Yes, it was billed as a reality show podcast competition put on by the people who host the "Earwolf" network of podcasts. Each week contestants were given challenges about what kind of content to create and then content was judged and a podcast got eliminated.
You can hear Lemon (or possibly Adam, but I think it's Lemon) doing an awesome impression of the show's host on "Today's Progress was Yesterday's Form Field" when he says "I don't know guys, I didn't get it."
There were many things that were sort of infuriating about the whole contest. For one thing that they stacked interview shows up against sketch and concept shows. The majority of people, unfortunately, favor interview shows because they more closely match the style of radio they're familiar with.
The thing I was ranting about in the previous post was that the show's ultimate winner, (I can't even remember her name) was an interview show run by a married couple, the wife of which had worked in casting down in L.A., so she had excellent connections to bring on celebrity hosts.
In one of the more staggering oversights that they barely even acknowledged, one of their celebrity guest judges, Mark Maron, had been ON her show as a guest already by the time she was competing.
Oh god, stop me again, I could fill pages with my manifesto on this drivel.