Report: 250 Million Americans Still Need Guests On Their Podcasts This WeekWASHINGTON—According to a report out today, 250 million Americans are still scrambling to find someone to appear on their podcasts this week, as the guests they would normally book either just appeared on last week’s episode or are too busy hosting their own shows. “I’ve been trying to book my brother-in-law, who occasionally watches Mad Men and could probably fill some time talking about that, but he just called and said he has to guest-host his buddy’s podcast,” said Robert Healy, host of The TV Robcast and one of the quarter billion podcasters nationwide who cannot secure a guest with whom to engage in 45 minutes of inane banter about politics, food, stand-up comedy, or rock music. “I could run a ‘Best Of Robcast’ special, but I did that last week, and I want to keep it fresh.” The report also stated that no podcasters will consider simply not releasing an episode this week, as not one of them wants to risk losing any of the 14 listeners they have been steadily cultivating for the past year and a half. Louis C.K. mocks Parkland survivors and transgender people in stand-up setA year ago, stand-up comic Louis C.K. confirmed that sexual misconduct accusations made against him, which included incidents in which he masturbated in front of female colleagues, were "true." Then, he said he was going to disappear for a while. "I have spent my long and lucky career talking and saying anything I want," C.K. said in response to a New York Times investigation into the matter. "I will now step back and take a long time to listen." In a new, crude stand-up routine recorded at a Long Island comedy club in December, which leaked online over the weekend, C.K. explains what he did during that long listening window. He fled New York, which he now hates, and did some traveling in small U.S.