Jon Daly is very funny. He’s acted for television (Human Giant, Happy Endings) and film (Bride Wars, Mystery Team). He’s starred in FunnyorDie videos (My Imaginary Friend is Fabio, Bieber 5021), and frequently performs at the UCB theatre in Los Angeles. He’s also a pretty fantastic rapper as the non-Brett Gelman half of Cracked Out.
July 3, 2022
Accomplished actor Kelsey Grammer joins Scott to talk about the new Frasier reboot, his podcast pitch all about The Kingston Trio, and Jon Daly’s new album “Ding Dong Delicious.” Then, the “real” Superman stops by to talk about his 4th of July plans. Plus, handyman Tobias Boothby drops by to promote his handyman business.
June 9, 2020
June 2, 2019
Actor/director Seth Green joins Scott to talk about his directorial debut “Changeland,” the trip to Thailand that inspired him to write the movie, and his old “Cha-ching” commercials. Then, entrepreneur Trombone Shitty stops by to workshop commercials for his car dealership. Plus, musicians Stephen and Jonathan of the band Hashtag.Song_Goals stop by to share some examples of songs they have updated by changing the lyrics.
April 28, 2019
Scott Aukerman celebrates the 10th Anniversary of Comedy Bang! Bang! by implementing a true open door policy and welcomes fan favorite guests of the show over the last 10 years!
Part Two Featuring:
“Weird Al” Yankovic
Jessica St. Clair
Listen to the full 10 hours as one episode on the Stitcher app or here: https://stitcher.com/s?eid=60327707
February 14, 2019
Featuring Mary Kobayashi, Tim Heidecker, Jon Daly, Sara Watkins, Lauren Lapkus, Jon Gabrus, Steve Dildarian, Jay Kogen, and an interview with HBO & Annapurna Pictures’ Sue Naegle. Recorded live at UCB Franklin in Los Angeles, 1/24/19.
July 16, 2018
Recorded live in New York City, Marissa and Listler travel to the Big Apple to present a jam-packed episode of their podcast project Womp It Up! We’ll find out what’s been going on with the notorious Eric “Gutterballs” Gutterman (Jason Mantzoukas), Daily Dolphin editor-in-chief Chet Noseworthy (Jack McBrayer), Marissa’s stepdad Seth Wompler (Brian Huskey), former teacher C.S. Steers (Paul Scheer), Marissa’s old steady Matt Yanni (Jon Daly) and many more as they help Marissa come to terms with big changes in her life.