Laundry enthusiast Brett Davis presents his sociopathic trainwreck of a podcast that over the course of 100+ episodes has destroyed friendships, incurred legal action, and claimed at least one life. Or as the NY Times puts it, "[The Podcast for Laundry] is a darkly funny spoof of niche podcasting that doubles as a cracked portrait of a damaged, delusional misanthrope."
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"Brett Davis has been the crown jewel of Brooklyn alt-comedy for years, and 2017’s launch of The Podcast for Laundry has done nothing but reinforce how critical his voice is. Playing (?) as a disgusting streakstained laundry-obsessive, Davis took the one-note topic trend in podcasting and tossed it on its head by forcing all of the rest of the most hip New York comedians to show up at their local laundromats and sit through the truest ramblings of a madman that anyone in idiomatic history could have ever anticipated."
"Podcast for Laundry is a satire of podcasting, but only in the way that “Larry Sanders” sends up talk shows: This is its starting place. But where Mr. Davis takes it is characteristically bizarre... In a superb performance that evokes her father Chris Elliott’s work on “Late Night With David Letterman,” Bridey Elliott tries and fails to stage an intervention with Mr. Davis, expressing concern that gradually turns to despair and fear. When she says that it seems as if he hasn’t taken a shower in a while, he responds with operatic self-pity. 'I am a monster,' he says. 'I am the laundry monster. And I’ll never be clean.'"
- New York Times