No problem! Here are some other options:
In the car:
If your car supports CarPlay or Android Auto, it may be able to connect directly to the podcast app on your phone. Or, any car with Bluetooth should be able to pair with your phone (connect to it) and play audio from the phone through the car speakers. For older cars that don't have Bluetooth, you can buy adapters like this one that create a short-range FM radio station. First, you adjust your car's radio to find an FM frequency that's not being used (for example, 95.5 FM); then, you plug your phone into the adapter or connect them wirelessly via Bluetooth; finally, you set the adapter to the available FM frequency and hit play on your phone.
On Amazon's Echo/Alexa speakers:
If you have a account for the PocketCasts app on your phone, you can say "Alexa, enable the PocketCasts skill." Then,
Otherwise, you can say, "Alexa, play Follow Friday on TuneIn." Unlike PocketCasts, TuneIn won't remember if you were in the middle of listening to an episode and want to resume it, but it doesn't require you to have an account to listen.
On Google Home speakers:
Google Podcasts is baked directly into all Google Home speakers. To listen to a show like Follow Friday, just say "OK Google, play Follow Friday."
On Apple's HomePod speakers:
Apple's speakers, on the other hand, are designed to work with the Apple Podcasts app by default. Just say, "Hey Siri, play the podcast Follow Friday."