Join host Scott Aukerman (“Comedy Bang! Bang!” on IFC, “Mr. Show”) for a weekly podcast that blends conversation and character work from today’s funniest comedians. While Scott begins by traditionally interviewing the celebrities, the open-door policy means an assortment of eccentric oddballs can pop by at any moment to chat, compete in games, and engage in comic revelry. With all that, and regular bonus episodes, we bet your favorite part will still be the plugs!
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Our old friend Bean Dip returns to talk to Scott about her love life and her Bean family. Then, Cal Solomon, original member of The Sugarhill Gang returns to talk about his plans to make his home into a museum for The Sugarhill Gang.
Ben Schwartz and Horatio Sanz join Scott for the annual tradition of starting off the New Year on Comedy Bang! Bang! They talk about weird childhood food, big plans for 2021, and exclusive spoilers for The Mandalorian & Sonic the Hedgehog. Then, toy makers Skip Weller and Chaniel Leftrowbottom stop by to talk about their toy making process. Later, Shelly Driftwood returns to talk about why he’s babysitting his neighbor Bobby Knuts from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Plus, the debut of a brand new Closing Up the Plugs Bag Theme Song!
Happy New Year from Comedy Bang! Bang! Scott and Paul F. Tompkins continue the Best of CBB 2020 countdown as they countdown the final FOUR episodes as voted by YOU listeners. Keep smiling!
The Best of 2020 Comedy Bang! Bang! countdown continues as Scott and Paul F. Tompkins countdown numbers eight through five of the Best CBB episodes of 2020 as voted by YOU listeners. Tune in Thursday for Part 4 to hear which episodes made it to the top!
Merry Christmas Eve from Comedy Bang! Bang! Join Scott and Paul F. Tompkins as they countdown numbers twelve through nine of the Best CBB episodes of 2020 as voted by YOU listeners. Tune in next week for Part 3 and keep smiling!
Happy Holidays from Comedy Bang! Bang! Join Scott and Paul F. Tompkins as they countdown numbers sixteen through thirteen of the Best CBB episodes of 2020 as voted by YOU listeners. Tune in Thursday for Part 2!
Join us for that special time of year when Scott invites friends old and new to celebrate the Comedy Bang! Bang! Holiday Spectacular! Expect appearances from Jason Mantzoukas, Santa Claus, pretzel maker August Lindt, intern Gino Lombardo, Ho Ho the naughty Elf, the kid who saw mommy kissing Santa Claus, The Chief, and so many more! Happy Holidays from CBB!
Friends of the show Paul Rust and Neil Campbell join Scott to talk about the shows they’ve been working on, their Moby Dick reboot, and Paul shares some New No-Nos. Then, The Fix-It Guys Gary and Clev stop by to demonstrate how they help listeners on their call-in show.
Actress/comedian/writer Natalie Palamides joins Scott to talk about her new special “Nate - A One Man Show” on Netflix, her unique voice, and the sound recording process during the filming of her special. Then, entrepreneurs Jeff and Mike stop by to promote products from their Men’s Wellness company Bold. Plus, sports legends Bill Walton and Wade Boggs drop by to promote their own Men’s products.
Dynamic duo of podcasting Kulap Vilaysack and SuChin Pak join Scott to talk about their new podcast “Add To Cart.” Then, radio personality Ana Conda drops by to try to cancel Scott. Plus, chef/TV personality Mary Berry returns with a very important request for the world to hear.
Comedian extraordinaire Colin Quinn joins Scott to talk about his new HBO Max special “Colin Quinn & Friends: A Parking Lot Comedy Show,” his new book “Overstated,” and his dream SNL cast. Then, park ranger Margery Kershaw returns to talk about her new transfer to St. Louis’ iconic Gateway Arch. Plus, Morpheus the Dream Lord appears to help Colin with some unresolved tension.
Broden Kelly, Zachary Ruan, and Mark Bonanno of the Australian absurdist comedy group Aunty Donna join Scott to talk about what would be included in their biopic and their new sketch show “Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun” on Netflix. Then, educator Mr. Monroe stops by to talk about fitness. Later, chef Salvatore Michelangelo drops by to talk about his pizza shop. Plus, Mario the famous plumber makes an appearance to warn Earth about a grave danger.
Jason Mantzoukas and Scott bro out and dive deep into Jason’s past memories. Then, Thomas Middleditch stops by to talk about Young Sheldon, his new CBS show B Positive, and playing games on his Twitch channel (https://www.twitch.tv/middleditch). Plus, lawyer Gino Carpuzzi drops by to reveal shocking truths about the future.
Old favorite Gillian Jacobs returns to CBB and talks to Scott about her new horror film “Come Play,” directing an episode of the documentary series “Marvel’s 616,” and plants. Then, Alimony Tony returns and receives an interesting proposition from Gillian. Plus, Orville Redenbacher stops by to celebrate the current rise of popularity of his popcorn.
Stand-up comedians Steve Byrne and Jimmy O. Yang join Scott to talk about their new film “The Opening Act.” Then, inventor Henry Heimlich stops by to talk about inventing the Heimlich maneuver. Plus, retiree JoJo Benassi drops by to get into what she’s been up to during quarantine.
Bever Hopox, Chico Hands, and Bisby St. Hancock aka The Calvins Triplets of Calvin’s Family Bee Honey Taffy Farm and Horse Fighting Ranch join Scott for a special Telethon Extravaganza to sell some of their taffy. Remember, ya gotta laugh!
Gino Lombardo drops by to talk about his recent adventures in Long Island. Then, professional comedian Nick Thune joins Scott to talk about spending his new show “Nick Thune Streaming Live From Under the Weather.” After that, social media expert Francesca Bolognese returns to talk about her new position. Plus, author Dale Creamy stops by to talk about how he juices up memoirs.
Actress and comedian Arden Myrin joins Scott to talk about her new book “Little Miss Little Compton” and her father’s unusual eating habits. Then, movie buff Shaden Gallbreath stops by to share some movie trivia. Plus, educator Emil drops by to talk about teaching vocabulary at a community college.
Dirt bag Rudi North comes in hot once again as he joins Scott to announce his new job as a Zoom security guard. Then, Darren Matichek, owner of the National Bobblehead Museum and Hall of Fame returns to talk about new bobbleheads in his collection. Plus, Jerry Major drops by to talk about his job making movies into Will Smith movies.
Comedian extraordinaire Eliza Skinner joins Scott to talk about her debut comedy album “Regarding My Lovers,” when suddenly Grax, Eater of Worlds interrupts to issue an apology. Plus, Jefferson Milkyway stops by to talk about designing the courses for the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Shows.
Actress, author, raconteur Busy Philipps joins Scott to talk about her first professional paid acting job at toy fairs, the true origin of her nickname, and her new podcast “Busy Philipps is Doing Her Best.” Then, Red Lobster CEO Tricia Seawater stops by to talk about her recent booming business. Plus, bus driver Burgey Sullenberger returns and meets yet another Burgey Sullenberger.
Patton Oswalt, Mary Sohn, and Mike O’Brien of A.P. Bio join Scott to talk about the premise of the show, how many days each actor shoots on the show, and playing with the structure for the upcoming 3rd season premiering on Peacock. Then, thespians Bob and Cherilyn Wessex stop by to perform pieces from their plays.
Actor Kyle Bornheimer joins Scott to talk about HBO’s Avenue 5, wearing a mask in the movie The Lovebirds, and the possible end of numbers on the call sheet. Then, vegetarian Jerone Buckethat stops by to speak on his meatings with The Meet Heads. Later, marketer Trish Maxwell drops by to help us get into the mind of the T.J. Maxx Girl.
The stars of Star Trek: Lower Decks, Jack Quaid, Eugene Cordero, and Tawny Newsome all join Scott to talk all about the characters they portray on the show. Then, barber Jazz Jazz returns to talk about his new barbershop Fades. Later, supreme hacker Cast Iron crashes into the show. Plus, Dash Griswold appears to challenge Scott to a ski off for the podcast.
Fellow Earwolf podcaster June Diane Raphael (How Did This Get Made?, Grace and Frankie) joins Scott to talk about her favorite ghost in cinematic history, The Connected Jane membership of The Jane Club, and her complicated history with The Ninja Turtles. Then, sibling Charlie “Burgey” Sullenberger stops by to talk about his career as a bus pilot. Plus, author/clergy person Bishop R.L. Bakes drops by to talk about his new autobiography of King James.
Welcome to We Have to Stop Talking TMNT on CBB. This podcast is a comprehensive and encyclopedic compendium of all things Turtles. On their debut episode, Sprague the Whisperer and Scott discuss the first Teenage Mutant Ninja movie. To hear them break down every TMNT movie, subscribe to Patreon.com/ShaunDiston!
Andy Samberg of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Saturday Night Live fame is back to talk to Scott about his movie Palm Springs including working with J.K. Simmons and how Cristin Milioti was cast. The Sloppy Boys (Mike Hanford, Tim Kalpakis, Jefferson Dutton) play songs off their new album “Paradiso.” Plus, newcomer to LA, Barry Sams stops by to anonymously air grievances about his neighbors and singer-songwriter John Lennon returns to talk about his volunteer work.
Comedian/actor Yassir Lester joins Scott and co-host Bean Dip to talk about opposites, Twitter, and playing the character of Yassir on Black Monday. Then, financial advisor Douglas Gropes returns to talk about his new delivery service. Plus, musician Leo Carpazzi (creator of the original version of The Monster Mash) is back to debut a new song to celebrate CBB’s 666th episode.
Acclaimed comedian and actor Jim Gaffigan joins Scott to talk about how he prepared for his role in the new movie “Most Wanted,” his huge head, and the future of stand-up comedy. Then, character actor Amber Lee Tots stops by to talk about playing Giselle the Gerbil at Disney World. Plus, singer QuaranTina Turner drops by to sing a couple of her songs.
Stand-up comedian extraordinaire Langston Kerman joins Scott to talk about how quarantine has been as a newlywed, his new podcast about black conspiracy theories called “My Momma Told Me,” and what’s going on with Eve. Then, musician Erica stops by to sing some of her tweaked songs. Plus, the head of gadgets at Earwolf Douglas Speaker drops by to explain improvements to the recording equipment.
Humorists John Hodgman and David Rees join Scott to talk about their new animated show “Dick Town” as part of Cake on FXX, the Arrowverse, and Neil Young trivia. Then, edutainer Jill Noll the magic doll stops by to edutain listeners about magic. Plus, the first artificial intelligence guest P.A.I.G.E. makes its podcast debut.
Rory Scovel, Sasheer Zamata and Mary Holland join Scott to talk about their new Comedy Central show “Robbie.” Then, Navy SEAL Francis Stork stops by to discuss their vast amount of jobs and catchphrases. Later, community organizer Tyler explains why he sets off fireworks in L.A. every night and activist Chester Tumphrie shares his thoughts on masks.
On the very first episode of The Neighborhood Listen, local CVS pharmacist / host Burnt Millipede (Paul F. Tompkins) and local realtor / host Joan Pedestrian (Nicole Parker) discuss a lost green parrot, a mystery whistler, and all things Doug (Brett Morris). Plus, we meet Vanity (Maria Blasucci), a suspicious "carrot red-haired" woman who was caught snooping on potted plants. Make sure to listen and subscribe to THE NEIGHBORHOOD LISTEN, Tuesdays on Earwolf!
Singers Chejff Moser and Heepe Moser of The Moser Trio join Scott to celebrate the memory of the third member of the trio. Then, Pastor Peter Pool Boy stops by to talk about his love of Jesus Christ and getting wet.
America’s favorite actress Judy Greer (Archer, Arrested Development) joins Scott to talk about the horror comedy “Good Boy” on Hulu, creating a Judy Greer award, and the story of her high school turtle. Then, talent agent Sprague the Whisperer returns to pitch Judy a role in a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. Plus, spy Buck Reilly stops by to announce his retirement.
Director/writer/producer Judd Apatow joins Scott and co-host Bean Dip to talk about his new film “The King of Staten Island,” “The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling” (now on HBO Max), and not being invited to be in the Gal Gadot “Imagine” video. Then, businessman Tony Wyoming stops by to talk about his flash mob business. Plus, aspiring actor Dar the Beast Master drops by to audition for Judd.
Stand-up comedian Myq Kaplan joins Scott and our old friend John Lennon to talk about his new comedy album “A.K.A.”, aging Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and John’s book “Larry Potter.” Plus, Slovenian acrobat Dagmar the Small returns to talk about quarantine cooks.
Ben Schwartz and Tawny Newsome join Scott to talk about their new Netflix show “Space Force” and to hold an audition for She-Hulk. Then, publicist Seth Berkowitz returns to talk about his new venture with Zoom. Plus, Zoo custodians Genevieve and Genzer Smartz stop by to talk about the ins and outs of their job.
On a special b-b-b-bonus episode, Dalton Wilcox, the self-described “Poet Laureate of the West,” country music legend Mutt Taylor, and Bonanza superfan Amy Sleeverson join Scott to talk about their new Earwolf podcast Bonanas for Bonanza, movies with guns, and The New Testament.
Comedian David Spade (Lights Out with David Spade, Saturday Night Live) joins Scott and co-host Big Sue to talk about his new Netflix movie The Wrong Missy, his SNL dream team, and the first thing he’d like to do after quarantine is lifted. Plus, Scott’s ex-step father Bob Ducca returns to share a list of the new ailments he has developed during quarantine.
Actor and comedian Rhys Darby (Flight of the Conchords, What We Do in the Shadows) joins Scott for a SFX showcase and to wonder if aliens exist. Alimony Tony shares his signature song parody process, and local grocer Albert Roe returns to protect his neck.
Scott celebrates the 11th Anniversary of Comedy Bang! Bang! with co-host Jason Mantzoukas, fan favorites, plus newcomers. Special guests joining the celebration are treasure hunter Brock Lovett, intern Gino Lambardo, social media expert Francesca Bolognese, singer Roland Gift, and Dairy Queen. Thanks for listening for all these years!
Jonathan Van Ness (Getting Curious, Queer Eye) joins Scott and co-host Bean Dip to talk about his work and how his quarantine is going. Then, wardrobe stylist Auntie Renee drops by to talk about virtual styling. Later, entrepreneur Joel Spanaducci stops by to talk about his booming puzzle company.
Thomas Middleditch and Ben Schwartz join Scott to talk about their new long-form improv Netflix specials “Middleditch and Schwartz,” recommend some videos you should watch, and guess abstract quotes from real movies. Then, seaman Captain Littlemember and his first mate Squawks stop by to talk about the stolen goods they’ve acquired sailing the seas. Plus, Still Tantin and Bill Rantin of Tantin and Rantin drop by to talk about their industrial waste repackaging business.
Jason Mantzoukas aka America’s favorite co-host joins Scott for an official bro down hoedown! They chat about Jason’s inability to sing, becoming cave boys, and product ghosts. Dalton Wilcox, Poet Laureate of the West then barrels through the door to give an update on his mission to save the world.
On a special b-b-b-bonus episode, Gino shares his quarantine lockdown setup and routine with Scott. Entree PeeE Neur returns to pitch some new inventions and O.J. Simpson gives a few updates from the golf course. Later, documentarian Roger Peculiar stops by to discuss the material for his next film.
Emmy-award winning writer, director, and producer Alan Yang (Parks and Recreation, Master of None, Forever) joins Scott and his nephew Todd to talk about his Netflix directorial debut Tigertail being the opposite of Tiger King, working with a Mandarin translator on the film, and shares a Harris Wittels story from his time at Parks and Rec. Plus, salesman Gigantic Dan drops by to talk about selling self-made doors door-to-door.
Burnt Millipede and Joan Pedestrian, hosts of The Neighborhood Listen podcast join Scott to talk about some of the residents of their hometown of Dignity Falls, the awards Joan has won as top realtor of her town, and why Burnt isn’t allowed to perform as Santa Claus anymore. Plus, food critic Dickie Caroline’s calls in to talk about his review methods.
Sprague the Whisperer returns to try to get Scott to direct/write a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles live action film. Then, Mr. Nordstrom’s assistant Sabrina stops by to share some Nordstrom ground rules. Plus, Griff Hedgley the Diamond Guy drops by to sell some diamonds.
Comedian extraordinaire Matt Braunger joins Scott to talk about his new record “Please Hold Me,” filling up the hours to self generate, and married life. Then, book seller Lester Brads stops by to talk about his mobile book business. Plus, Murf and Dirt of Jack FM burst into the studio to record some bumpers.
Scott and intern Gino Lambardo talk about Gino’s computer class before welcoming lobbyists Chris and Chris Starbo who stop by to announce their campaign for Fall Olympics. Plus, NBA announcer Bill Walton drops by to offer his one of a kind color commentary on podcasts!
Tick Tock! Tick Tock! Maxwell Keeper aka The Time Keeper returns to join Scott to talk about how he’s been spending his time working with a special interest group on K Street and to share the original first draft lyrics to Billie Eilish’s “No Time To Die.” That’s not all, JW Stillwater bursts into the studio to find out why The Time Keeper didn’t accept his invitation to join The Order of the Keepers.
Jimmy Pardo aka the Pod Daddy joins Scott to talk about celebrating the 1000th episode of his podcast Never Not Funny, the Oscars, and The Bee Gees. Then, Crystal Del Rey Jenner drops by to talk about recently chaperoning her son’s trip to Chicago. Plus, local grocer Albert Roe stops by to talk about his personal touches.
Comedian extraordinaire and friend of the show, Adam Cayton-Holland joins Scott to chat about coming up with a catchphrase, reissuing his album “Adam Cayton-Holland Performs His Signature Bits,” and his new podcast The Grawlix Saves The World. Then, retiree Sherry Barrels stops by to talk about some of the classes she’s recently taken. Later, Pokémon trainer Dash Grabum returns to share an exciting announcement.
Ben Schwartz and Scott are back together for another long awaited Solo Bolo! Expect singing as they chat about Ben’s original Sonic voice for the Sonic the Hedgehog movie, working with Billy Crystal on the movie Standing Up, Falling Down, and play a game of Pitch a Sit-song. Plus, another exciting edition of the Olympic Song Challenge!
Andy Samberg of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Saturday Night Live fame is back to talk to Scott about his filmography, the origin of the character name Jake Peralta, and what we can expect on the new season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Then, Nick Kroll stops by to talk about his new movie Olympic Dreams, which was filmed on location at the Olympics. Plus, Becky from the gym returns to discuss her new rocky romantic relationship with her boss Shannon.
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Jason Mantzoukas aka The Dink Dink Man joins Scott to talk about cremation, recording a song for the Billboard Top 100, and doing a Bro Down Hoedown. Then, Scott’s old friend Bullets Jackson drops by to get the band back together for one last heist. Plus, Cincinnati playboy Antonio Lambrinidis stops by to talk about being the heir of Skyline Chili.
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Happy New Year from Comedy Bang! Bang! Scott and Paul F. Tompkins continue the Best of CBB 2019 countdown as they countdown the final FOUR episodes as voted by YOU listeners.
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Scott and Paul F. Tompkins continue the Best of CBB 2019 countdown as they countdown numbers eight through five as voted by YOU listeners. Tune in Thursday for Part 4!
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Happy Holidays (and Boxing Day) from Comedy Bang! Bang! Join Scott and Paul F. Tompkins as they countdown numbers eleven through ninth of the Best CBB episodes of 2019 as well as the number one LIVE episode as voted by YOU listeners. Tune in next week for Part 3!
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Happy Holidays from Comedy Bang! Bang! Join Scott and Paul F. Tompkins as they countdown numbers fifteen through twelve of the Best CBB episodes of 2019 as voted by YOU listeners. Tune in Thursday for Part 2!
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Scott Aukerman celebrates the 10th Anniversary of Comedy Bang! Bang! by implementing a true open door policy and welcomes fan favorite guests of the show over the last 10 years!
Part Two Featuring:
"Weird Al" Yankovic
Jessica St. Clair
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Scott Aukerman celebrates the 10th Anniversary of Comedy Bang! Bang! by implementing a true open door policy and welcomes fan favorite guests of the show over the last 10 years!
Part One Featuring:
Paul F. Tompkins
Listen to the full 10 hours as one episode on the Stitcher app!
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Scott and Paul F. Tompkins have arrived to the final part of the Best of Comedy Bang! Bang! 2018 countdown with numbers three, two, and one as voted by YOU. Happy New Year!This episode is brought to you by Squarespace (www.squarespace.com code: BANGBANG) and Hotel Tonight.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve with Scott and Paul F. Tompkins as they continue to countdown the Best of Comedy Bang! Bang! 2018 episodes with numbers six through four. See you next year!
Scott and Paul F. Tompkins continue the Best of 2018 Comedy Bang! Bang! countdown with numbers ten through seven. You’re welcome!
This Christmas Eve Scott and Paul F. Tompkins give you the gift of the Comedy Bang! Bang! Best of Countdown! Join them as they countdown numbers fourteen through eleven of the Best CBB episodes of 2018 as voted by YOU listeners. Tune in Thursday for Part 2!This episode is brought to you by Squarespace (www.squarespace.com/BANGBANG), Leesa (www.leesa.com/bangbang code: BANGBANG), and Roman (www.getroman.com/BANGBANG).
Scott and Paul F. Tompkins conclude the Best of Comedy Bang! Bang! 2017 as voted by YOU listeners with numbers four through one on the countdown!This episode is brought to you by Squarespace and Legal Zoom.
Happy New Year! Scott and Paul F. Tompkins continue the Best of Comedy Bang! Bang! 2017 countdown with numbers eight through five as voted by YOU listeners. Stay tuned for Part 4!This episode is brought to you by Squarespace (www.squarespace.com code: BANGBANG) and Leesa (www.leesa.com/BANGBANG).
Scott and Paul F. Tompkins continue the Best of Comedy Bang! Bang! 2017 countdown with numbers twelve through nine as voted by YOU listeners. Stay tuned for Part 3!This episode is brought to you by Audible.
This Christmas Scott and Paul F. Tompkins give you the gift of the Comedy Bang! Bang! Best of Countdown! Join them as they countdown numbers sixteen through thirteen of the Best CBB episodes of 2017 as voted by YOU listeners. Plus, Scott and PFT sing a very special Christmas song!
Just when you thought it was a no go, the Solo Bolo is back for a part Cincolo! The one and only Ben Schwartz returns to chat one on one with Scott about Duck Tales, embarrassing pictures, guitar solos, and more as they sing along the way. Plus, they perform yet another Olympic Song Challenge that’s really one for the books.
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Comedian Joe Mande joins Scott to talk about his new special “Joe Mande’s Award-Winning Comedy Special” on Netflix, his social media stunt where be bought his followers, and the 2017 NBA Draft. Then, Jesse “The Mind, Body, and Soul” Ventura has been released from the plug bag to talk about his new show “Off the Grid.” Plus, Morpheus, The Dream Lord is back with an agenda to help fix Joe’s troubled dreams.
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Finally, the conclusion of the Best of Comedy Bang! Bang! 2016 countdown with special co-host Paul F. Tompkins is here with your Top 3 episodes of the entire year and your number 1 on the Best of CBB Live 2016. Thanks for listening and Happy New Year!This episode is brought to you by Thursday Boots ( www.thursdayboots.com/bangbang ).
Scott and Paul F. Tompkins continue counting down The Best of Comedy Bang! Bang! 2016 episodes as they go through numbers seven through four on the count down as well as number two on the Best CBB Live episode of 2016 as voted by YOU. You’re welcome!This episode is brought to you by Squarespace ( www.squarespace.com code: BANGBANG), Blue Apron ( www.blueapron.com/CBB ), and Leesa.com ( www.leesa.com/BANGBANG ).
The Best of Comedy Bang! Bang! 2016 count down continues as Scott and Paul F. Tompkins go through numbers eleven through eight on the count down as well as number three on the Best CBB Live episodes of 2016 as voted by YOU. Plus, a special Christmas surprise for all you precious listeners!This episode is brought to you by HUAWEI (www.huawei.fit/comedybangbang) and Leesa.com (www.leesa.com/BANGBANG).
Another year, another special Comedy Bang! Bang! Best of Countdown with Scott and Paul F. Tompkins. Scott and PFT countdown numbers fifteen through twelve of the Best CBB episodes of 2016 and number four of the Best CBB Live episodes of 2016 as voted by YOU listeners. Stay tuned for Pt. 2!This episode is brought to you by Huawei ( www.huawei.fit/comedybangbang ) and Leesa.com ( www.leesa.com/bangbang ).
Multi-platinum recording artist “Weird Al” Yankovic joins Scott and contest winner Claudia O’Doherty to talk about his achievement of completing his most recent tour, getting texts from Jesus, and the final 10 episodes of CBBTV. Later, a little 8-year-old girl by the name of Beth returns riding into the studio on her power wheels to ask everyone about their ideal Halloween costume. This episode is brought to you by Black Tux and Stamps.com.
Returning CBB champs Tatiana Maslany and Kristian Bruun of Orphan Black join Scott to chat about the times they broke their foot, the process of crying on camera, and exclusive monologues that will appear on their show. Then, Janice Cramps stops by to tell us all about her new pregnancy. Finally, children’s entertainer Big Chunky Bubbles makes his way into the studio for the first time to tell us about how he’s trying to branch out of entertaining children.
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At long last, the conclusion of the Best of Comedy Bang! Bang! 2015 countdown with special co-host Paul F. Tompkins is here with your Top 3 episodes of the entire year. Thanks for listening and Happy New Year!
The Best of Comedy Bang! Bang! 2015 countdown continues with Scott and special co-host Paul F. Tompkins as they go through numbers six, five, and four on the list of the best episodes YOU voted for. Please enjoy and we will see you on New Year's Eve for the final installment!
The best of Comedy Bang! Bang! 2015 continues with Scott and Paul F. Tompkins as they count down numbers ten through seven of the best episodes YOU voted for! Merry Christmas to you all and we'll see you next week for Pt. 3!
As we say farewell to another year of Comedy Bang! Bang! we look back at some of the favorite moments of 2015. Joining Scott is Paul F. Tompkins of SPONTANEANATION to countdown numbers fourteen through eleven of the Best CBB episodes of 2015 as voted by YOU the listener. Stay tuned for Pt. 2 dropping on Christmas Eve!
4 years ago, maybe the greatest recording in Earwolf history took place. Now, the Farts and Procreation crew aka Harris Wittels, Chelsea Peretti, and Adam Scott return for the fourth time to attempt to recreate the magic. Creak, slam, sit, and chill with the Farts & Pro crew as we hear some gems during Harris’ Foam Corner, an incredible charac from Chelsea, and the hard work (e-mails) that went into making this episode a reality.
The exciting conclusion of the Comedy Bang! Bang! best of 2014 countdown with Paul F. Tompkins is here with numbers three to one of the best CBB eps that YOU have chosen! Happy New Year!
It's getting real close to the end with part three of the Comedy Bang! Bang! best of countdown as Scott and special guest Paul F. Tompkins get into the meat of the matter and count down numbers seven through four. Sit tight and look out for the final installment!This episode is sponsored by Squarespace, Audible , and Casper Mattresses . Use offer code BANGBANG at checkout for some great savings!
Merry Christmas to you all! The best of Comedy Bang! Bang! countdown 2014 continues with Scott and special guest Paul F. Tompkins as they count down numbers eleven through eight of the best episodes YOU voted for! Come back Monday for Pt 3!
Say bye bye to another year but say hello hello to the new year with the best of 2014 episode of Comedy Bang! Bang! One of our faves, Paul F. Tompkins joins Scott to countdown numbers fifteen through twelve of the best CBB eps of 2014 that YOU voted for. Stay tuned for Pt 2 dropping on Christmas day!This episode is sponsored by Club W , and Bonobos . Use offer code BANGBANG at checkout for some great savings!
Ho! Ho! Ho! It's the year end holiday episode of Comedy Bean Bag with music from The Both (Aimee Mann & Ted Leo) and guests galore! Director of the Underworld series, Len Wiseman is back for the CBB festivities that will include visits from some spooky ghosts, a naughty elf, and much more. Merry Christmas bros!
The writers and performers of such iconic pop hits as “Mad World,” “Shout,” and “Everybody Wants To Rule The World,” Tears For Fears are in the studio as well as Scott’s old pal Reggie Watts on this week’s Comedy Bing Bong! We’ll hear all about how Curt & Roland used to sing in a church choir, the new re-issue of “Songs from the Big Chair,” the making of the iconic hit “Everybody Wants To Rule The World,” the future for the band, and Reggie gets to ask a very important question. Later, we’ll finally get to find out what’s going on with Cake Boss (Cake Boss!) after his recent run in with the law.
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Comedy buds Taran Killam and Paul Brittain are back to chat about how to take compliments, if older people should be driving old cars, and why aren't birds shitting on us all the time. Later, Bever Hopox and Chico Hands aka the Calvins twins gallop into the studio to discuss the ostentatious, hypervacious, dualicacious world of prized horse fighting. It's a flip flopping good time!
And now the exciting conclusion to the best of 2013 countdown with special guest Paul F. Tompkins. What will be the number one episode of 2013? You'll have to tune in to find out!
It's getting real close to the end with part three of the Comedy Bang! Bang! best of countdown as Scott and special guest Paul F. Tompkins count down numbers six through four as well as some b-b-b-bonus-s-s-s clips. Sit tight and look out for the final installment!
The best of Comedy Bang! Bang! countdown continues with Scott and special guest Paul F. Tompkins as they go count down numbers eleven through seven of the best episodes YOU voted for along with additional b-b-b-bonus-s-s-s clips. Much love!
Alas, we say farewell to another year but never fear because the best of 2013 episode of Comedy Bang! Bang! is here! There were sooo many good episodes this year that we had to step up the countdown to the next level. Making a rare appearance is special guest Paul F. Tompkins who helps Scott countdown numbers fifteen through twelve of the listener selected episodes of the year and some very special b-b-b-bonus-s-s-s clips. Stay tuned for Pt 2 to see which episodes YOU voted for made the list!
Award-winning (sleepwalking) comedian, author, and filmmaker Mike Birbiglia makes his second appearance along with intern Gino Lambardo on today’s bonus Bing! Bong! Comedy! Mike tells us about his new special My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend and focusing on a more joke heavy show on his upcoming 30 city tour. Coincidentally, first time guest Victor Diamond drops by with his manager Tiny to talk about his upcoming all Christmas Carol review.
Since The League returns on FXX soon why not have cast mates Paul Scheer AND Nick Kroll here to help fans find the show on its new channel, share their favorite apps, and figure out what it would take for Sylvester Stallone to make Rocky Vs. Rambo a reality. It looks like their in luck when Sly & Frank Stallone drop by the studio to answer some important questions that include the possibility of remaking some Stallone classics and whether Rocky Vs. Rambo will ever see the light of day.
2 years ago, a momentous recording occurred in the Earwolf studios. Now, all the participants have returned once more to recreate the magic. You asked for it and it’s finally happening, Adam Scott, Harris Wittels, and Chelsea Peretti are here for the Farts & Pro threequel! You won’t believe the amazing characs that they got for us this time around. Creak, slam, sit and be mesmerized by the Farts Crew!
Wait no longer as the conclusion of the Comedy Bang Bang Best of 2012 is here! We’re counting down the top five episodes as chosen by the listeners and of course more special b-b-b-bonus clips. Join Scott Aukerman and Paul F. Tompkins to see which episodes went head to head for the number one spot and we’ll see you in 2013!
Another year has flown by, so what better way to celebrate than to revisit some of the best Comedy Bang Bang moments that YOU voted for! Special guest Paul F. Tompkins makes a rare appearance as he helps Scott Aukerman countdown numbers ten through six of the listener selected episodes of the year and some very special b-b-b-bonus clips. Stay tuned for Pt 2 to see which episodes made it to the top of the list!
Last year, an episode of Comedy Bang Bang was made that, to put it simply, changed the world. Nearly a year later, can the magic be replicated? We've brought back Harris Wittels, Adam Scott, and Chelsea Peretti, and they're here for more songs, characters, foam, two-man shows, life advice, and plugs! Is the world ready to be changed again? It better be!
If you like television, you'll love this week's episode of Comedy Bang Bang! From the newly renewed NBC comedy Community, Gillian Jacobs is here to seek forgiveness for her iPhone indiscretions and give us just a taste of how she got her big television break. Also joining us is the of American Idol's Jermaine "The Gentle Giant" Jones who is using Comedy Bang Bang as the platform to tell the pure, unadulterated truth behind his departure from the Fox reality hit. How will these television superstars fair against each other in a game of Would You Rather? That's for me to know and you to find out...by listening to the podcast, that is.
Put down your Entertainment Weekly and tune into Comedy Bang Bang! We have Jason Mantzoukas of comedy, film, and cinema fame here to count down the Twelve Nights of Oscars and more importantly, try to get through to a friend in need. Also joining us is first time guest Dalton Wilcox, a cowboy poet who don't know much about this big city way of life. Sharp eared listeners might hear some cameo appearances from past Comedy Bang Bang favorites, so stay tuned on Twitter to let us know what you think! Click here to see a sneak peek of the Comedy Bang Bang television show for IFC.
It's sure been a while since Jason Mantzoukas popped in for an episode of Comedy Bang Bang. And I don't know about you, but I could really use a good interruption from a total stranger! We get the best of both worlds this week as Scott and Jason are joined by Chip Gardner, former television personality and (hopefully) future Honorary Mayor of Hollywood. Enjoy, and if Chip's spiritual wellness inspires you to give, consider buying The Complete Comedy Bang Bang Christmas Collection. All proceeds go to the LA Regional Food Bank.
How many ingredients are in pizza? Can you high five an orangutan? What does the moon do when we're not looking? The answers to these questions and more can be found in today's Comedy Bang Bang! Nick Swardson finally found his way back to the studio and is joined by two first time guests: Comedian Brody Stevens and Nic Cage stand-in (and brother) Bob Cage. They guess the misheard lyrics, get on their soap boxes, and ponder "Would You Rather?" their way into Comedy Bang Bang history! And hey, you too can be part of Comedy Bang Bang history too if you pick up either of our new shirts from the Earwolf Store!
On a hot summer day, what could be better than chilling out with a bunch of bros? Nothing, that's what! Rob Delaney, Jimmy Pardo, and Paul Rust join Scott for the ultimate Comedy Bang Bang chill sesh. They play some games, chat about some hot topics, and participate in other bro activities (brotivities, if you will). Grab some bros of your own, and dig in!
This week's episode of Comedy Bang Bang is devoted to all the Parks and Recreation fans in the audience. We've jam packed the show with Parks and Rec insiders from Chelsea Peretti to Harris Wittels and even Adam Scott! If you like the unique cast of crazies that Pawnee offers, you'll love hearing Chelsea Peretti's brand new characters. Maybe you watch the show for the compelling relationships: Prepare for the deep, meaningful, fascinating relationship between Jack and his brother-in-law Bryan from Carl's Lumber Yard. This episode will answer ALL your Parks and Recreation questions, as long as your questions are "How many episodes have there been?" and "What's the name of Adam's character?"
Happy 100th Birthday to Comedy Bang Bang! While there won't be cake and ice cream, there will be hilarious guests, some of your favorite features, and amazing music courtesy of Susanna Hoffs and Matthew Sweet. Tom Lennon and Rob Huebel try to redeem themselves from their first Death-Ray appearances by pitching restaurant ideas, recounting some of their favorite pranks, and playing a game of Who Said It?! To make it a true blast from the past Doug Benson reprises his former feature 8 Words or Less Movie Reviews. Don't forget to visit Knobs.com, submit your entries for the Sunburn Contest, and pick-up a limited edition Hot Saucerman bottle from our store.
Would you rather learn about Patton Oswalt's career, or hear what Don Dimelo has been up to since Christmas? That is just one of the many questions posed in this thought-provoking episode of Comedy Bang Bang. We also explore such taboo subjects of sexuality in children's theater and Zach Snyder's odd career choices. Aspiring actors can learn a lot from this veteran director and the emotional role-playing he does with Patton and Scott. And if none of that amuses you, as always Don will bring in the girls.
Creak! Slam! Sit down for some Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast! This week's episode has everything you love about the show; the music of Phish and pussy jokes! Natasha Leggero, Harris Wittels, and Harris' protege King Henry VI are our guests, along with Natasha and Harris' new characters Maude and Jack. Death-Ray fans know Jimmy Stewart to be dismissive, but we've unearthed some footage that proves that he's also winning. Be sure to vote in the Harris' Phone Corner Poll at our blog, and come visit us next Sunday in Austin for a LIVE Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast!
“Weird Al” Yankovic's first appearance on the show was mostly informative. His next visit, mostly humorous. So when Al makes his third appearance, he combines the two and becomes perhaps the most beloved Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast guest. Hear how his career has differed from that of the super-filthy and super-sexy group “Garfunkel & Oates” who may or may not know about oral sex (according to Riki's mom). Plus, maybe the greatest plugs, and unexpected bathroom break, in Comedy Bang Bang history!
When Bob Ducca shows up to Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast, it can be hard to keep up the pace. Fortunately, Miss Riki “Garfunkel” Lindhome and Miss Kate “Oates” Micucci do just that. And who would have thought, Brendon Walsh and Bob have quite a bit in common! You won't want to miss the bonding that occurs between those two.
The day after Thanksgiving, most people are too hung-over and full to do anything hilarious. This is not true for Michael Cera, James Adomian, Jimmy Pardo, Nick Kroll, and Paul F. Tompkins. Also, Harris is there. Learn about the history of Thanksgiving from the always insightful Huel Howser, hear what the hip Jersey kids are doing this Thanksgiving via Bobby Bottleservice, and experience the brainstorming of two great minds as Scott Aukerman and Ice T do some business planning.
CYBER-THUG TAKEOVER! The Thuggy one brings in his very best and thuggiest friend Miles Archer who helps cohost this unspeakably terrible overtaking of the show we love so much. Don't be too worried, as show favorite Bobby Bottleservice shows up with Jerry O'Connell from Carpoolers (Jerry Minor was in that….whatever happened to that guy?). You've been warned!
It only took Scott twelve, count 'em, TWELVE episodes to get an Emmy nominee on the show! And that nominee is the fine sir Jon Hamm. He talks about being famous, blah blah blah, and assists El Chupacabra by helping him advertise pajamas. Howard Kremer talks about his love of music, and his love of the town of Austin, TX, while Bobby Bottleservice talks about his love of alcohol and women. Plus, Doug Loves Movies!
Welcome to Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast! As is to be expected, the first few episodes are where the show finds its footings, and that it does! Rob Huebel from TV's “Human Giant”, Tom Lennon from TV's “The State”, and Doug Benson from TV's “Last Comic Standing” make Scott's first episode an immediate hit. Hear some music from today's hottest comedy musicians, have your twitter questions answered, and hear an abbreviated version of Doug Loves Movies on this episode.