Join host Scott Aukerman ("Comedy Bang! Bang!" on IFC, "Mr. Show") for a weekly podcast that blends conversation and character work from today's funniest comedians. While Scott begins by traditionally interviewing the celebrities, the open-door policy means an assortment of eccentric oddballs can pop by at any moment to chat, compete in games, and engage in comic revelry...
Stand-up comedian extraordinaire Langston Kerman joins Scott to talk about his experience writing for The Oscars the year Chris Rock hosted, his character Jered on Insecure, and spoilers. Then, inventor/businesswoman Entrée PeeE Neur returns to pitch some new inventions. Plus, Entrée’s brother Appetizer PeeE Neur stops by to talk about having to quit his jobs to take care of his sick mother.
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Returning champion Flula Borg joins Scott to chat about remaking A Star Is Born, his obsession with the South, and The Boss Baby: Back in Business. Then, Sprague The Whisperer producing manager at Mosaic returns to talk about losing a big client. Later, newly married Kayla Dickie returns along with her new husband Jud Wiebe to discuss what Jud has been up to in the years since he’s been missing.
Actress, writer, and comedian Andrea Savage makes a triumphant return to talk about the second season of her truTV show “I’m Sorry,” the freedom of total creative control, and peeing next to Michael Jackson. Plus, noted musician Jackson Maine stops by to reflect on the recent movie about his life, and businesswoman Linda Watermark drops in to share some surprising sales statistics.
Comedian extraordinaire Patton Oswalt joins Scott to talk about the second season of A.P. Bio, whether King Kong did nothing wrong, and which superhero he would want to portray in a motion picture. Then, Dalton Wilcox, Poet Laureate of the West returns to announce his new name.
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Old friend Jason Mantzoukas (How Did This Get Made?, The Long Dumb Road) joins Scott once again to talk about pets, making their own Hamilton, and pizza pants. Then, 17-year-old Kaitlin stops by to talk about her YouTube channel.
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Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle, stars and creators of PEN15 join Scott to talk about their show in 8 words or less, slushies, and the Family Feud hosts. Then, publicist Seth Berkowitz stops by to talk about representing MoviePass. Plus, Perry Gordon, mogul and CEO of Motorville Records drops by to talk about some of his ‘60s hits.
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Comedian extraordinaire Rhea Butcher joins Scott to talk about the writing process, top 3 things to get rid of from a daily routine, and touring with many fart jokes. Then, cool astronaut Devon Westinghouse drops by to talk about his upcoming trip to space. Plus, detective James P. Garity stops by to talk about a cold case he’s been investigating.
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Actor and improviser Matt Walsh (Veep, UCB) joins Scott and Traci Reardon to interpret the poster of Matt’s new film Under the Eiffel Tower and talk about Traci’s new documentary. Then, up-and-coming filmmaker Allen Woody stops by to talk about his directorial debut. Plus, everyone plays a game of Riddle Me This!
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Humorist John Hodgman (Judge John Hodgman, Vacationland) joins Scott to talk about secret families, what he did to prepare for officiating a wedding, and his career as the character “Monica Geller” on Friends. Then, Alimony Tony stops by to sing some of his parody songs. Later, odds and ends man Rupert Sharp drops by to promote his home services.
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