Ali S: "I like shit rick says, the content was good. the banter between Adam and rick was good, moreso on #10 than #11 but thats probably due to a 3rd person.. i'll probably check out SRS more frequently going forward"
Rich G: "You guys have a nice chemistry. I listened just to the most recent one with [Maya] and it was really entertaining. I don't listen to Return to Sender anymore, but it really reminded me of listening to them; good chemistry, funny people who were not necessarily comedians, good stuff. Rick is certainly sure of himself, and I can't deny the dwarf tossing thing is actually something that gets used here and there in the comedy world: but his take on it was different, and the way Maya just dove in was pretty excellent. He really pounced on her inability to just decide on a subject matter herself and that was pretty funny because otherwise it looked like she was impenetrable in her armor. So this is all honest, the show was recorded in a distracting environment, and there was some hesitancy at times between the three of you that I could not pin-point, but when the flow was there, it was really there. I actually think your audio is pretty good considering you recorded in an office that is not set up for that sort of thing. You guys have a good basis to get somewhere with this show. I liked the show and it was worth the listen. I will check out some more episodes and see how you guys progress as it seems you are only about eight episodes in so far"
From "LaxDude" of the PodGodz Podcast:
"I started out with episode 8, Nationalism vs Community. The show is rough, I am not sure if they are on the same mic – or have a slight separation in the mix between the two speakers – but the audio needs some work. There is clipping and it needs proper level compression. I would also like to apologize for their lack of knowledge of US Orwellian legislation by mixing the Patriot Act with the NDAA. Some of us know more about Canada’s underwear. I plan to continue with the show since there is nothing they are doing wrong that can’t be easily fixed."