Weirdo is the fifth estate, an online magazine and podcast that investigates the world of pop culture.
It was launched by the late John Kricfalusi, a journalist who died in February at the age of 93.
Its title is a reference to Kricfals “I’m not a weirdo” catchphrase.
The show’s co-host, actor/writer/director/singer/actor/actor Adam Savage, has also been a prolific producer.
It’s a podcast that explores issues from pop culture, politics and even the paranormal.
Its most popular episode, “Savage Tales”, features a wide range of topics including weirdo culture, paranormal, and the paranormal and how to spot a creepy person.
The podcast has a following of more than 200,000 listeners and the show has featured in publications such as New York Magazine, Time, Entertainment Weekly, and NPR.
The fifth estate’s latest episode, called “Porn: What the Science Says,” has been downloaded more than 300,000 times, and has received more than 2.7 million views on YouTube.
On Wednesday, the podcast hit a milestone with its highest-rated episode to date: the second-most-watched episode of its six-year run, “The Weirdo Phenomenon.”
On the show, Savage, Savage Tales host Adam Savage and writer-producer James L. Brooks discuss topics from science to porn to weirdos and weirdos that can’t be explained.
On the third episode of the series, “Pee-wee’s Big Holiday”, host Adam Smith (who plays a puffy old man) explains how the holidays are about family, friends and having fun.
On Sunday, the fifth edition of the podcast went viral with the most-wanted list.
It has been watched more than 6.6 million times and has garnered more than 1.8 million comments.