Corinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson, collectively known as the comedy duo Sorry About Last Night, contact former lovers and invite them to an hour-long podcast interview about sex. Christina Aguilera likes to sing about it. So mid-sex, he stopped having sex with me because I have too much sex. In the weeks following, Guys We Fucked has amassed almost one hundred thousand subscribers with individual shows being played tens of thousands of times.
After listening to just one episode by the Brooklyn comedy duo an anonymous internet commenter wrote: The idea for the show came from Fisher who initially suggested she and Hutchinson interview everyone they had sex with. Although they declined to name the offending comic, Fisher and Hutchinson said they would be glad to have him on the show so he could explain himself. The show premiered on December 7 of last year. It was well thought out.
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After the shows are recorded, they are uploaded to SoundCloud and appear on a unique RSS feed specific to each channel. We submitted in early December. I knew that something was wrong after two weeks. The longest that it has taken any of our other shows is 7 days. They almost split up because of an on-air revelation.
Despite the tension, Hutchinson continues to explore controversial topics within her relationship. Hutchinson says the first few guests did not even know the name of the show. There is a need for a conversation like this.