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Bo Burnham expertly mocks Joe Rogan podcast bros in The Inside Outtake

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Bo Burnham on Inside Outtake and Joe Rogan on his podcast.

Bo Burnham ruthlessly mocks Joe Rogan in Inside OuttakeCredit: YouTube

If you thought you saw the last content of Bo Burnham’s epic Netflix special Inside, you’d be terribly wrong.

so wrong. He has more.

This week Burnham released outtakes from the special, which saw us Jeff Bezos and white women’s Instagram is in a whole new light, and there’s a new addition to their repertoire that’s being discussed all over the internet.

It’s a clear takedown of Joe Rogan-esque podcasting.

In one step, Burnham’s hour-long offering uploaded to YouTube on Tuesday took about 20 minutes—just like in the old days (*wipes away sad tears*) — they launched into a faux podcast that appeared to brutally roast the Joe Rogan Brothers, who pray at the altar of such podcast interactions.

In the clip titled ‘Bo Burnham’s Inside the Podcast with Bo Burnham and Bo Burnham’, the comedian was seen interviewing himself on split-screen in what many believed to be a shot at Rogan’s The Joe Rogan Experience, which Cancel culture thrives on mourning.

He said: ‘We’re two comedians talking, no filter, no one giving af**k what they think and no apologizing for it.’

It was quite obviously epic (Picture: YouTube)

The pair then talk about “PC Culture” (which is “f***ing exhausted, bro”) as well as “SJW (Social Justice Warrior) feminist freaks” who are “anti-comedy and anti-joke”. ‘ are and how ‘it has gotten to the point where you can’t say anything, literally’, raising voices against those who blame ‘Vokey’ for being responsible for the offensive comments .

During Burnham’s dispatch, it was also shown that the podcast was ‘sponsored’ by Manstuff, which is a ‘product made with men in mind, for men by men, because of men in general.’

“They don’t understand comedy,” he agreed on the podcast. ‘We’re kidding, it’s not that serious, guys. We are philosophers as comedians… we keep mirrors… Comedy is an art form.’

Fans’ reactions to Joe Rogan’s podcast came up a lot (Picture: NBCUniversal via Getty Images)

Burnham and Burnham then discuss being ‘cancelled’, after suggesting that comedy is ‘one of the only art forms…

He added: ‘We can’t say that, but yes, gay. Now they are going to follow us… If there was another word that meant gay, who is not gay, we would have used that, but it is not.’

Of course it doesn’t come long after talks about Rogan’s ‘canceling’ that several stars boycotted Spotify – which exclusively airs Rogan’s podcasts – over the presenter sharing misinformation amid the COVID pandemic. was accused of doing.

Addressing the controversy himself, Rogan said: ‘If it gets to a point that I can’t do it anymore, where I have to do it in some kind of weird way where I walk on eggshells and my Take care of P and Q, f* *k that!’

Earlier in the day Burnham, who stopped performing live after suffering a panic attack in 2016, gave us a little heads up that additional footage would drop.

He wrote on Twitter, ‘A year ago today I released a special call Inside. I’ve spent the last two months together editing material that I shot for Special, but didn’t end up using it. It will be on my youtube channel in an hour. I hope you enjoy it.’

And we did.

Sharing the clip on Twitter, one suggested: “Bo Burnham summarizes every episode of the Joe Rogan podcast,” while another echoed similar sentiments: “Bo Burnham sums up every single right-wing podcast host.” af**king made like a buffoon…’

‘Joe Rogan podcast reference went unnoticed…’ another fan of Burnham’s music, while a follower of the pair wrote: ‘I love both Joe Rogan and Bo Burnham, so it made my day .’

PS Deluxe Inside album is out on Friday…

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