Intern Gino Lombardo catches up with Scott about being in the Pandora Papers before writer, actress, comedian Phoebe Robinson joins in to talk about her new book “Please Don’t Sit On My Bed In Your Outside Clothes,” moderating Michelle Obama’s book tour, and her new HBO Max special “Sorry, Harriet Tubman.” Then, English person Kevin Attenborough stops by to narrate how he wants to carve out his own life outside of the Attenborough family. Plus, Scott’s former D.A.R.E. officer, Officer Dreary stops by to make sure no one is doing drugs.
Actress, comedian, and SNL alum Vanessa Bayer joins Scott to talk about fake laughter, her new podcast with her brother Jonah “How Did We Get Weird?,” and Lean Pockets commercials. Then, lightning enthusiast Brent Finley stops by to talk about his love of lightning. Plus, rapper Mack Attack drops by to talk about coming out of retirement.
Comedian, actor, and Home Economics star Sasheer Zamata joins Scott to talk about the commercial for Home Economics, playing a ghost in the new movie Muppets Haunted Mansion, and witches. Then, party planner Harper L. Cosmopolitan stops by to talk about her new proposal planning business. Later, Reverend Good Feeling drops by to try to convert everyone to the Church of Commercials. Plus, Dina the Dinosaur stops by to talk about being recently unfrozen.
CBB fave Jason Mantzoukas joins Scott once again to chat about Tony the Tiger, West Side Story, and Space Jam. Dalton Wilcox, Poet Laureate of the West also stops by to premiere a new poem and share some big news. Plus, Darren Matichek returns to talk about the membership tiers at his National Bobblehead Museum and Hall of Fame.
Chicago Party Aunt stars/producers Ike Barinholtz and Katie Rich join Scott and co-host Sprague the Whisperer to talk about how their Netflix animated series Chicago Party Aunt started as a Twitter account, their dream SNL cast, and Avengers auditions. Plus, contest winners Gary and Marge Filipowski stop by to talk about what they’ve been up to during their trip to Los Angeles.
Actor and returning champion Kristian Bruun joins Scott to talk about becoming closer friends, dying on the toilet, and his new show Family Law. Then, salesperson Lorenzo Borgia drops by to talk about his new line of poisons. Plus, startup CEO Lane Driver stops by to talk about her new renaming startup.
Friend of the show Andy Samberg returns to talk to Scott about the series finale of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, recall the lyrics to Hollywood Facts, and take a much needed plane break like the old days of CBB. Then, cow farmer Dusty stops by to talk about his daily routine on the farm. Plus, The Answer Seeker drops by to turn the tables on Scott and ask him some questions.
Musician Phoebe Bridgers joins Scott to talk about her infamous guitar smashing performance on SNL, how many chords are on her latest album “Punisher,” and packing for her Reunion Tour. Then, clergyman Pastor Pasta stops by to talk about his passion for pasta. Plus, driver Fred Head returns to talk about expanding his business driving Beauty Queens.
The funniest podcast on the internet. My favorite thing to listen to every Monday morning. With over 10 years of lush back history, inside jokes, and character continuity, there's something here for everyone. Pick an episode with a guest you like and dive in!
This show is stupid and not funny at all. I can't believe anyone listens to it.
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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