Parents' Guide to

HiLL-LaRRy-uS!

By Lauri C. Anderson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Upbeat hosts tell bite-sized jokes; some potty humor.

Podcast Comedy Pinna Average run time: 1 minutes
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For a child who already loves jokes, this might be a fun daily listen. The humor in HiLL-LaRRy-uS! is never mean or offensive. The hosts do a great job keeping it silly, positive, and friendly. Some of the humor might be over younger kids' heads, and the episode titles will usually let you know whether popular characters, monsters, or potty humor might be in store. About half of the episodes are date-specific, so if you want to spark curiosity about the featured holidays, you'll need to pay for the ad-free bundle or Pinna app subscription and follow along day by day.

You might use this brief daily goofiness to smooth over a rough transition during the day, but don't expect it to spark any meaningful conversation. If you have more than two minutes of listening time, you may want to pick something more educational or thought-provoking.

Podcast Details

  • Release date: April 1, 2019
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Average Run Time: 1 minutes
  • Website: https://pinna.fm/
  • Production Company and Network: Pinna
  • Pricing structure: Free to try, Paid (Sample collection available free on some platforms. All episodes available with purchase of Pinna app, which includes ad-free access to music, podcasts and audiobooks for $7.99/month or $71.88/year, or with subscription to Boredom Busters through Apple Podcasts, which gives access to 13 Pinna shows updated daily for $3.99/month or $39.99/year.)
  • Topics: Holidays
  • Last updated: January 11, 2024

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