Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast
Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast
About Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast
Beloved comedian Chelsea Peretti of Farts and Pro fame joins Scott once again to talk about the relaunch of her iconic podcast Call Chelsea Peretti, bear attacks, and her bio. Then, census taker Micah Fellows stops by to talk about his life as a census taker. Plus, Uncle Jellyfish brings Little Pepper the Singing and Dancing Boy for a very special performance.
The strike is over and stars are back! Actor and friend of the show Jon Hamm returns to talk about the new fifth chapter of FX’s Fargo, The Morning Show, and how actors secretly memorize lines on set. Then, music festival expert Jesse stops by to recommend what to do at Coachella. Plus, finance expert Doug Gropes returns to discuss his program to make people financially secure and read real reviews from program participants.
Writer/director extraordinaire Edgar Wright joins Scott to talk about his new animated Netflix series “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off.” Then, undersea explorer Brock Lovett returns to talk about his quest to recover twenty billion dollars from a sunken Spanish Galleon. Afterwards, visual artist Quiet the Mime stops by to talk about their journey into miming. Plus, henchman Marcus Green joins the gang to explain why he’s organizing a class-action lawsuit against Spider-Man.
Singer-songwriter Dan Wilson joins Scott to talk about the return of Semisonic, his meeting with Liam Gallagher, and performs a song from the new Semisonic album “Little Bit of Sun.” Then, entertainment reporter AJ Zap stops by to share his entertainment predictions for 2024. Later, illusionist Criss Angel drops by to talk about his Vegas show Mindfreak. Plus, the world’s greatest podcast guest Donk Poop swings by with pitches to make the podcast go viral.
Actor/writer Felicia Day joins Scott to talk about her new fantasy comedy Audible original Third Eye, Comic-Con parties, and brand deals. Then, twin actors Selma and Blair stop by to talk about spooky pranks they have pulled. Plus, director David Lynch drops by to pitch some new movie ideas.
Stand-up comedian extraordinaire Sam Jay joins Scott to talk about her latest stand-up special Salute Me or Shoot Me, her time writing on SNL, and the differences between New York and Boston. Then, anarchist Bane returns to test out new material for his hour comedy special. Plus, entertainer Benny Sands stops by to talk about what happens during his Vegas show.
Friend of the show Reggie Watts sticks around after singing the theme song and talks to Scott about his new book “Great Falls, MT”, hamsters, and Superman. Then, Disneyland enthusiasts Cody and Codi stop by to talk about their love for Disney. Plus, soccer moms Janet and Leanne drop by to talk about their hobbies.
Longtime friend of the show Bob Odenkirk joins Scott to talk about his new book “Zilot & Other Important Rhymes,” which he co-wrote with his two children. Then, W Hotel owner Bean Dip returns to talk about her experience with vampires. Later, LinkedIn’s Chief Innovation Officer Tom Boreman stops by to talk about what’s new at LinkedIn. Plus, Telli Charcuterie drops by to talk about directing animal mating encouragement videos for endangered species at the zoo.
Ballroom dancing instructor Dolores Brainwater joins Scott to talk about making a fortune dancing, her former dancing partner/sweetheart, and M*A*S*H. Then, intern Casey from Ohio stops by to talk about working on the reality show Botched. Plus, concerned citizen Cockroach Rick drops by to talk about getting into politics.
Stand-up comedian extraordinaire Aparna Nancherla joins Scott to talk about her new book “Unreliable Narrator: Me Myself, and Imposter Syndrome,” coffee tables, and dark chocolate. Then, musician Kurt Slammer stops by to promote his new Blues-Rock album. Plus, actress Ruth Debevoise drops by to talk about her acting career.
Stand-up comedian extraordinaire Gary Gulman joins Scott to talk about his new book “Misfit: Growing Up Awkward in the ’80s,” flat foods, and a full circle moment when he appeared on Late Night with guest host David Brenner. Then, legendary music producer Rick Rubin drops by to help Scott produce the podcast. Plus, playwright Ian Chiswick stops by to offer Scott a role in his new play.
Actor and former DJ Flula Borg joins Scott once again to talk about his new podcast Flula Makes Five, a Hans Gruber prequel, and area codes. Then, manager/producer Sprague the Whisperer returns to talk about producing Fyre Fest II. Plus, Kayla Dickie returns to talk about being on a new reality TV show.
Two friends Jack Quaid and Tawny Newsome join Scott to talk about babies learning about holidays, food delivery robots, and Top 5 human beings. Then, professor Robert Canasta stops by to talk about his current psychology research. Plus, podcasters Brigadoon and Greg drop by for a cross-over episode of their show “Aaahh!!! Real Cocktails.”
Aspiring commercial voice-over actor Abernathy Combs joins Scott to talk about his time as an army general, horror movies, and making a new voice-over demo tape. Then, entertainer Ursula stops by to talk about her transition from reality show star to stand-up comedian. Plus, private investigator Ken Lunch drops by to talk about his private practice exclusively for parents.
Andy Richter returns to talk to Scott about raising a child, his favorite cartoon character, and how he approaches interviewing a guest on his podcast The Three Questions. Then, teen foreman Susie Tewman returns to talk about issues with her non-union construction crew and having to choose between her crush and her best friend. Plus, viral guru Daniel Kolodjiez stops by to talk about how to go viral.
Actor and comedian Ellie Kemper joins Scott to talk about her new podcast "Born To Love", her famous high school acting teacher, and learning how to type. Then, exotic snake breeders Ronnie & Gunk Little stop by to talk about making snakes fall in love. Plus, local brewer Brett drops in to talk about his brewery with the most wheels and to help select craft beers for the group. Listen to Ellie's podcast "Born To Love" here: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-born-to-love-with-ellie-k-116602810/ Listen to "Earwolf Presents: Expo Exposé" here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/earwolf-presents/id455614522
Chef Adjacent Mantzoukas joins Scott to talk about holiday themed episodes of his YouTube grilling show, burglaries in his neighborhood, and his bike karaoke show. Then, music producer VAAMM stops by to build a TikTok style beat. Plus, LA legend Young Miss Willow Panloose drops by to talk about her long and storied career.
Returning champions Robert McDowell and Andy Hull of the indie rock group Manchester Orchestra join Scott to play songs off their new record “The Valley of Vision.” Then, Tawny Newsome stops by to talk about her personal life. Later, W Hotel owner Bean Dip drops by to talk about her new salon business. Plus, Scott’s assistant Mirk stops by to get some face-to-face time with Scott. Finally, wellness expert Tierna Smarg drops by to share knowledge from the future.
Actor/writer/director Anna Konkle joins Scott to talk about the new season of The Afterparty, the future of PEN15, and body swap superheroes. Then, interior decorator Leila stops by to help Scott with his space. Plus, widow Myrtle McGee returns in search of a new husband who is a comedian. NOTE: This was recorded before the SAG-AFTRA strike began on July 13.
Comedian and actor Adam DeVine joins Scott to talk about his new Netflix movie The Out-Laws, Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin, and The Righteous Gemstones. Then, lounge singer Mr. Sing stops by to sing some tunes. Plus, vigilante Shadow Vision drops by in search of a car. NOTE: This was recorded before the SAG-AFTRA strike began on July 13.