All the Duncan Trussell episodes of the Rogan podcast are great if you have a high tolerance for stoner/conspiracy talk. I'm a pretty big Duncan fan in general and he's totally aware of when he's going down some half-baked tangent and usually finds a way to pull it out and make it funny. The podcast he does with Natasha Leggero, The Lavender Hour, is really good too (they're a couple). Natasha's a really good foil for Duncan when he rants on the evils of consumerism or advocates for various spiritual gurus.
I like the Rogan episodes with Joey Diaz a lot also, although quality/interest varies hugely depending on what they're talking about. There's definitely a lot of UFC talk and it's sort of the thing they can always fall back on if nothing else is jumping out at the moment.
In general, Rogan's podcast is more like tuning in to hear a conversation that would probably be happening anyway, not an in-depth interview like WTF, not a character/improv driven comedy show like CDR, it's more like comedians just shooting the shit about whatever's on their mind. It's definitely a different mode of listening.
As for The Lavender Hour, it's also pretty uneven and if you're not charmed by its half-trainwreck, cobbled-together feeling (Duncan edits the shows but isn't really an experienced editor so there's lots of bad audio mixing, technical glitches, etc) then you'll hate it.
What became of her? She lived, as she liked to say, off the kindness of gentlemen. I assume she’s dead.