six months younger than him[19]) in midtown Atlanta;[6] he proposed around June 2011[15] and the couple has since married.[4] The two once rented a house in the Highlands neighborhood of Atlanta.[20] He has four pictures of her on his desk.[8]

He is a former smoker,[8] drinks a lot of coffee,[8] and is an amateur mixologist.[21] His hero is Muhammad Yunus.[7] He and SYSK co-host Chuck Bryant once attended a Motley Crue concert at the invitation of the "super hot metal chick" who plays guitar in Alice Cooper's band.[22] One of his favorite books is 1491, and he is a fan of The Simpsons, "Firefly," and Quentin Tarrantino.[10]

He attended Sprayberry High School[6] and studied history and anthropology at the University of Georgia.[4][23][24][25][26] As a youth interested in the paranormal, he wanted to study parapsychology at Duke University.[27]

After college he pursued a career in journalism[9] and was the founding editor of The Washboard Weekly, an "edgy tabloid" in Johnson City, Tennessee.[6][11] It went out of business due to a lack of advertising.[6][11] His neighbors in Johnson City lived on the side of a mountain in a converted school bus with a chimney coming out of it.[18]

Before joining How Stuff Works in 2007[6][28] he was a self described factotum who held many jobs.[8] He had a paper route, washed dogs, and held "jobs that involved shovels."[8] Before recording his first episode in 2008, Clark had never listened to a podcast,[25] and didn't know what one was.[29]

Charles W. "Chuck" Bryant[edit]

Charles Wayne[7] Bryant is always introduced on the show as Charles W. "Chuck" Bryant, but fans often refer to him as "Chuckers."[30] Born in 1971,[14] Bryant was raised Baptist[17] and played church league sports,[31] although his "constant struggle with [his] religious upbringing"[32] has been "well documented over the years."[32] Bryant grew up in DeKalb County, Georgia and graduated from Redan High School,[6] but his family lived in "rural Mississippi since the dawn of time."[33] He has a brother.[34]

As a youth his family vacationed at Fort Pickens.[35] He enjoyed high school and had many friends, but he did not attend his 25 year high school reunion.[22] He maintains friendship with a few people from high school, but most of his friends are from college or later.[22] Humorist John Hodgman is a "dear friend."[36]

Bryant is married to Emilie Sennebogen.[21] As of 2010, he lived in East Lake, Georgia.[6] As a self-described "crazy animal person,"[37] he has two cats[7] and multiple dogs including a catahoula cur.[37] He plays the guitar in an "old man band."[21][25]

Bryant attended The University of Georgia[6] where he studied English.[26] After college he took classes in screenwriting at New York University's film school and then moved to Los Angeles for four years.[6] He is the author of six screenplays,[6] including one about a Southern Baptist church called "Sweet, Sweet Spirit,"[11] but did not find success in that field.[11][22][29] While in Los Angeles, he was a production assistant on TV commercials, a few indie movies, and music videos, which he claims helped with the TV version of Stuff You Should Know.[22][29] He was hired at How Stuff Works after a friend got a job there, and submitted the first act of a screenplay as a writing sample.[9]

As a writer and producer he has worked on The Jeff Probst Show and The Good Humor Man.[38] He is a fan of Star Wars, but not Star Trek.[10]

Podcast[edit]

History[edit]

The podcast was launched on April 17, 2008, with Bryant making his debut on May 13, 2008.[11] Bryant became the permanent cohost on July 15, 2008.[11] The podcast, which was named by Clark,[6] began as an attempt to re-purpose some of the written content on HowStuffWorks.com.[10][39] Clark had never listened to a podcast before he recorded his first episode in 2008.[1][25]

The podcast has steadily grown in popularity since its introduction and has made appearances at events including South by Southwest and Comic-Con. As of 19 September 2014, the Stuff You Should Know podcast has released over 700 episodes.[25] Several episodes have been recorded during live events, including two during their World Tour of Canada in September and October 2014.[40] While in Canada they also participated in the Northwest Podcast Festival.[41] at SXSW in 2011 and 2012,[42] and New York Comic Con in 2012 where they recorded their discussion entitled "Time Travel: Science Fact or Science Fiction?"[10][43]

During the 4th of July weekend in 2011 there was a Stuff You Should Know About America marathon on Sirius XM radio.[44] It featured previous episodes, as well as a lie segment with Wyatt Cenac and Hallie Haglund of "The Daily Show" as well as Joe Randazzo, Joe Garden and Jill Morris of "The Onion".[44] Their 420th episode was on medical marijuana, although this was a coincidence.[45]

In 2011 the podcast added "Bonus Videos" to the podcast feed. These consist of humorous 60 second videos where Clark and Bryant converse about subjects they covered on previous podcasts while doing a variety of random activities (playing checkers, getting fitted for a suit, going to a doctor, driving through a car wash). As they speak, the scene changes repeatedly to something completely different, though their conversation continues uninterrupted as though nothing had happened. These clips have also aired during commercial slots on Science and appear on their YouTube channel.

There is one unaired episode on animal detectives that they hope will never be published.[29]

Format[edit]

The podcast has been described as the "heart and soul of the operation,"[25] and the "well researched" episodes cover a variety topics from the fields of "science, history, urban legends, and pop culture, with the occasional conspiracy theory thrown in for good measure."[10] Clark and Bryant have a conversation about the given topic such that, by the end, listeners have a "basic working knowledge of that subject."[10]

Their "biggest hits" include episodes on Spam, hangovers, tipping in restaurants, cheese, Barbie, and pinball.[25] The topics that get the greatest response from listeners include death and grieving,[25] and episodes that received "less enthusiastic feedback" include shows on homelessness/addiction, Tourette's Syndrome, and transgender issues.[10] It was the second podcast on HowStuffWorks.[6] Episodes are normally around 45 minutes in length, although for more in-depth topics the show occasionally runs long as an hour or more. Initial episodes were much shorter in duration, often less than 10 minutes.

One of the reasons the hosts believe the show has been so successful is that they are "definitely not experts" in the myriad subjects they explore, but are instead "just guys who enjoy research and we’re very curious."[25] Their formula "is part self-deprecating humour, part infectious wonder and part self-discipline to go their separate ways and do all their own research and reflection before they get to the studio."[25] They often try to surprise one another with their research,[10][29] and do not have a script or a time limit before they sit down to record.[6][25]

Most episodes ends with listener mail, although there is an occasional segment known as "Administrative Details." Listener mail debuted on January 6, 2009, and was known as "Correction Time."[46] The first time it was known as "Listener Mail" was the very next episode on January 8, 2009, an episode that was inspired by a listener's email.[47] During the Listener Mail portion of the podcast on April 11, 2013, a new jingle for the show was introduced.[48] It was written and recorded by Rusty Matyas of Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada, a musician and fan.[48]

The Stuff You Should Know staff includes Rebecca, the web producer, Matt and Noel, the occasional guest producers, as well as Sherry and Joe.[49]

YouTube[edit]

Stuff You Should Know also has a YouTube channel. Animated shorts are released on Mondays, This Day in History videos are released on Tuesdays, and Clark's series Don't Be Dumb airs a new episode on Thursdays.[50] In addition, the pair also offers live shorts and movie reviews.[51]

In "Don't Be Dumb," Clark explains a topic while wearing a tweed jacket and bow tie. His posture, gestures, and stilted language are intentionally uncomfortable and awkward. Each episode ends with Clark saying: "So, next time someone tells you [subject of video], you set them straight! And tell them Josh sent you."

Internet Roundup is a new video segment filmed in the studio. Chuck and Josh highlight a couple of posts found deep in the web that they find interesting, entreating or amusing.

TV show[edit]

A full-length Stuff You Should Know TV show premiered on January 19, 2013 on the Science Channel, which was owned by Discovery Network, the parent company of HowStuffWorks. The show included a pilot and 10 episodes each 30 minutes in length.[3][52]

Described as the "love child of the British version of The Office and an overheard conversation about science between two reasonably informed guys,"[53] the show was about a real podcast that is set in a fictional world. Each episode followed Josh and Chuck inside and outside the recording booth, combining the factual information of their podcast with humorous, fictional story lines that align with each podcast topic.[54]

The show had "the attention span of a teenaged boy" and "bounces from scene to scene without explanation or sense."[53] Focus groups at the 2012 South by Southwest screened episodes and provided feedback for the development of the show, and its pacing in particular.[10]

The lead actress on the show was Caitlin Bitzegaio of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre.[29] The shows were directed by L.C. Crowley[55] with a theme song and score composed by The Henry Clay People,[42] the "unofficial house band" of Stuff You Should Know.[19] Guests on the show included John Hodgman, Sarah Silverman, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Rufus Wainwright, and Michio Kaku.[56]

The show was canceled after the first season "due to poor ratings",[57] although each episode is made available for purchase on iTunes and Google Play. It was the most expensive pilot episode ever produced by the Discovery Chanel.[10]

Outside activities[edit]

As with the other podcasts offered by HowStuffWorks, Stuff You Should Know has its own blog updated daily by its hosts and often featuring the same type of material found in the podcasts, often with show followups. There is also both a Twitter account and Facebook page for SYSK. Clark and Bryant were the co-hosts for the Science of Cyborgs event hosted by the Science and Entertainment Exchange.[9]

Microlending[edit]

Starting in 2009, after doing an episode on how microlending works, the show began encouraging listeners to make loans on the online microlending site Kiva.[1] A Stuff You Should Know team had raised $150,000 by the middle of 2010,[1] and more than $2.75 million by November 2014.[58] In 2009 they challenged Stephen Colbert to see whose team could raise $100,000 first[59] and they "beat the pants off off" him, reaching that goal in three months.[60]

The lending team is now run by fan volunteers,[1] has since consistently ranked among the top five teams in terms of both donations and users. As of November 2014 the team ranked #7 for new users among new Kiva users, and in the "Friends" category of teams, ranked #2 for new users and amount loaned.[58]

Books[edit]

Clark and Bryant also present two longer and more in-depth audio programs featuring interviews and portions recorded on location available for purchase as audiobooks, which are entitled The Super Stuffed Guide to the Economy and The Super Stuffed Guide to Happiness.

They are also working on a Stuff You Should Know book, which they hope to have published "before the end of the decade."[21]

Cooperative for Education[edit]

In February 2010,[61] Clark, Bryant, and Rowland traveled to Guatemala to promote Cooperative for Education, an organization which gives textbooks to schools in Guatemala to be rented by students for a small fee that is then deposited into an account that will be used to replace old textbooks in the future.[26] They produced a pair of podcast on the topic.[61]

Reception[edit]

The show is downloaded more than 1 million times per week and is consistently on iTunes’ Top 10 podcast rankings,[3] peaking at #1.[1] It is "one of the most downloaded podcasts on the planet."[11] The show won the 2014 People's Voice Webby Award in the Mobile – Podcast division.[62] and a place in Podcast Awards's Education category.[1] At live events the demographics of the audiences are "all over the map. There are some geeks here and there, but also super cool people, and families and kids, and old people."[63]

Entertainment Weekly chose the TV show in early February 2013 as #7 for their "The Must List: The Top 10 Things We Love This Week," writing, "Whether you're curious about bee colonies or weather control, Josh Clark and Chuck Bryant have the scoop."[64] The podcast has been said to cover "a truly staggering range of topics."[10]

Clark and Bryant have been described as "hosts so lovely you may just fall in love with them,"[65] and provide the show with "an everyman, conversational feel to the show — two pals sitting back and picking apart one topic after another."[11] Several couples have been brought together because of their mutual fondness for the podcast, and one even had a Stuff You Should Know-themed wedding.[11]

They receive over 350 pieces of fan mail a week.[1][9] After two months, their Facebook page had over 10,000 likes,[1] and as of November 2014 it had more than 500,000. One reviewer said of it: "It is never not fun to listen to."[66]

Stuff You Should Know's "beautifully, beautifully done" production has set "the audio standard," according to podcast reviewers Pod on Pod. They added that the audio quality "could not be improved" on the NPR-level production.[66]

The podcast "Catholic Stuff You Should Know" is modeled after Clark and Bryant's podcast.[67]

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  32. ^ Josh Clark and Charles W. "Chuck" Bryant (December 11, 2014). "Homeschooling: Not Just For Hippies and Religious People Anymore". Stuff You Should Know (Podcast). Blucora. Retrieved 2015-01-05. 
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