Brett Gelman

Brett Gelman wrote iBrain and ruined many a Comedy Bang Bang with his foul language. If you can find it in yourself to forgive him, you’ll find that he’s a talented comedian, actor and (perhaps not surprisingly) rapper. His role as Brett in Eagleheart is pretty great, but not nearly as great as his one-man show One Thousand Cats. If you have any more questions, consult the internet which is teeming with Brett’s comedy.

Guest Appearances

October 3, 2022

Brett Gelman joins Andy Richter to talk about doing both comedy and drama, being an anxious child, being a Dead Head, and more.

December 19, 2018

In the beginning, Matty B created improv4humans. Then Matty B said, “Let there be a compilation of the greatest biblical improv scenes ever performed on this show”, and there was a compilation of biblical scenes. And Matty B saw the compilation, and called it the Best of The Bible, and he saw that it was good. And improv4humans continued to remain the greatest podcast in the universe, forever and ever, amen.

This episode is sponsored by Squarespace ( code: IMPROV).

October 29, 2018

The Boys and BRETT GELMAN have a little fun making a podcast festival.


This episode is sponsored by LinkedIn ( and Quip (

October 23, 2017

As Scott goes out for another remote episode of Comedy Bang! Bang! he gets tricked into entering Suicide House once again by innkeepers Messmore and Bueford le Barron. Snot Squakerman, Messmore, and Bueford chat about the rules of Suicide House, Dennis Miller, and politics when suddenly Ghost Boy appears and reunites with his Ghost Mother. Plus, musician Leo Carpazzi, the creator of the original version of The Monster Mash and his granddaughter Scaroline burst in to share the world premiere of Scaroline’s new single “Scary Love.” It wouldn’t be a Comedy Fang! Fang! episode without a special Hallowscream Freestyle Rap Competition!

This episode is brought to you by Patton Oswalt: Annihilation on Netflix, ( code: BANGBANG), and Stitch Fix (

September 13, 2017

Brett Gelman and Janicza Bravo of the film Lemon return to join Andrew to discuss whether Jewish people are White, why they are not on Twitter, and why it’s important to surround yourself with people who are not like you. As always, leave us a message about anything you think is racist at (323) 389-RACE.

This episode is brought to you by Hello Fresh ( code: YO30).

August 17, 2017

On a very special episode of Comedy Bang! Bang!, Scott is in conversation with actor and comedian Brett Gelman of iBrain, Twin Peaks, and Mad Men fame for the entire show. They put their past tensions aside as they discuss the themes and messages that reside in Brett’s new film “Lemon” which he co-wrote and stars in alongside a star-studded cast. Plus, Brett reads a hand-written letter addressed to him from his close friend Hillary Clinton.