The fabulous Kevin Pollak joins Ronna & Beverly on their first livestreamed episode! They chat about when he will get married, having his chat show on Earwolf, and changing his name with his best friend growing up who was also named Kevin. Also, important questions regarding leather pants, impressions, and schmucks are answered! Check out the full video Monday, April 8th over at Youtube.com/Earwolf!
Once under the impression that they were handing out television pilots to comedians upon arrival to Los Angeles, actor/writer/director/producer Jon Favreau (Swingers, Iron Man, Elf) chats to Kevin about all aspects of the movie making process. Having worn many hats in the industry, Favreau gives insight on penning a cult classic, directing Robert Downey Jr. in the film that resurrected his career, compiling snappy soundtracks, and letting Will Ferrell just do his thing.
It’s the fantastic and hilarious duo you know from their fantastic and hilarious podcast, Sklarbro Country – JASON AND RANDY SKLAR came over and discussed their St. Louis roots, why Lance Armstrong’s got a whole lotta ball, and how Richard Simmons has made a special place in their hearts/lives/plane memories. Enjoy!
The very talented Sarah Silverman joins Randy & Jason to reminisce about playing together on a comedy softball league on today’s Sklarbro Country! Sarah talks about why people have a hard time believing comedians can act in serious dramatic roles, being benched the whole time she was on the Gotham comedy club softball league, and her perspective on how her father defended her against a rabbi’s open letter. She also tells us about meeting Arnold Schwarzenegger, noticing how the dynamic between men and women was much healthier while re-watching Meatballs, and not feeling good after a spinning session during a round of Quick Hits. Plus, we call up Bruce Jenner to give us his explanation as to why he was sitting in a different row from the Kardashians at the Clippers game. Don’t forget to pick up tickets to see Randy and Jason in San Francisco at Cobb’s Comedy Club on January 18-20 and in Portland at Helium Comedy Club on January 24-26.
Hear backstage interviews from the last live Comedy Bang Bang, featuring: Jon Hamm, Chris Hardwick, Andy Richter, Paul F. Tompkins, Jake Fogelnest, David Cross, Patton Oswalt, Jimmy Pardo, Zach Galifianakis, Todd Glass, Tim Heidecker, Jenny Slate, Riki Lindhome, Steve Agee, Joss Whedon, Kristin Schaal, Kate Miccuci, Lance Bangs, Kurt Braunohler, Anthony Jeselnik, Brian Posehn, Doug Benson, and Tom Lennon. Plus, Kulap interviews Scott about the show!
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Andrew Ti welcomes comedians Sean O’Connor and Noah Garfinkel for Cloud Atlas week on Yo, Is This Racist? Today they explain the racial fuck fest that is Cloud Atlas, talk about Halle Berry as Indian Party Guest, and Hugh Grant playing a savage. On a regular week you can leave us a question about something being racist at 323-389 RACE.
Did you ever notice that Demetri Martin has never been on Comedy Bang Bang? Well Demetri is here in studio to tell us about growing up in the Jersey Shore, gift giving, and how he celebrates the holidays. Don’t you hate it when the ghost of Orson Welles appears to warn us about the end of the world? At least stand up comedian Nancy Cooper drops by to cheer us up with some of her observational jokes. You know what I mean? Woof Woof!
Get your dicks out America… the Dungeons & Dragons rollicking adventure continues. The group finds themselves stowed away on a pleasure cruise with swashbuckling hot chicks as their captors. The dimmest of the bunch, Amarth Amon (Brian Posehn), volunteers to hurt someone and the group weighs whether they need a more stealth approach. Blackee Green (Blaine Capatch), a half elf warlock, does reconnaissance with the dungeon master’s (Scott Robison) helpful world building. After gaining intel Martha Maxton (Sarah Guzzardo), Bartho Shett (Ken Daly), Ell Ryan (Gerry Duggan) and the rest of the gang weapon up. They’re an odd bunch, to be sure, but they work together to find out the truth of their surroundings. And Penn St. jokes happen. It’s a blast of fun and the story is only beginning.