Irregular Podcast is a podcast created by the same people who brought you things like Irregular Webcomic! and Darths & Droids. Initially created as a companion to the former, it started out as a series of "interviews" with Irregular Webcomic! characters and physical and philosophical musings similar to those found in The Rant. It later morphed into stand-alone episodes about various nerdy things, and one multi-episode story arc, the Arlington Wolfe: Cross-Time Detective trilogy. The last few episodes are simply songs about Irregular Webcomic!'s sister comic, Darths & Droids.
Can be downloaded free on iTunes, and can also be found here.
Irregular Podcast contains examples of:
- Added Alliterative Appeal: From "Competetive Synchronized Dressage":Basil: We were there when Wales walloped Warwickshire at Wembley, and we witnessed Williams whirling a wobbler at Wimbledon, but I've never seen anything that compares to this!
- Beyond the Impossible: Once they run out of physical things to try blending in Episode 12, they start blending abstract concepts.
- "Presenting: The Complete Works of Western Literature."
- Big "WHAT?!": Oscar's Catchphrase.
- Body Horror: Played for Laughs in "Buzz Buzz".
- Deaf Composer: Played for Laughs with Oscar.
- Early Installment Weirdness: "What on Earth am I going to do in a podcast?" consists of David Morgan-Mar... wondering what on Earth he's going to do in a podcast.
- Hollywood Tone-Deaf: The Comic Irregulars, and their painfully off-key theme tunes. Lampshaded mercilessly in "The Eclectic Podcast Orchestra."Oscar: WHAT?
- Mundane Made Awesome: "Competitive Synchronized Dressage."
- Oddly Named Sequel 2: Electric Boogaloo: Arlington Wolfe II: Parachronic Boogaloo.
- Overly Long Gag: Entmoot.
- Overly Long Name: "Competitive Synchronized Dressage" co-commentator Basil St. John-Thripmorton-Featheringstonehaugh.
- Running Gag: Oscar's hearing issues, off-key theme tunes, Entmoots.
- Schedule Slip: The last update, "Buzz Buzz", was in 2012. The last update before that, "Summon Bigger Fish", was in 2009.
- Stable Time Loop: Arlington sets up several in Arlington Wolfe III: The Search for Sarah in an attempt to rescue Sarah and fix the timeline.
- Those Wacky Nazis: Herr Colonel Haken is the guest for Episode 2, and they're holding Morgan-Mar prisoner in Episode 3.
- Time Travel: The Arlington Wolfe trilogy is full of it.
- Timey-Wimey Ball: Arlington Wolfe again.