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Spreading The Werd with Biff Sweetwater

Spreading The Werd with Biff Sweetwater has evolved into several podcasts all under the same umbrella. Originally an interview/sketch comedy podcast featuring a parody of Coast 2 Coast AM, a former African child soldier, a woman that used to be a man, bands, actors, authors, comedians and more things & stuff.

Here you can find classic old time radio shows released every week on Biff's Mystery Theatre.

Biff & his co-host Taylor aka Doctor Milne did the short lived Gotham City Podcast Dudes or GCPDudes, where they review episodes of the tv series Gotham.

The latest podcast to join the Sweetwater podcast family is Hypothetical Homicide, where each episode guests discuss how they would murder Biff in order to fulfill a contract Dolph Lundgren has set up, as well as, ponder murders from all space & time in general.

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Jan 17, 2021

This week I'm bringing back Arch Obler's Lights Out as one of my dog walking clients mentioned it was one he used to listen to back in the day. This one's for you Eric.


Jan 13, 2021

The good doctor and I watch and talk shit on cartoons and give custom fast food orders.

Fuck you! Pay me!


Jan 10, 2021

A retelling of stories we've already heard on Suspense or Escape but no done by CBSRMT. First up the classic Country of the Bling by H.G. Wells followed by the story of a man who will trade body parts of his own for others and for wealth. 


Jan 7, 2021

Devils in the details folks and I'm reading these IKEA instructions in Korean.


Jan 4, 2021

An all female cast in a all female school set of this week's drama and then jealousy, betrayal and envy lead to murder in two of the final tales. All episodes were originally released on or around the New Year in the mid 1940s.