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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Comedian extraordinaire Moshe Kasher joins Scott to talk about his new all crowd work stand-up album “Crowd Surfing,” legends of crowd work, and Flintstone names. Then, songwriter Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber returns to revel in the success of the motion picture Cats. Later, contest winner Jim the Shim bursts into the studio to talk about making tap shoes sentient. Plus, Alimony Tony makes an appearance!
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Returning champion Kristian Bruun joins Scott to talk all about playing the best friend role on the new season of the TV show Carter. Then, restaurateur Rusell Karate stops by with bad news of his restaurant “Hamburger Spider” closing down. Later, attorney Mary Ford drops by to serve papers. Plus, a surprise visit from Scott’s grandmother, who is disappointed with Scott’s career path.
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Medical Police week continues on Comedy Bang! Bang! Medical Police stars Rob Huebel and Erinn Hayes join Scott to talk about the craft of acting, who’s number one on the call sheet, and suspicious doctor names. Then, farmer George Washington Carver stops by to discuss some of the 300 uses he created with the peanut. Later, custodian/aspiring rapper Lusciously drops by for a job interview. Plus, Marcus Tanner of the CBAACB (Coalition of Black Actors Against Chadwick Boseman) stops by.
It’s Medical Police week on Comedy Bang! Bang! Medical Police co-creator/co-director David Wain rushes his way from a pizzeria and joins Scott to talk all about the Childrens Hospital spin-off now available on Netflix. Then, Entree PeeE Neur returns to pitch some new inventions. Later, lawyer Italiano Jones drops by to prove that he will fight for you.
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Ben Schwartz and Horatio Sanz join Scott for the annual tradition of ringing in the New Year on Comedy Bang! Bang! They talk about Horatio’s experience shooting The Mandalorian and all of Ben’s upcoming projects. Then, music collector Piggy Sorebacks stops by to talk about his celebrity vinyl collection. Later, Coco Marx, the grandson of Groucho Marx returns to tell some jokes. Plus, the debut of a brand new Closing Up the Plugs Bag Theme Song!
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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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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 “The Dink Dink Man” Mantzoukas, intern Gino Lambardo, Scott’s nephew Todd, historian Darren Matichek, Santa Claus, Pokémon trainer Dash Grabum, country band Memphis Kansas Breeze, and so many more! Plus, indie pop band Electric Guest returns to perform a few of their favorite songs.
Writer and comedian Rekha Shankar joins Scott to talk about her duties as the head writer at College Humor, playing Gaya the documentarian in Between Two Ferns: The Movie, and writing for Astronomy Club on Netflix. Then, astronaut Sarah Lastnum calls in from space to try to get back to Earth. Later, Chris Creen stops by to talk about his unemployed journey. Plus, baker Giuseppe Spaghetti drops by to get help with no longer running the family business.
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Thomas Middleditch joins Scott and intern Gino Lambardo to talk at length about the final episode of Silicon Valley, the pilot episode of Growing Pains, and what’s next for Thomas’ career. Then, businessman Chauncey Pippins stops by to talk about starting an enema company. Plus, Joey Tortellini returns to figure out who bashed him in the head.
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Social media influencers Demi Adejuyigbe and Gabe Gundacker join Scott to talk about a presidential campaign with the slogan “Just Laugh,” Gabe’s song “Zendaya Is Meechee,” and Demi reinvigorating his series of 21st of September videos with his latest installment. Then, chef Spaghetti Capellini stops by to cook a delicious Spaghetti Bolognese family style. Plus, social media coach Xzibit drops by to share how to pimp your social media.
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Comedians Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari join Scott to talk about their new advice podcast Urgent Care right here on Earwolf and it’s original title. Then, bus driver Burgey Sullenberger stops by to talk about floating bus reform. Plus, boogie board champion Topher Schmidty drops by to talk about his boogie boarding process.
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Comedian Allen Strickland Williams joins Scott to talk about traveling through tunnels, how he actually lived his new Comedy Central Half Hour Presents, and the unreleased Woody Allen film he’s in. Then, entrepreneur Mary Lisa returns to talk about the new data based business she pitched to Shank Tank. Plus, sports manager Carter Meza stops by to get help with asking a girl to the middle school dance.
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