Country-ish with Jon Reep

Hosted ByJon Reep

From Hickory to Hollywood and back to Hickory again, Jon Reep brings his unique, Country-ish point-of-view to his weekly podcast.

From Hickory to Hollywood and back to Hickory again, Jon Reep brings his unique, Country-ish point-of-view to his weekly podcast. Jon chats with local friends and celebrity guests, and has ongoing segments such as “Small Town News”, “Good Will Hunting”, “Meme Me”, and “Jon’s Journal”.

 

Your Host: 

Jon Reep is a nationally touring comedian whose contemporary country point of view has won over legions of fans in comedy clubs, on tv and in film. As a stand-up he’s built a following through his hilarious comedy specials and as the winner of NBC’s fifth season of Last Comic Standing. He can currently be seen in Netflix’s Brad Paisley’s Comedy Rodeo and his new standup album Ginger Pain was released in March 2019 on 800 Pound Gorilla Records. Jon’s hour standup special Jon Reep: Metro Jethro and his half hour standup special both aired on Comedy Central.
Jon is also host of the popular podcast Fried on Bill Burr and Al Madrigal’s All Things Comedy digital platform. As an actor, Jon has been seen in Tig Notaro’s Amazon Series One Mississisppi, CW’s Jane The Virgin, ABC’s Black-ish, HBO’s Eastbound and Down, and as the “Hemi Guy” from Dodge’s popular ad campaign. On the big screen he appeared in the feature film Into the Storm and as the beloved “Raymus, the pot smoking farmer” in Harold and Kumar: Escape From Guantanamo Bay.
On a nonstop tour since he burst onto the scene, Jon performs to sold-out audiences at clubs and theaters across the country.


All Episodes

Country-ish with Jon Reep #25: The Wrong Missy, Residual Checks, and Red Lobster Brawls

In this episode Jon and Marcus Stamos get together and talk about the movie “The Wrong Missy” on Netflix and Jon’s “Confinement Confessions” for Comedy Central. Then they play Americans favorite new game “How Much Is That Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?” Next, in “Small Town News”, a story about a brawl breaking out at a Red Lobster after long Mother’s Day wait times. Finally, “Goodwill Hunting” is back! Marc and Jon unbox gifts for each other from a Goodwill. This one is better than a biscuit with cheddar!

Country-ish with Jon Reep #24: Great Balls of Fire, Texas Whorehouses, & Wine Truck Hijackers

In this episode the whole gang is back together! They talk about Momosa’s eye surgery, announce the 2021 Jon Reep Cruise, and show a Ring doorbell video of Jon nearly killing himself trying to light a gas grill. Then, “The Stream Team” streams on and reviews the movie “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas”. In “Small Town News”, a man gets arrested for climbing under a tanker truck filled with wine and begins drinking. Next, it’s “Who’s Zoomin Who” where comedian Brent Blakeney zooms in to show off his new mohawk. Finally, it’s “Jon’s Journal” time where Jon reads an entry about a typical Friday in 1989. This episode is slicker than cat poop on a linoleum floor.

Country-ish with Jon Reep #23: Crazy Moms, The Cart Narc, Redneck Punks & English Strengths

In this episode Jon and Sebastian talk about Mom’osa getting her own private Facebook group, trolling the “Country Living” Twitter account, and a new song by Joel Frye called “High Fives & Hell Yeahs”. Then they take your phone calls about your craziest Mom stories. Next it’s “Who’s Zoomin Who” as Agent Sebastian – aka “The Cart Narc” – zooms in to talk about dodging a bullet. Then in “Small Town News” they talk about a lady who cut a hole in her mask so she could breathe plus a story about some redneck punks leaving a hog skin on a mailbox. Finally, in “Jons Journal”, Jon shows off his English writing skills and his plan to be an astronomer. This one is for yo momma!

Country-ish with Jon Reep #22: Max Deacon, Residual Checks, Cart Narcs, & How to Take a Hit

In this episode of the Country-ish Podcast, Jon and Marc Stamos get together and talk about trolling the “Country Living” account on Twitter for NOT being country enough. Then the conversation turns to Mom’osa’s upcoming eye surgery & making Ginger Beard Masks. After that, they play a game of “How Much Is That Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?” Then, it’s “Who’s Zoomin’ Who” as actor Max Deacon zooms in to talk about an awkward moment he and Jon shared on the set of “Into the Storm”. Next up is “Small Town News” where we learn about the Cart Narcs, courageous agents out to publicly shame those who do not return their shopping cart to the cart corral. And finally, it’s “Jon’s Journal” with an entry about a very questionable tackle dummy exercise at football practice. This episode is full of tough love.

Country-ish with Jon Reep #21: ‘Rona Masks, Stroker Ace, Zane Lamprey, & Florida Man!

In this episode, Jon and Sebastian get together and talk about wearing masks in public and taking cotton swabs up your nose. Then it’s time for a Country-ish “Stream Team Movie Review”! They review the 1983 comedy “Stroker Ace” starring Burt Reynolds and Loni Anderson. Then it’s “Who’s Zoomin Who? as a comedian, author, TV host, & inventor, Zane Lamprey zooms in to talk about quarantined life in Los Angeles. And finally in “Small Town News” a story about a Florida man coughing & spitting at a deputy and saying, ‘I hope you catch corona’! This episode will NOT give you the ‘rona!

Country-ish with Jon Reep #20: Quarantined with Steve Simeone, Gas Explosions & Googolplexes

Jon can only have his buddy Marcus Stamos in the studio, thanks to the quarantine, but that doesn’t stop him from doing a “Meme Me” segment that showcases his incredible tanning skills. Then it’s time for “Jon’s Journal”, followed by an interview with comedian Steve Simeone. Jon shares a video he did with comedian Steve Byrne where they both get a coffee colonic, then it’s “Small Town News” about a gas explosion in his hometown of Hickory… along with some interesting bystanders. This episode will blow the incredibly long, flowing hair off your face!

Country-ish with Jon Reep #19: Steve Byrne, Coffee Colonics, Mullets & Residual Checks

In this episode, the boys are quarantined and using Zoom to record the podcast. Except, Jon who has his girlfriend Jodie comes in and cuts his hair into a mullet. Then, it’s time for (Who’s Zooming Who?) comedian friend Steve Byrne zooms in to talk about the time he and Jon received a coffee colonic together. Next, it’s another round of everyone’s favorite new game, (How Much is That Residual Check?). And Finally, it’s another edition of (Jon’s Journal). This one is about the superstition of black cats causing bad luck if they cross your path. This episode will zoom out the toxins in your body.

Country-ish with Jon Reep #18: John Heffron, Best Trends, Powder Puff Football & Cop Carjacking

In this episode, the boys are joined by friend Shaftney Beaver for a new segment called “Best Trends”. Then comedian John Heffron zooms in to talk about how he’s dealing with social distancing. Next up it’s time for another edition of “Jon’s Journal”…this one is about a Powder Puff football game. After that its “Small Town News” about a shirtless Florida man stealing a police car and driving up to 150 MPH. Finally, they end the podcast with a “Goodwill Hunting” segment. This episode is like a game of Grand Theft Auto.

Country-ish with Jon Reep #17: Popsicle Update, Old Crush Corrections, & Residual Checks!

In this episode, the gang talks about how the Coronavirus has infected their lives thus far. Betty Reep, aka “Mom’mosa”, comes in to give us a David Reep, or “Popsicle”, Update. Then one of Jon’s old crushes Skypes in to the show to confront Jon about a past episode. The boys play a new game called “How Much is That Residual Check?” followed by another round of Goodwill Hunting. This episode flattens the curve!

Country-ish with Jon Reep #16: “Stamos’ DNA, Worlds Sexiest Man, Squatters, & Urban Cowboy”

In this episode the gang talks about the Coronavirus and shows some videos of Sebastian & Stamos in a “Sexiest Man Alive” contest on a cruise ship. Then Jon reveals the results of Marcus Stamos’ DNA test. What is his ancestry? In “Small Town News” a story about a squatter in Nashville who attacks a TV crew with an axe. Then, finally, the boys review the 1981 movie classic “Urban Cowboy”. You think you might not like it, but you will.