Have you ever been in a situation where you felt there was no escape? Have you ever experienced something that you didn’t think you could come back from? Do think about it now and realize that it only made you who you are today? When you tell the story of it now, are you able to laugh at it?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then The HoneyDew with Ryan Sickler is the perfect podcast for you. Every Tuesdee, you can hear some of the best storytellers talk about some of their lowest points in life. Hear how they bounced back and are able to laugh at it now.
If you answered no to any of these questions then this is the perfect podcast for you too. Listening to Sickler and his guests talk about some of the darkest moments can provide some much needed therapy and perspective. As the tagline says, The HoneyDew is “Highlighting the Lowlights”. There hasn’t been a more concise and accurate motto ever.
The HoneyDew is only a year old but with 300+ episodes of CrabFeast, Sickler is a professional interviewer at this point. Having been in the game so long, he is able to bring the best storytellers in the entertainment landscape. Guests like Adam Ray talking about his childhood sheds light on Ray’s origin story to becoming a comic. You can “hear in the throat clear”. Joey Diaz, who has more stories than anyone, talks about fighting a nun. Brad Williams virginity story is hilarious. Relive the stroytelling show Comedy Works had in January 2018 with Ari Shaffir by listening to Steve Simeone’s episode. It always goes deep but is able to remain playful and fun because Ryan Sickler’s ability to guide the conversation, his authenticity, and of course his laugh. This podcast is more than just your usually interview and people aren’t just going to promote things. Everyone seems excited to be there.
One of the most interesting things about this podcast is the format and what it will become in the future. The HoneyDew was made with the fans in mind. Not just to make a podcast that entertains fans but also to involve fans. Eventually, once the podcast becomes huge, which is just a matter of time; there is a chance you can be on it! Comedians aren’t the only people that have crazy stories and Sickle Cell knows that. He knows there are plenty of you out there with great stories and wants to provide an outlet in which fans can highlight their lowlights. With an ever-changing platform, fan involvement is just the next step in podcasting. Plus what better way to get through the hard times than to have Ryan Sickler’s laugh as constant reminder that it going to get better.