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    Episode 60 — Street Fighter

    Who let the dolphin into the studio after June asks what a street fighter is? Or is it an exotic bird?
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    Episode 107 — Maybe It's Maybelline

    "I worked in a nursery and took a hammer to a couple of soft baby skulls. I crushed them like tomatoes." Oh, Mr. Kroll, you are a genius. If I could, I'd give you a Loonie so you could buy yourself a bag of milk.
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    Episode 100 — The Big One-Oh-Oh

    The show is caled "Comedy Bang! Bang! (or "Comedy Death Ray"), not "Great Musical Performances Bang! Bang!" (or "Great Musical Performances Death Ray"). False advertising, perhaps, but I couldn't believe my ears hearing Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs performing two (or was it three) great covers that aren't even on their great covers albums. Totally unexpected but a total treat and delight.
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    Episode BO2010 — The Best of 2010

    Dammit, I listen to Comedy Deathray/Bang Bang for comedy, not poignant musical tributes to the dearly departed! Thomas Lennon's acoustic performance of "I Am Not Food" will soon probably take the place of Puff Daddy's "I'll Be Missing You" for YouTube tributes to deceased friends and family members, and I suspect in 100 years time, it will be a funeral staple. It'll be probably be played at more funerals than "Amazing Grace" because the great part about it is it speaks of what it is to be human, and doesn't subscribe to any one religious school so it can be played for anyone.
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    Episode 29 — Introducing Huell Howser

    Also catching up on Comedy Bang Bang/Deathray from the beginning, and had to say what a brilliant episode this was. Before Huell's memories returned, it was hilarious, but once they returned, it was a masterpiece with a fifty minute set-up for a punchline that I never saw coming and was one of the funniest things I've ever heard in my entire life. Everyone did a great job, and Adomian is simply a genius.
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