Are you [bleep] ready for another [bleep] incredible episode of Comedy Bang Bang? Neil Campbell is taking over co-hosting duties today as we welcome back Brendon Walsh aka B Money Dubbz to get a taste of his new comedic persona. Suddenly, Gordon Ramsay himself stops by to tear us a new [bleep] but then calms down to listen to an excerpt of Neil’s new one man show. It’s the kind of episode that will make you [bleep] as you [bleep].
Pepper heads rejoice as fan favorites Zach Galifianakis & Jon Daly join us to talk about their Red Hot Chili Peppers fan club on today’s Comedy Bang Bang! We get to hear about their podcast devoted to the Chili Peps, the awesome theme song that they sing before every meeting of the fan club, and some unbelievable facts about the Red Hots themselves. Plus, Neil Campbell drops by to tell us about his recent venture into playwriting.
Aren’t you glad that the Roastmaster General Jeffrey Ross and Canadian singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith are making their Comedy Bang Bang debut!? That’s not all, Sarah Silverman joins us to sing some of her telegrams and author Cam Billmoth reads an excerpt from his new book Letters To Mom. Plus, we play a heated game of Would You Rather? and Ron treats us to a song from his new album “Forever Endeavour.” Check out the full video of today’s episode at youtube.com/earwolf!
Kristen Schaal makes her first in-studio appearance on today’s special Thursday episode of Comedy Bang Bang! Kristen schools co-host Nancy Cooper on rare pennies, microphone techniques, and invites her to Los Angeles for a 24 hour comedy training experience. Teenager Rick Faber then stops by to share his true feelings about being an awful teenager, some of the terrible antics his group of friends have gotten into, and has a confession to make during a game of Would You Rather?
Parks and Recreation’s Aziz Ansari returns for today’s special election episode of Comedy Bang Bang! Aziz talks about the inspiration behind his tour Buried Alive, the cast on Parks & Rec, and being scared of Gout. Bob Odenkirk, Mike Hanford, and Neil Campbell stop by to reunite with Scott as the political parodists The Washington Monugents to tickle some ribs and kick out some topical jams. Also joining us is political commentator Pat Buchanan who tells us his feelings on this election and plays a game of Would You Rather?