SDR Show Celebrates 3rd Anniversary With Payton Sin Claire Tonite

NEW YORK CITY—Popular New York City podcast The SDR Show, hosted by radio personality Ralph Sutton and comedian Big Jay Oakerson, will celebrate its three-year anniversary tonight at the East Village bar Exile Above 2A, with a live broadcast of their game show spoof Family Feud (With Consequences), featuring inked porn star Payton Sin Claire doling out the twisted punishments. The festivities begin at 9 p.m. and should last for two hours—or more!

“Three years, 160 shows and three million downloads, what a while ride The SDR Show has been! From live in-studio performances, insane contests and boundaries pushed further than I ever thought possible,” reminisced host Ralph Sutton. “The SDR Family Feud seems like the perfect icing on the cake and I can’t even imagine what nonsense we will come up with next.”

“I’m looking forward to another wild and wonderful time with The SDR Show. I was a guest in their first year and have been a loyal supporter ever since,” said Payton Sin Claire. “I hope my New York City fans come down for the most fun you will ever have on a Monday night.”

Past guests of The SDR Show in attendance will include Impractical Jokers TV star Sal Vulcano; lead singer of classic rock band Living Colour, Corey Glover; adult stars Alana Luv and Natassia Dreams; comedian Von DeCarlo Brown; NY Observer columnist Randi Newton; and the infamous former Manhattan Madam, Kristin Davis.

The SDR Show Three-Year Anniversary Party begins at 9 p.m., The Family Feud (With Consequences) starts at 10 p.m. sharp and ends at 11 p.m. There is no cover or guest list for entry.

Exile Above 2A is located at 27 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009 and those interested may call directly at 212-505-2466. Fans may follow Exile Above 2A at and on Facebook.

The SDR Show can be heard live every Monday night at 9 p.m. EST/6 p.m. PST on and for both audio and visual on

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