Bryan & Krissy

Two friends. one podcast.
zero rules

here's our story so far


Krissy meets Bryan on her first day of work at a soul-
sucking office job. Bryan quickly escorts Krissy to the
nearest bar in an effort to keep them both sane.


Now best friends, Bryan & Krissy call to alert friends, family and the authorities they are indeed still alive, well and at the same bar.

2007 - 2009

Bryan & Krissy’s friendship survives divorce, layoffs,
finical crisis and sales projections meetings. And for over
two years they only consume draft beer, late night pizza
and aspirin. We would share more about this time
period… but they have trouble recalling most of it. 


Bryan joins Krissy on her first date with her future husband. Things get weird and Bryan is asked to leave.

Now married and somewhat sober, Bryan’s wife Astrid suggests he creates a YouTube channel to discuss his profession… Commercial Real Estate. The Commercial Break is born!

Bryan decides the podcast about his profession is boring
and invites Krissy to join him on his new comedy
podcast. The first episode is heard all over the Greater
Northwest Atlanta area by more than 3 people. The
show is so terrible, it is ignored by most of their friends
and family.


Bryan & Krissy spend an enormous amount of money to
find new listeners. Friends and family still largely avoid
them. Thanksgiving dinner is uncomfortable for
everyone involved.


TCB becomes Apple’s #1 Improv Comedy podcast.
Bryan & Krissy understand this is a mistake and patiently
await the correction.


TCB remains a
top Improv
Comedy Podcast

with over 4M downloads per month. The show has
amassed over 20M+ downloads with listeners in every
country on earth.

The 21 EPM bumper
sticker is born!

It's difficult to understand... But by doing the bare
minimum TCB has fallen all the way to the top.
Mediocrity has paid off!

The smartest, dumb podcast ever


This podcast is making me smarter, dumber, more informed, less informed, more empathetic, meaner, sexier and uglier. It’s a hot mess, but there’s gold in that pile of ish! It’s not for everyone!

- Kien66a via Apple Podcasts


Jane Davis

I first listened to TCB back in late 2020. I gave up after 3 epsiodes. Too scattered, but it was funny some of the time. I caught an episode in my downloads in Jan 22′ and it’s so good! I am seriously a hard core TCB fan now!Like a good wine it’s getting better with time.

Amelia Clark

I heard about this podcast from a different podcast that I listen to, and I am not disappointed. I listen to each episode twice once while I am sober and a second time while I am stoned and I feel like I get a little bonus episode when I’m stoned because that’s when it is especially funny.

amanda abbot

I heard an ad on Box of Oddities. Checked out the podcast, now I can’t get enough of it! I wait for new episodes to drop. I laugh every single episode. They really give me a pick me up! Keep up the good work guys! Comm Breaker for life!

jack seid

Been a fan since 2020. Giving you that reveiw you requested. Five stars. Hopefully you’ll do a tour soon and come to Washington State! BTY

George herne

B&K bring a smile to my face no matter what mood I am in. It’s like grabbing a drink with two friends, who are really funny. Bryan always goes off on some whacky improv and Krissy plays the level head in the room.

Cyril Francois

Like chocolate and chip. Like peanut butter and jelly. Like Krissy and Brian! TCB & Frankie are a perfect match. PLEASE have Frankie on the show. Pretty Please!!!! BTY


From restraining orders to getting lost in the jungle,
terrible life advice to pyramid schemers, cringeworthy
PUA’s to Paw Paw Poppers, badpsychics to bad
romances, sinister ministers to mountain monsters, dating
fails to dating ghosts and everything in-between!

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