Brian Quinn

Born March 14, 1976

Brian Quinn, BQQuinn to some, will always be part of the trio that is Tell Em Steve Dave. This is where I got to know him first and this is where he will always belong in my head. From listening to that podcast I learned about Impractical Jokers and fell backward into binge-watching in while on a business trip to Palm Springs.

Noteworthy

  • Tell Em Steve Dave – One of my favorite podcasts of all time. The relationships between the main cast (Bry, Walt, and BQ) is what makes this podcast work. They are at home with each other and fell comfortable enough with each other to let down their guards and talk about anything and everything.
  • Impractical Jokers – I love this show. Four friends play jokes on each other, in public. These jokes are not intended to injure anyone just to embarrass. Such a fun good show.

Shut your face, Grandma!

-Brian Quinn

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