Todd Glass, and let me preface this by saying that he’s GREAT, is a stand-up comic who has been performing since age sixteen. He’s performed stand-up on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Laet Night with Conan O’Brien, and was featured on two seasons of Last Comic Standing. He’s acted in shows as diverse as Friends, Home Improvement, and The Sarah Silverman Program. He has his own Comedy Central Presents as well as a stand-up comedy album Thin Pig.
Star of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants & first timer Amber Tamblyn stops by along with fan favorite Todd Glass to celebrate Ovarytober on today's special B-B-B-ONUS-S-S-s episode of Comedy Bing Bong! Amber tells us about recently becoming a regular on…Listen
Jake compiles his favorite moments from the first year of the show on this week's Best Of edition of THE FOGELNEST FILES! Fantastic moments like Megan Amram's Rosie O'Donnell story, Jen Kirkman's breakdown of Royce & Marilyn, Cheech & Chong explaining the…Listen
It’s an episode of firsts as Todd Glass, Anthony King, Alex Fernie, and Ben Rodgers join Matt Besser for a special improv5humans! They’ll find themselves stranded in the middle of the ocean, explore the world of Civil War reenactors, and learn how…Listen
American treasure Todd Glass shows off his new tattoo on today’s Who Charted! We learn which songs make Todd cry, the story behind his silly dance parties, and why he defends Justin Bieber to his mom during Dusted’s Top 5 Alternative Albums…Listen
This episode is Prediculously Sklar-larious! Todd Glass graces the calming shores (or are they mountains?) with the stories he has about performing with Aretha Franklin, giving and receiving comedy advice, and of course cashews. Randy and Jason try to figure out Pete…Listen
Todd Glass might be the most seriously funny person. And by that I mean even when he's talking about his dog dying or asking for Twitter advice, it's hilarious. Hannibal Buress drops some bon mots, and Sarah Silverman is fortunate enough to…Listen
Theme-episodes aren't Comedy Bang Bang's forte, so why Scott wanted to have a Philly episode we'll never understand. I mean, Paul F. Tompkins and Todd Glass I get, but (the great Dr.) Bill Cosby? And he's become such a shill! Well, listen…Listen