The Birthday Boys are Jefferson Dutton, Dave Ferguson, Mike Hanford, Tim Kalpakis, Matt Kowalick, Mike Mitchell, and Chris VanArtsdalen. But who cares about that? All that matters is that they’re great, at least according to Adam McKay, and they perform with A Kiss from Daddy on the first Wednesday of every month at the Los Angeles UCB Theatre.
November 20, 2013
Dave Ferguson, Mike Hanford, and Tim Kalpakis are all from your favorite sketch group The Birthday Boys and are ready to countdown some charts with Howard & Kulap! The Boys talk caveman days, Woodstock, and rapping in different languages as they countdown Billboard’s Top 5 France Songs. Then, they tell us about their typical movie viewing experience and Tim shares his vivid Last Vegas dream during the Movie Chart. Finally, the Boys let us know if there are any honorary Birthday Girls as they answer some listener questions. Give the gift of charts by grabbing the Who Charted? Holiday Bundle now available in the Earwolf store!
October 14, 2013
Mr. Show & Breaking Bad’s Bob Odenkirk returns along with our favorite sketch group The Birthday Boys on today’s Comedy Bang Boing! Bob takes us through the true final episode of Breaking Bad, he helps Scott find a new catchphrase, and tells us all about working with The Birthday Boys on their new IFC show which premieres Friday, October 18th (which you should absolutely tune in to if you know what’s good for ya!). Enhance your CBB listening experience by grabbing yourself an ice cold Coca-Cola, Pepsi, or (s)Tab and enjoy that secret recipe taste!
May 15, 2011
Welcome to Hobo Chat, hosted by Scottabot Saucerman. This week, our bumbling argumentative hobos are joined by noted television and film director Paul Feig and acclaimed sketch group The Birthday Boys. In between the drug deals and dumpster diving, if you listen carefully you can hear Paul talk about working on the movie Bridesmaids, and The Birthday Boys pitch some movies of their own. Get your first ever glimpse inside the Earwolf Studios Antechamber and the celebrities we’re storing in there for future episodes. Be sure to “like” Comedy Bang Bang on Facebook, and send your Would You Rather questions to the Comedy Bang Bang WYR Twitter
May 21, 2010
Hey, so Marc Maron is super good at podcasting, right? Let’s have him on Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast to talk about his ex-wife and his depression and caffeine and nicotine addictions and all of those other things he talks about so hilariously. Plus, Adam McKay’s favorite sketch group “The Birthday Boys” makes a big impression on the Comedy Bang Bang audience. Listen to just what happened that created such a reaction.