Ken Marino is an original member of The State, Ron Donald from Party Down, Dr. Glenn Richie from Childrens Hospital, Jim Stansel from Role Models, and… do I really have to list all his credits? He’s been in just about everything that’s hip and cool and funny. The Ten, Reno 911, The Sarah Silverman Program, Ken’s been on all of them! He even made his own movie starring Paul Rudd called Diggers. To quote his most beloved character Louie: “I wanna dip my balls in it!”
August 14, 2015
This week, the Sklars explain why George R.R. Martin simply does not have time to visit practice for the New York Jets and why a drunk Dennis Rodman makes more sense than a sober Dennis Rodman. Then, Randy and Jason welcome to the show Ken Marino who talks about the best technique for auditioning, as well as his time as a cast member on MTV’s The State. Later, in quick hits the gang explains why athletes should not be picking fights with each other on social media, particularly if english is their second language. Lastly, Dennis Rodman calls in to explain his plan for water conservation.
April 22, 2015
Kulap and Howard welcome to the show Ken Marino, who promptly rekindles memories for Howard of where he was the day that Michael Jackson died. Then, Ken demonstrates his flawless impression of Winnie-the-Pooh, his endless curiosity of what music is, and why the era of digital music has rendered Paul McCartney silent. Additionally, the gang pontificates on what the market value would be of Ken’s new business, wherein he does personal, in home, performances of characters that he’s played. Later, the crew debates whether or not horse cops are productive and why a safe room is absolutely imperative for anyone that plans on doing Karaoke. Lastly, Ken talks about some of his earliest comedic influences.
October 13, 2014
Ken Marino & Casey Wilson of NBC’s Marry Me sing their hearts out on this week’s Comedy Bean Bag! After giving us an oral history of their new show Marry Me, Ken & Casey collabo once more as they create a brand new going to commercial theme song. Then, Dr. Jerry Pensacola stops by to explain what steps you must take to get your blood singing. Plus, everyone breaks the mold during a game of Riddle Me This!
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September 24, 2013
Comedic actor and writer, Ken Marino, (Wet Hot American Summer, Burning Love) chats with Kevin about his interest for performing in college leading to a career in acting. Ken discusses being nominated for 2 Emmys in the same category, collaborating with his wife on writing projects, and how fantastic it is to play with his college buddies and call it work.
March 14, 2013
What’s this!? A b-b-b-bonus second episode of Comedy Bang! Bang! recorded live at the South by Southwest Festival! Featuring co-host Reggie Watts, as well as special guests Ken Marino, Rob Huebel, Natasha Leggero, and Martin Starr of Burning Love. What else could make this better you ask? Maybe Jesse Ventura crashing the party to spout conspiracy theories, wrestle, and join in on a game of Would You Rather will satisfy your podcast needs!
June 18, 2012
Today’s audio sound recording of Comedy Bang Bang is the perfect companion to everyone’s favorite reality show, Burning Love! Mark Orlando and two of his lovely lady suitors, Carly and Tamara G, are joining Scott to answer the tough questions: Can a monkey heart love like a human one? What should you do about hard-to-hide boners? What happens when the rules of Would You Rather?, like the rules of love, are shaken? All accompanied by commentary from Steve Agee, today’s episode will fill you with lust, love, and laughs.
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