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?
It looks like Scott Achingman has stumbled upon the Werewolf Studios once more to find himself inside of Suicide House with none other than the dreadful Beuford and Messmore le Barron. After some catching up, they are joined by Caine Sherman of the Historical Society to tour Suicide House and figure out if it deserves to have historical status. However, the tour is interrupted by Beuford & Messmore’s father Maximilian Blanc who reveals the many others trapped within the many doors of Suicide House. Will Suicide House get historical status? Will Ghost Boy make an appearance? Will we break a record with the Freestyle Rap Contest? You’ll have to listen to Comedy Fang Fang to find out!
The sweetly subversive David Krumholtz takes a break from acting on the CBS comedy Partners to swing by the calming shores on this week’s Sklarbro Country! David joins Randy & Jason to talk about making his Broadway debut at the age of 13, scoring mushrooms for a 65-year-old Alan Arkin, and his dream of playing an orangutan opposite an orangutan. The guys then discuss a couple stories involving a 76-year-old man trying out for the Santa Cruz Warriors, a Colorado hockey referee’s bomb joke shutting down an airport, and the Asian Football Confederation blaming Wikipedia for their racist remark during a round of Quick Hits! Plus, friend of the show Jesse “The Body” Ventura drops by to tell us what he thought of the Presidential debates.
Our good friend of over 20 years, NY Times best selling author Brad Meltzer, visits the calming shores this week on Sklarbro Country! Brad joins Randy & Jason to reminisce about being apart of the test pilot for Cheap Seats, describes how he’s the food server for his son’s fantasy league, and explains how he explores the thriller genre to keep his writing fresh. We also get into some crazy sports stories including a former WWE Diva who was arrested 3 times in 3 days and how confused Dallas Cowboys fans were lead to a gay dating site. Plus, Brad tells us about the time he took his dad to Comic-Con during Quick Hits and Tom Leykis gives us a call to talk sports!
The funniest person in the universe, Amy Poehler, reveals which foreign show that Parks and Recreation is based on this week on Comedy Bang Bang! Fan favorite Jason Mantzoukas uses his co-hosting duties to help countdown the Twelve Days of the Emmys, obsess about thirtysomething, and talk politics. Talk radio host Tom Leykis drops by as well to share the ins and outs of Leykis 101. We play a new game called Speed Round and show off our skills during the Freestyle Rap Battle. Plus, a irresistibly delicious game of Would You Rather?
Remember the Beginnings podcast from The Earwolf Challenge? Well, they recently had Earwolf’s own James Adomian on their show, just in time to promote his debut stand-up album Low Hangin Fruit!