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'''''Bouncing Wailord''''' is a Pokémon-centric {{wp|comedy}} podcast hosted by eSeamus and co-hosted by square and Spiffy that debuted on April 11, 2011.
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Revision as of 03:48, 24 October 2012

Bouncing Wailord - The Pokémon Comedy Podcast
BouncingWailord.jpg
Bouncing Wailord's podcast art
Language English
Status Active
Run April 2011 - Present
Podcast debuted April 11, 2011
Last episode published {{{final}}}
Website closed {{{site_close}}}
Reason {{{reason}}}
Creator(s) eSeamus
Host(s) Jane Doe
Number of Episodes 73 (as of October 21, 2012)
Forum Bouncing Wailord Forum
Mascot Wailord
Website Main website
Feed Bouncing Wailord - The Pokémon Comedy Podcast RSS feed Bouncing Wailord - The Pokémon Comedy Podcast on the iTunes Store
Callisto.fm
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Bouncing Wailord is a Pokémon-centered comedy podcast hosted by eSeamus and co-hosted by square and Spiffy that debuted on April 11, 2011.

Podcast

Episode list

Hosts

Main

eSeamus
square
Spiffy

Guests and recurring co-hosts

Bouncing Wailord often has members of the Pokémon community on the show as guests. Guest co-hosts have included:

  • LightRai, Wiilio, and Satoshi-kun from the Bulbagarden IRC and Forums
  • Aaron and Evie from the Awesomed By Comics podcast
  • Various hosts of It's Super Effective including:
    • Steve Black Jr.
    • Travis Wheeler
    • Saul Coronado
    • Jay Petrequin
    • David Thomas
    • Kenny McKee
  • Tyler Shepard (formerly The Punishipster)
  • Kisuke Shihoin of Emonga Cast and Pokémon Flame Charge
  • Smuglord
  • CloudKazama
  • Chris Sims
  • Audrey from the YouTube channel AudreyIsCrew
  • Rain Tessman
  • Don or Omen from StriatonRadio
  • NintenDorky
  • Makoto of Pikapi Podcast

External links

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