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AGT Time is a weekly podcast that covers the NBC hit talent competition, America's Got Talent. Cody and Jay recap the season when the show airs during the summer-time. During the offseason, they rewatch older seasons. AGT Commenter, a frequent contributor, appears on the podcast to give expert analysis about the acts. We love talking to current and former contestants about their experience on the show. 

Podcast episodes come out on Fridays.

Jun 7, 2024

The Bock brothers are back and recap America's Got Talent season 19 Auditions 2. Don't drone-on too much as we can't get enough of this Bock-lava.

The first part of the conversation covers the introduction and discussion of the first few acts of the night, including a five-year-old drummer, a country/folk band, and acrobats from Tanzania. The hosts share their thoughts on each act and the judges' comments. In this part of the conversation, Scott and Jay discuss several acts from America's Got Talent. They talk about the Otama Collective, a group that plays toy saxophones with puppet faces, and Nini, a musician who plays traditional Chinese instruments. They also discuss Liv Warfield, a soul rock singer with a big band, and Sabrina, a Japanese dance group. Finally, they talk about Phil Lewis, a baton twirler. Overall, they appreciate the talent and uniqueness of the acts, but have some reservations about their potential for future rounds. The conversation covers the performances of the last three acts of the night: Phil, Gung Bao, and Sky Elements. Phil impresses with his baton twirling skills, Gung Bao shocks with his dangerous stunts, and Sky Elements wows with their drone show. The hosts discuss the technical aspects of the acts, the judges' reactions, and the logistics of the drone show. They also share their favorite and least favorite acts of the night.


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  • The hosts discuss the performances of the first few acts of the night
  • They share their thoughts on the judges' comments
  • The acrobats from Tanzania impressed with their balancing acts
  • The hosts express their opinions on the acts and their potential for success The Otama Collective and Nini showcase unique musical performances with unconventional instruments.
  • Liv Warfield impresses with her soulful singing and the energy of her big band.
  • Sabrina delivers a synchronized and sharp dance routine but may need to add more acrobatics to stand out.
  • Phil Lewis captivates with his baton-twirling skills and genuine personality. Phil's baton twirling skills and Gung Bao's dangerous stunts were impressive performances
  • Sky Elements' drone show showcased the merging of technology and art
  • The hosts discuss the technical aspects and logistics of the acts
  • The judges' reactions varied, with some loving the acts and others finding them gross or weird
  • The Golden Buzzer was given to Sky Elements by Simon Cowell, raising questions about the number of acts going through to the finals