Adam Pally gives life advice on today’s Who Charted! He shares stories from his trip to Thailand during the Billboard K-pop 100 Music Chart. Adam also tells us his Top 5 Favorite Movies, we figure out what kind of super hero movie he could be cast in, and helps countdown the Top 4-Day Martin Luther King Weekend films. Plus, we hear about his parents’ band Pally and Pal with a game of Chart Piñata!
Two cast members from the hit ABC show Happy Endings, Casey Wilson and Adam Pally came to play on this week’s Comedy Bang Bang! Adam & Casey share stories of their parents, talk couples Halloween costumes, and give us a little taste of what to expect on the new season of Happy Endings. Unfortunately, Casey becomes terrified during our women themed Freestyle Rap Battle. Fortunately, she redeems herself with a Sex and the City impression off during a game of Would You Rather?
Adam Pally, Seth Morris, and Gil Ozeri join Matt Besser for a venture through the pussy mines on this week’s improv4humans! Along the way they make up names for gum, get better acquainted to living without technology, debate about proper egg cooking terms, and are approached by a vengeful Bob Dylan. Be sure to pick up an improv4humans shirt from the Earwolf Store and follow @MattBesser on Twitter to send in your improv suggestions. Music by Bobby Matthews and Dragoon.
Eric the Paid Intern is leaving Earwolf to take a job in facial recognition software (because he’s a genius) so here are some awesome Eric interviews and improv scenes that we’ve saved up from past episodes. Hear improv from Horatio Sanz, Adam Pally, Sean Conroy, Mookie Blaiklock, Danielle Schneider, and your other favorite improvisers.
If your wheelchair doubles as a bed and toilet, does that make you a cyborg? What if you’re just a head on a box? Guests Gil Ozeri, Adam Pally, and John Gemberling debate human vs. cyborg with improv4humans fan Neclord. This episode’s also full of oak tag, dry lattes, and phantom penis. Be sure to pick up an improv4humans shirt from the Earwolf Store and follow @MattBesser on Twitter to send in your improv suggestions. Music by Dragoon.