Old favorite Gillian Jacobs returns to CBB and talks to Scott about her new horror film “Come Play,” directing an episode of the documentary series “Marvel’s 616,” and plants. Then, Alimony Tony returns and receives an interesting proposition from Gillian. Plus, Orville Redenbacher stops by to celebrate the current rise of popularity of his popcorn.
Stand-up comedians Steve Byrne and Jimmy O. Yang join Scott to talk about their new film “The Opening Act.” Then, inventor Henry Heimlich stops by to talk about inventing the Heimlich maneuver. Plus, retiree JoJo Benassi drops by to get into what she’s been up to during quarantine.
Bever Hopox, Chico Hands, and Bisby St. Hancock aka The Calvins Triplets of Calvin’s Family Bee Honey Taffy Farm and Horse Fighting Ranch join Scott for a special Telethon Extravaganza to sell some of their taffy. Remember, ya gotta laugh!
Gino Lombardo drops by to talk about his recent adventures in Long Island. Then, professional comedian Nick Thune joins Scott to talk about spending his new show “Nick Thune Streaming Live From Under the Weather.” After that, social media expert Francesca Bolognese returns to talk about her new position. Plus, author Dale Creamy stops by to talk about how he juices up memoirs.
Actress and comedian Arden Myrin joins Scott to talk about her new book “Little Miss Little Compton” and her father’s unusual eating habits. Then, movie buff Shaden Gallbreath stops by to share some movie trivia. Plus, educator Emil drops by to talk about teaching vocabulary at a community college.
Dirt bag Rudi North comes in hot once again as he joins Scott to announce his new job as a Zoom security guard. Then, Darren Matichek, owner of the National Bobblehead Museum and Hall of Fame returns to talk about new bobbleheads in his collection. Plus, Jerry Major drops by to talk about his job making movies into Will Smith movies.
Comedian extraordinaire Eliza Skinner joins Scott to talk about her debut comedy album “Regarding My Lovers,” when suddenly Grax, Eater of Worlds interrupts to issue an apology. Plus, Jefferson Milkyway stops by to talk about designing the courses for the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Shows.
Actress, author, raconteur Busy Philipps joins Scott to talk about her first professional paid acting job at toy fairs, the true origin of her nickname, and her new podcast “Busy Philipps is Doing Her Best.” Then, Red Lobster CEO Tricia Seawater stops by to talk about her recent booming business. Plus, bus driver Burgey Sullenberger returns and meets yet another Burgey Sullenberger.
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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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