Who shat on the floor at my wedding?
A true story involving two brides and one turd. What do you do if someone defecates on the floor at your wedding? Re-evaluate your friends and family? No, you launch an investigation to find who did it. Join the brides, Helen Mclaughlin and Karen Whitehouse, and the extremely under-qualified “Detective” Lauren Kilby, as they interrogate wedding guests, hook bridesmaids up to polygraph machines and speak with top forensic experts in an attempt to crack the case. Because crime is not a laughing matter. Well, maybe except for this one. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hannah J Davies • The Guardian • Aug 14, 2023
"...a 13-part “poodunnit”...Despite being a show about possibly the grossest thing you could imagine someone doing in public, there is definitely a joy and a sense of unbridled silliness to Who Shat?...it manages to feel at once high stakes and totally ludicrous."
Fiona McCann • Irish Times • Jul 15, 2023
"The result is a locked-room drama of a rib-cracking podcast...it’s charming, pleasingly shambolic and often snortingly funny, anchored by the deadpan delivery of Detective Lauren Whitby and her two bridal foils. With canny sound effects, sizzling chemistry between the hosts, the right mix of chutzpah and true mortification, the up-for-it-ness of a surprising number of experts and wedding guests, and the levelling directness and repetitive particularity of the past participle “shat”: it all comes together as both entertaining parody and kind of poignantly human truth."
James Marriot • The Times UK • Jul 13, 2023
"What follows is actually pretty funny. I was extremely sceptical. But as podcasts about illicit excretion go I suppose this is relatively classy. Karen, Helen and Lauren play it straight. Plus Lauren and Karen are both New Zealanders and there is something very funny about a deadpan Kiwi. I promise this is funnier that it probably comes across written down. The first episode is a reasonable 15 minutes long. The last is almost two hours. I felt a bit exhausted with all the prevarication by the end. Still, it’s wittier than the unpromising subject matter would suggest."
PR Staff • PodcastReview.org • Jul 6, 2023
"...delightfully amateur...One of the funniest podcasts to have emerged in the last few years, the laughs are not forced, nor are they particularly juvenile, given the subject matter. Who shat on the floor of my wedding? is cosy crime with a healthy dose of double entendre."
Lauren Passell • Podcast The Newsletter • Jul 18, 2022
"...the second you start listening you realize it’s an investigative non-fiction series, set on solving a mystery...If you weren’t listening to any of the hilarious details and one-liners, you’d think you were listening to a podcast from a newsroom. With hints of American Vandal, Who Shat? has the right feel but I would have loved to hear Keith Morrison narrating it. You guys I’m on pins and needles."