Laffcast.com is a home grown podcasting network founded in 2011 by Chris Scamuffa, a.k.a. CMuff. At the scheduled time for each podcast a live video stream appears on their Facebook Fan Page. At that time, that podcast may also be heard on the live audio stream on Laffcast.com. All podcast video recordings are then available on their Facebook Fan Page, or their audio recordings can be accessed on their Laffcast.com page or via the Laffcast.com mobile app. Please be sure to rate our app after downloading it.
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History of Laffcast.com
January 2009, Chris Scamuffa and Nick Kupsey form The KupMuff Show, a weekly one hour podcast, which operated from CMuff's parent's basement in Upper Darby, PA.
March 2009, Branden "The Drizzle" joins The KupMuff Show. Leaves in March 2010.
May 2009, The KupMuff Show performs their first Live Event broadcast from Barnaby's of America in Havertown, PA. The room is so full and loud, no one can hear the show occurring. A recording of this 3 hour travesty does exist. Music notably by Radiohead tribute band, Meeting in the Aisle. And not so notably by, Last Kids Picked.
September 2009, CMuff became a big boy and bought his own home in Media, PA. And the studio equipment moved with him out of his parent's basement into his own basement.
March 2010, Steve Ippy becomes co-host of KupMuff. Leaves in July 2010.
March 2010, CMuff attempted stand-up comedy for the first time at Cantina Diablos Mexican bar and restaurant, and quickly realizes after 2 more feeble attempts that he's not cut out for the stage.
April 2010, Nick Kupsey attempted stand-up comedy for the first time at Cantina Diablos Mexican bar and restaurant. He later attends Helium Comedy Club's school of comedy, and is still performing stand-up to this day.
September 2010, Joanne Mac becomes co-host of KupMuff. She is still with them today. In March 2013, Joanne recorded her 100th KupMuff show, dubbed The Joanne Show.
October 2010, CMuff meets the diabolical N.A. Poe, who asks to start using the studio equipment for his own weekly one hour show, The Panic Hour, which began in February 2011. Here Laffcast.com was born, as to support two podcasts from one website, which is locally hosted/housed at Laffcast.
May 2011, The KupMuff Show returns to Barnaby's of America in Havertown, PA with MMA pal, Sam Oropeza for a Take Two rendition of their Live Event. It was not as good a turn out as the first show, but definitely a fun event which benefited Sam's Autism Awareness foundation. Performances by comedians Evan Marz, Nick Abate and Omar Scruggs. Music by Mike Nappi and Timaro Sadiq.
October 2011, Joe Mayo's powerful presence on The Panic Hour merited him his own weekly one hour show, Verbal Assault.
December 2011, The KupMuff Show celebrated their 100th show.
January 2012, Jay West and Eric Todd co-hosted the weekly one hour show, The Donkey Show. Moving over to Laffcast from Volta Radio. But only after a short eleven show run, as of July 2012, The Donkey Show no longer operates from Laffcast.com.
March 2012, Bob DeSantis and Dave Primiano got wind of a podcasting studio they could use for their next venture. And so Bob and Dave Are Terrible People was formed. This show began in April 2012 and broadcasts live bi-weekly, every first and third Wednesday.
Also April 2012, Laffcast.com organized its first ever comedy production from Maggie O'Neill's Pub in Drexel Hill, PA. "A Fool's Delight of Comedy" Hosted by CMuff, with comedians Dave Primiano, Bob DeSantis, Eric Grassi, Nick Abate, Eric Todd, Jay West, Joe Mayo, Steve Miller-Miller, N.A. Poe, Nick Kupsey, Rick Mirarchi and Craig Mclaren. As well as unexpected performances from Greg Lynn, Mary Radzinski and Pat House.
May 2012, Nick Abate and Eric Grassi started their monthly one hour show, Down And Out Radio, every last Wednesday. In September 2012 Nick left the show, and in December 2012 Eric rebooted the franchise to do the show again with Brandon Gain, which is now live every first Saturday at 5pm ET, with Kricket Lee. (Former co-hosts: Chris Mas, Chris Mezz and Beth McNulty)
August 2012, Christian "Mezz" Grey and Tom "TR" Robinson created the weekly one hour show, Danger-Radio. Shortly after starting, Mezz and TR had a falling out, and TR continued Danger-Radio with his new co-host, Greg Lynn. Mezz and TR have since made up, and the show now has 3 co-hosts. This show has provided some of the most popular or recognizable guests to appear on Laffcast to date. For example, former Philadelphia Eagle running back, Thomas Tapeh and legendary wrestlers from Terry Funk and Tully Blanchard to New Jack.
Also August 2012, Canadian football enthusiasts Eric Todd and co-host Steve Rees, along with their pals Dan Friel, John Kensil and Darin Martinez begin their weekly one hour show, EricToddcast. "Eric Todd, the only comedian in America with his own podcast." A world wide phenomenon known as "Old fat lady in a fanny pack, sitting outside a paint ball place" originated from this show. This is true life by the way...this is not Doritos or anything.
And August 2012, Laffcast.com broadcasts TFP Live!!! from Underground Arts in Philadelphia, PA for the group Truth, Freedom and Prosperity. With host Mike Salvi. Comedians N.A. Poe and Steve Miller-Miller. Musical guest Payday Monsanto, and special guest Adam Kokesh. TFP Live!!! is a monthly event. See Mike Salvi's World homepage for more information.
October 2012, Laffcast.com and The KupMuff Show sponsor local MMA fighter, a.k.a The Pride of Briarcliffe, Sam Oropeza during Cage Wars, a televised Xtreme Fight Event at Harrah's Casino in Philadelphia, PA.
October 2012, Laffcast.com welcomes it's first activism based (not comedy first) show, Mike Salvi's World. Mike was already operating his podcast on his own. But by joining Laffcast.com it helped him turn his focus on the meat and potatoes of his show instead of always having to worry about the technical stuff.
November 2012, Laffcast.com held its first Live Philadelphia Comedy show at Generations Restaurant in Media, PA. Hosted by Nick Kupsey, with comedians Darren Smith, Nick Abate, Rob DeSantis, Kevin Ryan, Lisa Yost, Mike Rainey, Eric Todd and James Hesky (Philly's Phunniest 2012).
March 2013, Laffcast.com held its second Live Philadelphia Comedy show at Generations Restaurant in Media, PA. Hosted by Nick Kupsey, with comedians Steve Rees, Kricket Lee, Dave Primiano, Rob DeSantis, Mike Rainey, Mary Radzinski, Darryl Charles and Craig Mclaren.
Also March 2013, Laffcast.com introduces the "Friends of Laffcast" section on its website. This is a list of more podcasts, but are not operated out of the Laffcast.com studio.
And March 2013, Laffcast.com produces its second comedy show from Maggie O'Neill's Pub in Drexel Hill, PA. Hosted by Nick Kupsey. With comedians, Greg Lynn, Eric Grassi, N.A. Poe, Christian Grey, Eric Todd, Steve Rees and John Kensil.
July 2013, Laffcast.com becomes an official sponsor of the first annual, Philadelphia Podcast Festival.
August 2013, Chris Scamuffa takes part as a panellist expert for PhillyCAM's "what is podcasting?" segment of the Philadelphia Podcast Festival.
Also August 2013, The Maxx & Stax Show, featuring Lamont Maxx and Stax Nificent, begins broadcasting live every Sunday at 1pm on Laffcast.com.
August 31, 2013 at 12 midnight, Joe Mayo begins his vinyl spinning venture, Record Riot, by broadcasting for 48 hours straight. The podcast officially began 10 pm Friday September 14, 2013 and can be heard at the same time every Friday.
September 20, 2013, Laffcast.com sponsors up and coming MMA star, Sam Oropeza for Matrix 8 as the Main Event at The Sheet Metal Workers Union Hall in Philadelphia, PA. See Sam's victory here.
September 21 2013, Laffcast.com held its third Live Philadelphia Comedy show at Generations Restaurant in Media, PA. Hosted by Nick Kupsey, with comedians, Kricket Lee, Tommy Highland, Ding Dong Demps, Mike Rainey, John Kensil, Liz Russo, Chris Cotton, Jim Ginty and Alex Pearlman.
October 26, 2013, The Tacony Offensive, featuring Timothy "Jay Jay" McGuire and Johnny Cook, begins broadcasting live on Saturdays on Laffcast.com.
November 15, 2013, Laffcast.com sponsors MMA star, Sam Oropeza once again for Bellator 108 at Revel Casino in Atlantic City, NJ. See Sam's 37 second victory here.
November 27, 2013, Laffcast.com introduces Jive, the turkey.
November 24, 2013, Laffcast.com hosted "Steve Rees' Not Safe For Work Grey Cup Extravaganza Spectacular Experience" Comedic live coverage of the 101st CFL Grey Cup between the Hamilton Ti-Cats and the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Co-hosted by comedians James Hesky, Dan "Dr. Frielgood" Friel and Nick Kupsey. Audio coverage of this event can be found here: www.laffcast.com/mp3s/Rees-Grey-Cup-101.mp3 Video coverage available by request.
November 29, 2013, Joe Mayo's Record Riot and Comedians For A Cause officially team up to present "Seasonable Greetage", a 24 hour vinyl spinning marathon from Laffcast.com to raise money for families in need for the upcoming holiday season.
March 8, 2014, Laffcast.com held its fourth Live Philadelphia Comedy show at Generations Restaurant in Media, PA. Hosted by Jonny "TruLove" Rizzo, with comedians, Nick Kupsey, Kricket Lee, Chris Dolan, Pat Graves, Tim Butterly and Chip Chantry (Philly's Phunniest 2013)
March 30, 2014, Mike Rainey started Rainey Sundays. Each week Mike seats down with one local comedian, for a funny one-on-one hour of laughs.
April 9, 2014, The Book Drop with Prance Lorranne began airing on Laffcast.com. Prance, who is a "close acquaintance" of Pat Graves, first appeared on The KupMuff Show, show number 179, in January 2014. This show proved that Prance was worth of his own podcast. Or has he says it, purrrdcast.
July 21, 2014, Mike Salvi decides to end Mike Salvi's World and Sons of Liberty podcasts. Hopefully it won't be forever. Performed one final show on 8/12/2015.
August 2015, Laffcast.com handled streaming and recording the Philadelphia Podcast Festival. With shows The Passive Aggressive Hour and Down And Out Radio both participating.
September 13, 2014, Laffcast.com held its fifth Live Philadelphia Comedy show at Generations Restaurant (now called Maggie Hook's) in Media, PA. Hosted by Nick Kupsey. With comedians Neill Carroll and Erin Mulville. And Philly's Phunniest Fhinalists, Jake Mattera, Pat Graves, and winner Matt McCusker. And winner of DeBella's WMGK 102.9 Comedy Compeition, Mike Brooks.
September 11, 2014, The Passive Aggressive Hour begins on Laffcast.com. They'll tell you it's nothing new. It's the old EricToddcast crew but with a new name. Unfortunately, minus Eric Todd. No, he's not dead! Who wonders that!? Sicko!
September 21, 2014, A Podcast Against Humanity Season 1 begins. Hosted by Card Czar, Len Roselli. A group of 36 people consisting of local Philadelphia comedians and the fun others who have been on prior Laffcast.com podcasts. 6 shows. 6 players, 7 games, 1 winner. They win "Most Terrible Human"! Based on the hit party card game, Cards Against Humanity. [no affiliation] This show had live audience voting to determine round winners.
October 29, 2014, The Roast of Christian Mezzaroba. The Comedy Roast of Christian "Mezz" Mezzaroba live from Laffcast studio. Roast Master, Mike Rainey hosts the crew of Tom Robinson, Pat Graves, John Kensil, Steve Rees, Nick Kupsey, Bob DeSantis, Dave Primiano, Kricket Lee, Chris Curtis, who all come together to bash the ever living shit out of each other and their new lung lacking pal, Mezz. All good fun with all great people. [audio only]
November 16, 2014, A Podcast Against Humanity Season 1 ends. The group of 36 was narrowed down to 6. Mike Brooks, Rachel Fogletto, Dave Primiano, Bradly Beck, Matt McCusker & Branden Gain played in the Championship game to determine who wins the title of "Most Terrible Human". And that winner was: Branden Gain
February 1, 2015 - Pat Graves decides to put The Book Drop Purrrdcast with Prance Lorrane on hiatus.
February 15, 2015 - Do to resounding success of the Terrible Dad book series by Mike Rainey, Mike changed the name of Rainey Sundays to Terrible Dad Podcast.
March 28, 2015 - Laffcast.com cancels its Live Philadelphia Comedy show at A.J. Stephens Crab House in Glenolden, PA, do to a lack of interest. This was the first, and hopefully the last time that will ever happen.
April 6, 2015 - Another platter-spinner starts a new music-based podcast on Laffcast.com. Host Jeff Simmons started Turnin' The Tables, which can be heard live every 1st & 3rd Monday at 9 p.m. ET. Music lovers, it's a must.
April 12, 2015 - Laffcast.com hosts its first ever A Comedy Dinner @ The Crazy Sofa restaurant and lounge in Newtown Square, PA. With host, Nick Kupsey. And comedians Chris Dolan, Mike Rainey, LaTice Klapa & Pat House. The show consisted of a 3-course meal of delicious offerings by The Crazy Sofa. There was an extra special surprise for the guests when we served some comedy dessert by putting server Brian on to do his set.
June 7, 2015 - It's the second rendition of A Comedy Dinner @ The Crazy Sofa. With host, Bob DeSantis. And comedians Rick Cotter, Kricket Lee, Jake Mattera, Mike Brooks, Dominick Lepore & Tommy Highland. Again, another fantastic 3-course meal was served while the guests tried not to choke from laughter.
June 13, 2015 - Our first Live Philadelphia Comedy event of the year. This time it took place on the Main Line at Berwyn's hottest new bar and restaurent, 30 Main. With host, Nick Kupsey. And comedians Chris Stenta, Mike Logan, Rachel Fogletto, Dave Primiano, Jess Carpenter & Pat Graves. This show was very well organized and was so much fun, that we'll definitely be going back for more.
July 2015 - Mike Rainey stops production of A Terrible Dad Podcast
October 2015 - Bob & Dave stop production of Bob & Dave Are Terrible People podcast.
January 2016 - After 7 years, The KupMuff Show decides to go on hiatus.
March 8, 2016 - Nick Kupsey begins a new game-base web series, Slut Gaming. A video game show about sex...or a sex show about video games...who's to say.
April 2016 - Down And Out Radio production ends.
April 2016 - Terrible Dad Podcast by Mike Rainey is renamed back to Rainey Sundays.
September 25, 2016 - The Jim Korhan Show begins. Live every Sunday 7-9 PM.
October 4, 2016 - This Delinquent Life begins. Live every Tuesday 9:30 PM.
December 3, 2016 - Laffcast.com stops all video streaming to UStream.TV and exclusively uses Facebook Live. Like all Facebook Fan Pages for your favorite Laffcast.com podcasts and be notified when a new video stream becomes available.
January 9, 2017 - The Double Cassette Deck Mix Show begins. Hosted by DJ Nitty Gritty - The Last Son
Last updated: February 11, 2017
Studio Photos of Laffcast.com
2009 - First ever studio setup for The KupMuff Show. This was a corner of CMuff's parent's basement in Upper Darby, PA. Yes, their guests used to sit behind them, because they had no idea what they were doing.
2009/2010 - Second setup. The KupMuff Show gets wise and introduces a bigger table for a better "round table" effect.
2010/2011 - Third setup in CMuff's new house in Media, PA - If you use the black and white face (NMuff) in this picture hanging on the wall as a guide, compare it to the "2011 to present" pictures below for the same face. It's hanging in the same spot on the same exact wall.
2011 - Fourth setup, the new overhaul. Popularity is picking up, and separating the engineering equipment from the table was a must.
2011 to present with minor tweaks here and there. Pictures below are as of March 2013.
Live: Thursdays @ 9 PM - The Passive Aggressive Hour
Cast: Steve Rees, Dan Freil, John Kensil, Darin Martinez, Nick "Doritos Guy"
Live: 1st & 3rd Mondays @ 9 PM - Turnin' The Tables
Host: Jeff Simmons
Live: Every other Sunday @ 1 PM - Rainey Sundays
Host: Mike Rainey
Live: Sundays @ 7 PM - The Jim Korhan Show
Host: Jim Korhan
Live: Tuesdays @ 9:30 PM - This Delinquent Life
Host: Chris Stenta
Live: 2nd & 4th Mondays @ 9PM - The Double Cassette Deck Mix Show
Host: DJ Nitty Gritty - The Last Son
Slut Gaming with Nick Kupsey
Recorded and release whenever possible.
Show Schedule: (All times are Eastern)
...To be continued. Thanks for coming this far.