Thomas Lennon

Thomas Lennon is a stand-up comic and sketch performer who you might recognize from The State, Viva Variety, and Reno 911. Together with Robert Ben Garant he has written many popular studio films and the subsequent book Writing Movies for Fun and Profit. He has performed stand-up on The Benson Interruption television show and frequently contributed to The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson as his Reno 911 character Lt. Dangle.

Guest Appearances

April 17, 2022

Get ready to enter a state of HULKAMANIA, brother? Recorded LIVE at Largo in Los Angeles, Thomas Lennon joins Paul, June, & Jason to discuss the 1989 Hulk Hogan film, No Holds Barred! They’ll cover everything from dookie pants and fighting guns with pies, to June learning that ‘No Holds Barred’ actually has a meaning. 

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March 21, 2021

CBB’s first ever guests Thomas Lennon (The State) and Rob Huebel (Human Giant) return to talk to Scott about the times Ken Marino took Tom to the emergency room, the new film Shoplifters of the World, Reno 911!, and to take listener calls about Tom’s favorite Human Giant sketch. Then, dental hygienist Lindsay McMulligan drops by to talk about having the best time at the lake. Plus, Scott gets confronted by his stalker Carmella Areola.

October 20, 2019

On the Los Feliz Daycare Podcast, lead education/emotional guru, Jason Shapiro, sits down with Gayle Carnegie-Mellon Caruso (yogi, documentary filmmaker, and parent (witness) of June Carter Cash Carnegie-Mellon Caruso, 159 weeks) to answer your voicemail questions.

Gayle is co chair of the Committee to Unpack White Privilege Knapsacks, and co chair of SNACK TIME, and co chair of the Committee Against Chairs.  You can see him in the bright orange vest, directing traffic every Tuesday and Thursday at LFDC. His two latest documentaries could be seen on SEESO before it went out of business.

You can follow Los Feliz Daycare on Twitter @LosFelizDaycare and on Instagram @LosFelizDaycare. Gayle Carnegie-Mellon Caruso asked that you follow Thomas Lennon @ThomasLennon.

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 One Featuring:

Jason Mantzoukas

Andy Daly

Paul F. Tompkins

Seth Morris

Jon Hamm

Lauren Lapkus

Jessica McKenna

Zach Reino

Jon Gabrus

Ego Nwodim

Zeke Nicholson

Carl Tart

Rob Huebel

Thomas Lennon

Matt Besser

Paul Scheer

Tawny Newsome

Madeline Walter

Taran Killam

Paul Brittain

Ryan Gaul

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This episode is brought to you by Sirius XM (, Thomas’ English Muffins, and State Farm.

September 10, 2018

THE Thomas Lennon returns to the Chat Show, and this time, it’s personal… and, of course, damn hell funny.

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April 23, 2018

Actor and filmmaker Thomas Lennon joins Amy live from Overlook Film Festival to pit the 1973 horror film “The Exorcist” against its 1990 sequel “The Exorcist III.” They discuss how the films use sound design to scare, the true story behind the exorcism, and why “The Exorcist III” is the best threequel of all time. Plus, we get insights about both films from the audience before Amy and Thomas make their final cases for which film should enter The Canon. Should “The Exorcist” or “The Exorcist III” go down as one of the all-time horror greats? Cast your vote on the Earwolf forums now!