Caroline pre-dates Earwolf. She was the co-founder of Rayiapedia, a wiki dedicated to her favorite show. We brought her onto the team before we launched our first website due to her obvious talents and interests in all things Earwolf. She’s pretty much awesome.
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, Stamps.com (www.stamps.com code: BANGBANG), and Stitch Fix (www.stitchfix.com/BANGBANG).
October 31, 2016
Oh no! Scott has been tricked again on his way to the Earwolf Studios and instead has arrived to the Werewolf Studios deep inside Suicide House on 1122 Boogie Woogie Avenue. The ghoulish Beuford le Barron welcomes Scott alone this time around as his brother Messmore is no longer dead. As Scott hears the cries of others residing dark in the shadows of the Suicide House he encounters familiar faces of Halloween past such as Ghost Boy, Dr. Traygo, and Leo Carpazzi & his granddaughter Scaroline. It’s time to face your fear and enter yet another Comedy Fang! Fang! complete with a special Hallowscream Freestyle Rap Contest!
This episode is brought to you by Seeso, Black Tux, Dollar Shave Club, and Jack Threads.