• Summary

  • 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!
    2021 Earwolf and Scott Aukerman
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Episodes
  • Aug 8 2022

    Scott’s old Mr. Show buddy Bob Odenkirk returns to talk about Comic Relief 8, the finale of Better Call Saul, and his future focusing on himself. Then, celebrity chef Bobby Flay stops by to talk about his new cooking show. Plus, lawyer Italiano Jones returns to fight for Scott in a mock trial.

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    1 hr and 22 mins
  • Aug 1 2022

    Comedian and actor Patton Oswalt joins Scott to talk about his new movie I Love My Dad, skipping apps, and his SNL dream cast. Then, scientist Ellen Norton-Simon Harris-Finley Finister stops by to talk about getting kids jazzed about science. Later, Scott’s new neighbor Dean Hormel drops by to invite everyone to his block party. Plus, musician Johnny Scat visits to talk about the scat community.

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    1 hr and 43 mins
  • Jul 25 2022

    Fellow Threedom co-hosts Paul F. Tompkins and Lauren Lapkus join Scott to talk about simping, The Weeknd, and musical instruments. Then, local reporter Haney Dilf stops by to talk about her recent car accident. Later, Carmine DeLonge arrives to show off his special skill. Plus, fencing instructor Jarles whose trapped in the Earwolf Studios stops by for another #classicjarles appearance!

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    1 hr and 25 mins

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super foul!

Oh I love the f-word and the sh-word also the C-word. But don't come at me the crap word.

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too foul for me.

I don't recommend, not funny but very foul. trust me, your time is better spent elsewhere.

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  • Josh Mitchell
  • 04-18-22

Really hit or miss podcast

I've listened to most of the available episodes here so I feel I have a good grasp of the content put out by comedy bang bang. Granted there is a huge archive of other episodes I haven't touched so I cant speak for the podcast in its entirety.

I find this podcast can be really hit or miss. Some episodes are great, really funny and with active guests/bits. The foam corner is ironically super good despite it being about bad jokes. The episode that stood out as the funniest to me was the Erhmantrout brothers Spike and Ike, which had me in bits and the 2015 best of was great. But in between this was a lot of misses. Granted, for a podcast not every one is gonna be a home run but some episodes can be a trip to the comedy graveyard. The host, Scott Auckerman is okay. He just sort of lets the show take its course around the guests and bounces off them from time to time which is good but I feel as if any radio presenter dude could replace him.

Overall its okay and is my backup podcast when I'm caught up on others. Sometimes it devolves into that typical American 'poop, fart, funny' humour and sometimes you have playful characters that can make an episode. My advice is to pick episodes at random (or pick best of's and skip to the top 5 since they time waste indefinitely for the initial parts) and if the episode seems like it doesn't have much jokes or "get up and go" just abandon it. 8 times out of 10 the episode doesn't much improve.