Here’s the poster for Seth Morris’ favorite film, Big Brother’s In Charge. This 1989 film stars the Fat Boys as rambunctious administrative assistants and is the sequel to Disorderlies. To hear more from Seth on movie ideas and to hear his very opinionated friend, listen to Comedy Bang! Bang! 152 “Behind the Irony Curtain”.
This week we’re giving you Comedy Bang Bang listeners a little treat: Two previously unreleased episodes with some behind-the-curtain commentary courtesy of Scott Aukerman. Today’s episode features Seth Morris in the role he was born to play: Himself! We also meet a brand new character from first-time guest Ed Helms. If you like learning how the bread is made, come back on Thursday for another look inside the Comedy Bang Bang vault.
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By: Julia Hays
Today’s improv4humans will be with you for richer and for poorer, in sickness and in health, even if you have your genitals ripped off, and even if you have your eyes replaced with baby eyes. Isn’t that what love really is? Our guests are Seth Morris, Brian Huskey, and Lauren Lapkus who treat you to a round of improv more exciting than a helicopter ride and more erotic than a rainbow blow job. 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.
I know this is from SXSW 2011, but how can you not love this pic of Hot Saucerman and Pee-Wee.
Relive Scott, Paul, Dave Foley and Lil’ Gary with CBB Live at SXSW 2011.
And listen to Comedy Bang Bang SXSW 2012 with Tim Heidecker, James Adomain, Reggie Watts and Seth Morris again, for the first time (how does that even make sense?)
This week on Who Charted? Bob Ducca leaves his hemorrhoid pillow and we get to meet the man behind the ex-stepfather, Seth Morris. Seth is the ultimate sport as we check out The Ultimate Chart for music, quizzes, and sexy rodents. We get into the Movie Chart, but more importantly, we see a glimpse into Howard’s teenage years before launching into a game of Chart Piñata celebrating the Top Hollywood Projects (no, MANswers didn’t make the cut). You can hear all of this, AND a movie pitch that will send 21 Jump Street home crying, on Who Charted?!