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!