Uhh Yeah Dude

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Uhh Yeah Dude
Presentation
HostingSeth Romatelli
Jonathan Larroquette
GenreComedy
LanguageEnglish
Updatesweekly
Length1 Hour Approx.
Production
ProductionJonathan Larroquette
Audio formatMP3
Publication
DebutFebruary 11, 2006
ProviderApple iTunes
WebsiteUYD official website
UYD on Myspace
 
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Uhh Yeah Dude
Presentation
HostingSeth Romatelli
Jonathan Larroquette
GenreComedy
LanguageEnglish
Updatesweekly
Length1 Hour Approx.
Production
ProductionJonathan Larroquette
Audio formatMP3
Publication
DebutFebruary 11, 2006
ProviderApple iTunes
WebsiteUYD official website
UYD on Myspace

Uhh Yeah Dude is a comedy podcast hosted by Seth Romatelli and Jonathan Larroquette.

Described as "A weekly roundup of America through the eyes of two American-Americans", Uhh Yeah Dude (UYD) is available free via the Apple iTunes Store or Podcast Alley.

Overview[edit]

Uhh Yeah Dude is a comedy podcast containing discussion and free-form comedy by host Seth Romatelli and co-host Jonathan Larroquette. Episode 1 of Uhh Yeah Dude first aired on February 11, 2006 and quickly gained a world-wide audience.

UYD is consistently ranked within the top 10 of Podcast Alley's 3,000+ comedy podcasts.[1] Additionally, Podcast Alley monthly ratings for almost 50,000 podcasts often rank UYD in the top 100 podcasts worldwide in all podcast categories.[2] Since the summer of 2008, UYD has held a coveted spot on the front page of iTunes' featured podcasts, where they are consistently in the top 50 iTunes comedy podcasts. Uhh Yeah Dude is recorded weekly and a new episode is available on iTunes at a point in time after it has been recorded.

The show has utilized the video format several times. The first, and most famous, was when the duo recorded their 100th episode and posted it as a video podcast. Since then, UYD has engaged more professional video help and posted high-quality video clips of their show on YouTube.[3]

Background[edit]

Jonathan Larroquette is the son of actor John Larroquette.[4] He is part of a musical duo called "Jogger" with his friend Amir Yaghmai.[5]

Seth Romatelli is an actor from Haverhill, MA.[6] He was in the movie Crossroads with Britney Spears.

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