I have a bit of a criticism. It doesn't happen all too often, and I'm sure it's done for entertainment purposes, but there are times in podcasts where the discussion gets really passionate. People start trying to explain their stance on something, but all the while a lot of interrupting and joking goes on while they're desperately trying to convey the meaning of their argument as they're playfully teased.
It's not a big complaint, but the scramble to talk over one another can make debates a lot less coherent and causes a lot more confusion than is needed. I think it would benefit not only the two podcasts you have, but also Brickonicle if you'd allow your co-hosts to fully articulate their argument, even if it at first sounds ridiculous, before stating your criticisms or disagreements. This way, a better level of understanding can be obtained and it mitigates those moments that occur where there's a good 5 minutes of teasing and general confusion, only for everyone to end up realizing that there was a misconception. This isn't to say that I don't enjoy these humorous bits, but sometimes I'm really interested in hearing someone's viewpoint, and they never really get to properly explain it.