Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast

Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast

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Comedy Bang Bang is a high-spirited get-together between host Scott Aukerman (“Mr. Show”, Producer of “Between Two Ferns”) and his funny friends! You can expect conversation, music, improv, games, and most importantly plugs.

Episodes

462 Nick Thune, Moshe Kasher, Lauren Lapkus  

Professional comedians Nick Thune (Good Guy) and Moshe Kasher (Hound Tall Discussion Series) join Scott to chat about the first time they’ve met, crazy neighbors, and to meet the Dell Dude. Then, the World’s 1st Female breakdancer Wendy Quote The Worm Endquote Widelman stops by to tell us how she accidentally became a breakdancer and to show off some of her moves. The rest is herstory.This episode is brought to you by Squarespace ( www.squarespace.com code: BANGBANG) and Stamps.com (code: BANGBANG).

461 Adal Rifai, Arnie Niekamp, Matt Young  

Straight from The Magic Tavern come Adal Rifai, Arnie Niekamp, and Matt Young to interrupt Scott's one man program. Rollicking adventures ensue when the gang gets trapped in the Earwolf studio. They find out whose father is a ghost, play "Honesty or Challenge," and try to undo the curse that may keep them locked away for all time. This episode is sponsored by Foot Cardigan, Soothe, and HBO's Pete Holmes: Faces and Sounds.

460 Weird Al Yankovic, Ryan Gaul, Jeremy Rowley, Drew Tarver  

Feliz Novi-Doggie! Musical legend and CBB TV band leader “Weird Al” Yankovic joins Scott to share his thoughts on the series finale of Comedy Bang! Bang!, the possibility of retiring from public life, and a potential all accordion album. Then, Detective James P. Garetty of the Boston homicide department stops by to ask Scott a couple of questions as part of his investigation. Later, local celebrity Kole Kringle arrives to tell us about the different ways he is the opposite of his brother Kris. Finally, we get some much needed fashion tips from fashion designer David!This episode is brought to you by Squarespace, Leesa.com, and Omaha Steaks.Vote for the Best of CBB Live 2016 here:  http://poll.fm/5pkz5 Vote for the Best of CBB 2016 here:  http://poll.fm/5pjur

459 Maria Thayer, James Adomian, Tawny Newsome  

Novi-Doggie is upon us and it’s the time of year where we are thankful for everything in our lives. We are thankful that actress Maria Thayer of truTV’s Those Who Can’t and Strangers with Candy fame is here to honestly answer Scott’s questions...

458 Ben Schwartz  

Welcome to the Solo Bolo Cuatrolo in the Holo! The indominable Ben Schwartz returns for a frothy early morning SOLO BOLO.  He and Scott chat about childhood gymnastics, ghost buttholes, and getting midnight grabbed by an alien. Then they play the...

457 Michael Showalter, Paul Brittain, Jeremy Rowley  

Legendary comedian/writer/actor Michael Showalter of The State, Wet Hot American Summer and the new TBS series Search Party joins Scott to chat about the great sketch shows of the 90s, the mystery in the new TBS series Search Party, and tips for...

456 Jason Mantzoukas, Paul F. Tompkins  

Jason “Hey Nongman” Mantzoukas is reunited with Scott and it feels so good! They chat about getting older, real acting, and whether subways should have bathrooms. Then, Cal Solomon, an original founding member of the seminal rap group The Sugarhill...

455 Bob Odenkirk, Tim Kalpakis, Dave Ferguson, Mike Hanford, Rhea Butcher, Eban Schletter  

Every 3 or 4 years or so, Scott’s old political parody singing group will get back together for a reunion. Rhea Butcher of Seeso’s Take My Wife joins Scott as today’s co-host as they welcome back Bob, Tim, Dave, Mike, and Eban on the keys for the...

454 Halloween, Jon Daly, Allan McLeod, Paul Rust, Nick Wiger, Caroline Anderson  

Oh no! Scott has been tricked again on his way to the Earwolf Studios and instead has arrived to the Werewolf Studios deep inside Suicide House on 1122 Boogie Woogie Avenue. The ghoulish Beuford le Barron welcomes Scott alone this time around as his...

453 Johnny Pemberton, Eden Sher, Londale Theus Jr.  

The titular Johnny Pemberton of FOX’s Son of Zorn and the titular middle child Eden Sher of ABC’s The Middle join the CBB First Timers Club! They join Scott for some Seinfeld trivia, Disney history, and to do elevator pitches for Eden’s new book “The Emotionary” and Johnny’s He-Man inspired show Son of Zorn. Then, showbiz driver Dicker Troy stops by to tell us what it’s like to work as a driver for big celebs. Later, Reverend T.P. Stain arrives to share the gospel on why juicing is the most important thing you can do to better your life. Plus, it’s the return of Would You Rather!This episode is brought to you by Quip Toothbrush and Sees.

452 Weird Al Yankovic, Claudia O'Doherty, Jessica McKenna  

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.

451 Ben Roy, Andrew Orvedahl, Lauren Lapkus, Brendon Small  

Ben Roy and Andrew Orvedahl of the comedy troupe The Grawlix and truTV’s Those Who Can’t join the CBB First Timers Club! They join Scott and world record holder for most wishes Frank Dorito to chat about wishes, smoking on planes, and favorite films. Later, our good friends Victor and Tiny are back to tell us about their relaxing time at the happiest place on Earth. Your wish for a classic episode in the making has been granted!This episode is brought to you by Thursday Boot Company, Jack Threads, Blue Apron, and Legal Zoom.

450 Kyle Kinane, Horatio Sanz  

Comedian extraordinaire and voice of Comedy Central, Kyle Kinane is back on the show to settle the debate with Scott on how long it’s been since he’s been on Comedy Bang! Bang! They’ll chat about his previous attempts at naming his new special “Loose in Chicago,” getting on some wheels in the desert, and an unusual popcorn situation at the movies. Plus, relationship specialist Dr. Julius Jackson arrives to offer help to Scott and Kyle on their relationships with a little humor sprinkled in.This episode is brought to you by Adult Swim’s Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell, Seeso, Black Tux, and Leesa.com.

449 Paul F. Tompkins, Drew Tarver, Ryan Gaul, Mandell Maughan, Dan Ahdoot  

Paul F. Tompkins of Spontaneanation and star of Seeso’s Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ joins Scott on this week’s Comedy Bang! Bang! As Paul and Scott sing the National Anthem, they wonder what cavemen invented singing and we hear deets on the second season of Bajillion Dollar Propertie$. Then, parental activists Trish Trash and Beverly Gunt arrive to inform listeners of the nasty lyrics on the radio. Plus, political activists Janice Bullhorn and Juan stop by to educate us on the Donald Trump campaign.This episode is brought to you by Squarespace and SKYN Condoms.

448 Robert Kirkman, Ryan Gaul, John Gemberling  

Master of Modern Horror, Robert Kirkman, creator of The Walking Dead makes his first appearance on this week’s Comedy Bang! Bang! Robert and Scott chat about the upcoming season of The Walking Dead, how young is too young to watch scary TV and movies, and what else doesn’t exist in The Walking Dead universe. Then, financial planner Doug Gropes returns to help Scott and Robert change their life for the positive by sharing each other’s bank accounts. Plus, we celebrate the birthday of 110-year-old Jean Clattern thanks to her great grandson Mart.This episode is brought to you by Squarespace, Stamps.com, and SeatGeek.Come see us at the Now Hear This podcast festival: nowhearthisfest.com

447 Aya Cash, Kether Donohue, Zeke Nicholson, Kate Berlant  

Aya Cash and Kether Donohue of FXX’s You’re the Worst are part of the CBB First-Timers Club! Aya, Kether, Scott, and this week’s co-host Bone Queef chat about their real names sounding fake, why Bing should replace Google as the go to search engine, and the new season of You’re the Worst. Later, a new guest by the name of Daniel arrives to talk about a previous time they’ve met Scott and their interest in getting into VR.This episode is brought to you by Squarespace, Blunt Talk on STARZ, and Leesa.com.

446 Tatiana Maslany, Kristian Bruun, Mary Holland, Paul F. Tompkins  

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.This episode is sponsored by HBO’s High Maintenance, Jack Threads, Leesa, and Legal Zoom.

445 Michelle Biloon, Paul F. Tompkins  

Comedian extraordinaire Michelle Biloon joins Scott in-studio for a bonus Comedy Bang! Bang! After looking through Michell's Kindle, they welcome American Hero Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger to speak on his hatred of geese, his favorite mode of transportation, and what he thought of Academy Award winner Tom Hanks' portrayal of him in the new film "Sully."Come see us at the Now Hear This podcast festival: nowhearthisfest.com This episode is sponsored by Audible, Wealthfront Veritone, and Thursday Boot Company.

444 Tig Notaro, Mike Hanford, Drew Tarver  

Two Comedy Bang! Bang! favorites Tig Notaro and John Lennon are back on the show and they both have new exciting projects! Tig tells us all about her new Amazon series "One Mississippi", John tells us about his new Howl series "Questions for Lennon", and Scott tells us about having an ostrich attack him. Later, the gang gets some great etiquette advice from very special guest Mr. Manners. You are welcome!This episode is sponsored by Squarespace, Stamps.com, and Draftkings.

443 Adam Scott, Will Hines, Jessica McKenna  

Scott and Scott are reunited as Adam Scott of U Talkin' U2 To Me? fame returns to this week's Comedy Bang! Bang! Adam Scott Aukerman chat about Adam's graduation from mime school, Chris Kelly's new film Other People, and for a new episode of Getting Real. Then, entertainer Jack Sparks arrives to show us why they call him the King of the 2nd Act. Plus, a politician who calls themselves This Is Your Boy Troy stops by to talk about the platform they will be running on.Come see us at the Now Hear This podcast festival: nowhearthisfest.com This episode is sponsored by Squarespace and Draftkings.

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