Yeah, what Boots said.
Really, by the standards we have, porn is far too regular. Not only that, but there's already a number of podcasts fully devoted to talking to people in the porn industry about the porn industry. Which... I cannot imagine the market for that, but it's there.
Obviously the topic's salacious enough to get some interested listeners, but what's the conversation? How did you get into porn? Do your parents know? These are questions that have been asked and answered thousands of times, and I'm not terribly interested in the results.
As a general rule, it's pretty fucking easy to get actors to talk about themselves. Literally hundreds of podcasts can attest to that fact. That's not really the kind of podcast we're making (although we'd be more successful if we were).
Also, while Boots' idea was funny, it would be better spent on somebody who wasn't an LA Comedian. I think we need to start a one-off History podcast where we ask a historian questions stolen from The Wicked Pictures Podcast (or whatever).