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December 7, 2010

Welcome darlings to the first ever episode of Glitter in the Garbage with Drew Droege. This is your spot online for old school Hollywood glamour and pop culture rejects! In this first episode, Drew explores ABC’s “The Middle” and it’s disgusting lead Patricia Heaton before having on some of his famous friends. Karen Black, Glenn Close, and Margot Kidder all chat in “The Actor’s Little Corner” about their careers, ageism in Hollywood, and elephant dentures. Ariana Huffington tries out a bit of stand-up for Drew, and Heidi Klum tells us about her upcoming musical career and how she stays so fit. To keep the class up, Maya Angelou comes by with a beautiful poem about the glorious wintertime. Thanks for stopping by, and come back soon!

December 7, 2010

Welcome to Who Charted, a weekly podcast delving into the hottest music, movies, and television for the week. Steve Agee joins Kulap and Howard in their maiden voyage, where they discuss everything from Dancing with the Stars to the Dancing with the Stars Result Show! If you’re like Steve and have almost no interest in popular music, you’ll still enjoy hearing about Howard’s roller skating Viagra experiences, Steve’s Twittercide, and Kulap’s Quidditch aspirations! The Wild Chart for the week is Video Games, and Howard and Steve play games like Chart Association and the Chart Challenge. Come back next week to see where your favorite movies, music, and T.V. shows will land on the charts!

December 6, 2010

Eric Balfour (Actor, SyFy’s “Haven”, lead in “Skyline”, also appeared on “24”) joins Kevin!

December 6, 2010

Laura Prepon (Actress; “That 70s Show” as Donna; “October Road” as Hannah) joins Kevin!

December 5, 2010

Fans of Stella and The State rejoice! The Marm of Smarm Michael Ian Black graces the Earwolf studios for the first time and brings with him an expansive knowledge of football and a great potential art project for fans out there. Together Scott and Michael discuss his acerbic comedic persona, his mile-a-minute career, and the emotional issues that make him the fantastic comedian we all know and love. Unfortunately, Scott’s ex-step father Bob Ducca makes another appearance to let us know how he’s spending the holidays (hungry…very hungry). Bob and Michael go head to head in a game of Would You Rather? which brings up some emotional family issues for both guests. Without any spoilers, there are some meaningful hugs that lead up to the hilarious plugs. Remember to check out the CBB XMAS CD. and Ebay Auction, both benefiting the L.A. Food Bank.

December 2, 2010

This show goes out to all Sklarbro listeners in Fantasy Podcasting Leagues! This week was our draft, and we went with entrepreneur and podcast legend Jesse Thorn, as well as Comedy Bang Bang favorite Nick Kroll. The guys run Sklarbitration for the first time in weeks, and for a very deserving plaintiff: Steve Miller’s sagging career. Nick Kroll tells us about his fantasy-centric show The League and premiers his character Randy Moss’ Dog! Jesse Thorn closes up the show with his fantasy picks for those playing in the AKC league. Here are the not-quite-safe for work (even if your work is playing water polo) Singapore swim-suits, and an interview with Joakim Noah regarding his “kind of awkward” steam room encounter.

December 2, 2010

Guys, she’s super hot, she’s crazy talented and lucky you, you’re likely to see her frequently on your television as well as on this very special podcast! Comedy actress ALISON BECKER came over and made us swoon. All of us. Even mascot Ruby. ENJOY!

December 1, 2010

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November 27, 2010

We at Earwolf are pulling out all the stops to make this the most hilarious Christmas possible! Friends of the show Kevin Nealon, Tig Notaro, and Sarah Silverman start the show off right with valuable information about their travel habits, weekly scheduling, and waste removal. Scott world premieres We Are The World off of the Comedy Bang Bang XMAS CD which opens up the door for more friends to stop by. Barry R. tells us about his recent work and premieres yet another track off the aforementioned XMAS CD which leads into a hot jam between all the guests. Cyber Thug and Miles Archer make amends with Scott for all the past take-overs and announce their latest business venture which segues beautifully into a round of Would You Rather? Be sure to check out the Comedy Bang Bang Christmas Auction, The video for ‘We Are The World’, and check back here tomorrow for the premiere episode of CyberThug Radio!

November 25, 2010

Your family is gone, the game is over, the kitchen is clean, and it’s time to head over to the calming shores of Sklarbro Country. Moshe Kasher joins Randy and Jason to talk about the sexuality of rappers and athletes, and what exactly it is that makes MMA so intoxicating. Together they count down the things they are thankful about this year, from sports to politics and from Hollywood and to you lovely fans! Before you head over to Mike Tyson’s kosher restaurant, check out Tony Parker’s Music Video, and be careful who you text!

November 25, 2010

Are ya’ll ready to fall in love? For Thanksgiving, Elizabeth and Psychic Andy thought we should give you, our beloved Laimewads, a glimpse inside a love connection – in this case with HARRIS WITTELS, writer for Parks and Recreation and the Sarah Silverman Program! He’s adorable. He’s hilarious. His cock shot is in Sarah Silverman’s book. Enough said. Enjoy!

November 23, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving to all you Earwolves out there! I don’t know about you, but there are a LOT of things that we at Earwolf are thankful for. We’re thankful that top-rated comedian Todd Barry can come do the show and talk to us about his career and his yearly income. We are thankful for the scientific advancements of Dr. Nathan Morrow and we know that he is thankful for his best friend Leo Carnell. We are thankful for the band Don’t Stop or We’ll Die and proud that they chose Comedy Bang Bang to world-premiere their newest single. And most importantly, we’re thankful for PLUGS! Head over to the Earwolf Blog to tell us what YOU are thankful for in your voting for the Comedy Bang Bang Awards. Now, we’re off to play some mini-golf!

November 22, 2010

Leonard Maltin (Esteemed Film Historian and critic) joins Kevin!

November 19, 2010

Troublemakers and Evil Twins of the world, this is the show for you! Whether you’re the type to beat up an eight-year-old at a football game, to wear pink cleats in opposition of your coach, or to commit the heinous crime of putting Johnny B. Goode on a jukebox, you’ll find something for you in this episode. The gentleman comedian Paul F. Tompkins talks about his rebellious decision to drink eight pints of beer while recording a stand-up special, and tells us how he holds his own in conversation with sports fans. The ultimate troublemaker Tiger Woods displays his trademark eloquence this week with his latest update on golf, his career, and his golfing career. If you’re still in the mood to make some mischief, go vote for Sklarbro Country at the Podcast Awards and check out the fabulous Pod F. Tompkast. For additional comedy relief, check out the early 90’s Miami Dolphins attempting to recreate M.C. Hammer’s ‘Cant Touch This’.

November 18, 2010

Stand up comedian MIKE BURNS is the kind of guy you want to hang out with all the time once you’ve met him because he makes everything FUN! Don’t just take our word for it – the proof is in the podcast, we’re especially excited about introducing laimewads to his character, GARY who is known for 2 things and 2 things only: 1) being a gentleman and 2) … well, you’ll just have to listen! Enjoy.

November 16, 2010

Joel McHale (Actor and comedian, star of “Community” and host of The Soup) joins Kevin!

November 15, 2010

Thank you Reggie Watts! This week Adam Scott makes his second appearance on Comedy Bang Bang and this time brings along his ever-evolving character of Gerry. Scott and Adam discuss the pop culture phenomena of U2, Top Chef, and Piranha 3D. Ice T and Jesse Ventura stop by after a long trip from Mexico and tell us how their friendship has evolved since their last appearances on the show. The rest I will leave to you to find out for yourself, but I will warn more squeamish listeners that there is a murder investigation, and for once Richard Belzer isn’t there to help out!

November 12, 2010

First off, we’d like to apologize for any issues you guys might have had with the website this week. We, uh…forgot to renew the domain. Maybe we shouldn’t have Jerry Jones of the Dallas Cowboys as our web engineer. Regardless, Randy and Jason overcome this set-back, much like Chilean miner Edison Pena did when he ran the New York City marathon. The guys bring in writer and comedian Patton Oswalt (who you probably remember as Wesley Snipes from The Fan) to talk about all aspects of comedy, from writing a comedy book to documenting his experiences touring. Sklarbitration is held in regards to Helen Keller being a hacky punchline, and advice is given for Tim Tebow as he begins his memoir. Plus Jerry Jones explains what the heck has been going on down in Dallas. Leave us your advice on how to be a successful trombonist/Santa Claus, and tell us which potential Sklarbitration Paralegal you would want defending you!

November 11, 2010

She keeps it real. She keeps it mother fuckin awesome. She keeps it inspirational for Elizabeth yo! From CBS’s “Accidentally On Purpose” and “Confessions Of A Shopoholic” LENNON PARHAM came on our lil show and made our day! Enjoy.

November 9, 2010

Comedy Bang Bang is always trying to do great things for mankind, whether through helping out a poor delinquent child or bringing in amazing comedians for us all to enjoy. This episode does both! Claire Woodruff (who does not have a robot arm) was sentenced to court-ordered podcasting, and boy does she fit the minimum community service requirements! Zing-Talker Eugene Mirman makes his Comedy Bang Bang debut to support his potential sponsors and talk about his upcoming show Bob’s Burgers. Scott once again opens up to us about his past, this time about his first date. Scott and Eugene show their competitive side when they place bets on the famous “ball pillow challenge” and follow it up with a rousing game of What Am I Thinking? Don’t forget to leave us a comment, or email Claire herself over at drwoodruff@me.com.

November 8, 2010

Bradley Whitford (Actor, “The Good Guys”, “The West Wing”) joins Kevin!

November 4, 2010

This week’s Sklarbro Country features two of America’s finest orators: Comedian Greg Proops and former President George W. Bush. Randy and Jason run Sklarbitration for Randy Moss and help two lonely fans in New York City find each other. Proops discusses, quite eloquently, why he loves the San Francisco Giants, why people should give Barry Bonds a break, and the difference between English and Italian football. This is followed by an in-depth interview with G.W. about his memoir and his former team the Rangers. Until next week, here is Score! A Hockey Musical.

November 4, 2010

Elizabeth has had a long time girl crush on our guest, comedy writer and actress MEGAN NEURINGER (whom you may know as the Mac girl from the Apple commercials and/or HBO’s Flight Of The Conchords) – so we were simply thrilled to find out that she was bringing her funny self out to LA to put up her hit show at UCB – LA and then peed in our pants thrilled that she came on our podcast! Enjoy.

November 1, 2010

Award-winning actor and comedian, Jason Alexander (“Seinfeld”, “The Producers”) joins Kevin!

October 31, 2010

For those who aren’t familiar with Doug Benson, he hates candy wrappers, screaming children and sticky seats. However, he does love movies and he joins Scott on Comedy Bang Bang to play the movie game he has made famous on his podcast, The Leonard Maltin Game. Scott has on Pastor Rhe Holner to get down to the theological nitty gritty with deep questions like “What is heaven like?” and “What is your church called?” Doug does a bit of soothsaying regarding the future state of entertainment, politics, and Chilean miners, and all three of the guys participate in a rousing round of What Am I Thinking?

October 29, 2010

Robert Morse (MAD MEN’s “Bert Cooper”; accomplished stage and screen actor) joins Kevin Pollak!

October 28, 2010

Is there a brand new episode of Sklarbro Country? I don’t know! Are Nick Swardson and Sam Elliott the guests? Must be, because I’m laughing! Randy and Jason discuss the mysterious lives of NFL punters and the bizarre prank played on ESPN’s Elizabeth Moreau before Nick Swardson of Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time comes by. Nick and the guys wax nostalgic about when they first met, long before Nick was even an embryo. Nick talks a bit about his experiences with Kato Kaelin (totally positive) and Andrew Dice Clay (completely terrifying), as well as Allen Iverson’s weird career move. Sam Elliott is back by popular request and he brings that special kind of crazy you can expect from a 66 year old character actor. Let us know what you think of Jose Canseco’s Baseball Camp, and go get the free Earwolf App. Churn THAT, butter makers!

As a disclaimer, unlike most Sklarbro episodes, this week contains language that isn’t suitable for children or people offended by profanity.

October 28, 2010

If you’re into World of Warcraft or if you went to BLizzcon or listen to gaming podcasts at all then you surely are familiar with THE TURPSTER and MIKE SCHRAMM of The Incredible Podcast of Amazing Awesomeness! Even if you’re not into gaming, you’ll still likely fall deeply into some serious gaming geek love with this duo… we’re not gonna lie, we did. Because it’s really true… They’re totally incredible and amazingly awesome! Enjoy.

October 26, 2010

Listeners beware, you’re in for a scare this week on Comedy Bang Bang!

First of all, what could be scarier than a CYBER-THUG TAKEOVER!?!!? The Thuggy One and his buddy Miles Archer take over the show to talk about the spooky world of prison with a full soundtrack from Eban Schletter’s Witching Hour. Thug and Archer very kindly allow Scott to stay in the studio (mainly to talk about the new Earwolf app) as some ghastly guests come by. The Ghost Boy who has been haunting the Earwolf studio finally reveals himself, and brings in some much needed levity with his happy songs and silly jokes. Messmore and Bueford LeBaron, innkeepers of Suicide House, join the show mainly to talk about their dicks and ghoul-themed daytime television. In an effort to regain the journalistic integrity of the show, Scott has on Leo Karpatze to sing for us the first draft of Monster Mash, which the guests use as an excuse to start a cypher. Of course, it wouldn’t be a Halloween episode of Comedy Bang Bang without a round of Spook You Rather! Head on over to the Earwolf Store to buy your “Coolest Person on the Planet” Halloween costume and don’t forget to check out the Earwolf App!

October 21, 2010

The Upright Citizens Brigade have left their mark on NYC and in LA and soon enough, they may open a theater right here in Sklarbro Country. Original UCB member, Matt Besser (@mattbesser on Twitter) joins the brothers to discuss his midwestern sports leanings from his humble Arkansas upbringing. Randy and Jason take on his Airness, Michael Jordan, implying that through a series of off the court bad decisions, the man is trying to be the craziest ex-athlete of all time. They Sklarbitrate a LPGA matter and Besser sits in on some quick hits, including Junior Seau driving off a shetland cliff. Jason Nash and Pete Bumgarner, AKA, Limo Driver, round out the show by to singing a few songs and talking about their feelings. Head over to Atom post-haste to see a special sneak peek at Jason Nash is Married, his upcoming web series, and be sure to leave us a comment (or a comment on a comment).