seth galina go plug yourself

The Montreal podcast that asks football analyst Seth Galina: Have you ever had a surgical procedure and what were the best or worst moments of it? That question was asked by Ubisoft Senior Writer Dan Bingham back in episode 242.

And honestly Seth Galina’s response to that question is still making me squirm a little in my chair.

Seth Galina is a Montrealer that has taken his passion for football and turned it into a career. He works as an analyst over at who are bringing football data analytics to a whole other level. How did he get there? Well, obviously through live-comedy.

That’s not entirely true but that is actually a part of the origin story that we dig into in this episode as Chris Venditto attempts to figure out a way to parlay his own comedy career into joining the sports commentariat.

Chris is a huge football fan so this is actually an extra long episode that is kind of two podcasts in one. The first part of the show is a normal episode of “Go Plug Yourself” and the second part is yet another backdoor pilot for The Chris Venditto Sports Laughs” podcast and is just FULL of what I’m pretty sure are hot fire football takes.

Be sure to follow Seth Galina on Twitter @pff_seth for even more hot takes and check out his college football podcast “Two High”.

Also hey Lawrence, stop dodging Seth! Enjoy the show!

seth galina go plug yourself

Credit Where Credit is Due

As always, a big thank you to the providers of our theme song: Aural Turpitude!

Chris Venditto is another funny person in Montreal who you can see all over the place and if you don’t want to miss him take the stage you should follow him on all the socials. He’s @chrisvenditto on Twitter and Instagram so you should follow him on those two things. He also produces shows with the guys at Perfect Bite Productions who you should also follow on Instagram and on Facebook.

Keith does all sorts of things here on, he works with the other founders on 9to5 (illustrated), co-hosts our two podcasts: The 9to5 Entertainment System and Go Plug Yourself and sometimes blogs here as The Perspicacious Geek.