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  1. Brett Arnold

    Episode 240 — #TheWorldsEnd

    The trio of filmmakers from The World’s End, Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost are on today’s B-B-B-B-ONUS episode of Comedy Bang! Bang! They’ll explain how the Cornetto trilogy came to be, describe some of the themes of their film “The World’s End,” and wonder what’s been going on with Austin Powers. Then, giant stars Sean Connery and Sir Michael Caine walk into the room to share their love of friendship and tell us about the important rules of acting.
  2. Reggie Watts and Neil Campbell are back in the hot seats on this week's B-B-B-BONUS Comedy Bang Bang! Scott, Reggie and Neil share their excitement for season two of Comedy Bang Bang: The TV series, which premieres on IFC on Friday July 12th, as well as reminisce about the process of creating the show. Reggie updates everyone on the current state of the Jish and Jash networks and debuts some new exclusive tracks before Neil performs a very memorable monologue. A classic Freestyle Rap Battle takes places as well as a hysterical Would You Rather, and we will be back with your regularly scheduled Bang Bang on Monday!
  3. Kim Fowley joins Jake for Sex, Death and Rock and Roll and bedding the bounds of decency and civilized behavior. Drugs, disease and haircuts have not changed in Hollywood since Hollywood began. Live from his hospital bed in West Hollywood, Kim, along with his friends The Fabulous Miss Wendy and Lady Satan, join Jake for a discussion about The Germs, The Runaways, Kiss and Rodney Bingenheimer. The Fogelnest Files is LIVE at the LA Podcast Festival on October 5th with Andy Richter, Matt Besser and more. lapodfest.com LIVE in New York City on October 10th at The Bell House with Julie Klausner, Dave Hill and special guests. Tickets at thebellhouseny.com.
  4. After a rather lengthy hiatus, Scott and Harris are back with another classic episode of Analyze Phish! If you're new to Analyze Phish, let me get you up to speed: Harris Wittels and Scott Aukerman are friends, Harris likes Phish, and Scott does not. Harris does his best to change Scott's mind, although even a drug-fueled trip to a Phish show in New York proves futile. In this long awaited episode, Scott and Harris take calls from eager Phish fans in an attempt to better persuade Scott, and special guests Nathan Rabin and Nick Thorburn join in on the fun.
  5. Without Kulap to keep 'em in line, Howard and Engineer Stard leave it to the universe to guide this week's extra special TWO CHARTED! Those who make it past the hilarious rambling introduction will be rewarded, as weird things happen, the show goes completely off the rails and somehow ends up becoming one of the most memorable episodes in Twooch history. Howard and Stard cover every topic imaginable, including powerful Russian drugs, art versus animals, the anniversary of Howard's first make out session, and an update for all the loyal Chartists on Howard's sister's relationship with the man who caused the infamous fainting spell. Howard recommends an unforgettable donut shop before welcoming a surprise celebrity guest who just so happened to be in the right place at the right time. The mystery guest and Howard get personal and tease an epic Wie-Wie story that will (hopefully) be discussed in a future episode. To close out the episode, Howard answers some fan questions and Stard plays the long anticipated "SUMMAH'S HERE!" REMIX!
  6. Ben Schwartz and director extraordinaire Werner Herzog both return to the studio on today's Comedy Bang Bang! Scott shares his enthusiasm for season two of the Comedy Bang Bang TV series, which premieres on IFC this Friday July 12th, and Ben and Scott discuss the new season of Ben's series House of Pies. Werner discusses the plight of working with a green screen, reveals what kind of vehicle he drives and what it's like working on a film with Thomas Cruise. The filmography of Prince and the pronunciation of the word "marshmallow" are mentioned before Werner clues us in on his favorite film of all time and Ben tries out a new character. Comedy Bang Bang will return with a very special B-B-B-BONUS episode this Thursday.
  7. The break from the hatch continues this week as Professor Blastoff comes to you Live from Philadelphia! Tig and Kyle get into an epic shouting match right out of the gate, and David explains the origins of a Philadelphia legend before we learn exactly where the mysterious dusty stage blender came from. Audience member and loyal Blastronaut Emily Moignard joins the gang on stage to offer some insight on her fascinating job as an in-home family therapist as well as shed some light on what lead her down that career path. The sanctity of our Christian podcast is broken numerous times as Emily details the story of her family and grills Kyle, Tig and David about their familial relationships, including a closer look at Kyle's relationship with MOTHER! And of course, it wouldn't be a live episode without a hilarious round of Name That Punky!
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    Episode 136 — Grand Poo-Ba

    Earwolf favorite Andy Daly returns to the studio on this week's WHO CHARTED! Howard and Kulap investigate Andy's lineage, and the three discuss their Wimbledon ignorance before getting into the Billboard Germany music chart. Andy shares his hilarious Bennigan's employee experience and talks about his career in film as they dive into the movies chart. We also get to know some of Andy's best Comedy Bang Bang characters during an unforgettable game of Chart Roulette.
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    Episode 124 — Big Questions

    Yup, you guessed it — it's time for a Kyle Dunnigan solo episode! Kyle takes a break from his writing in New York to perform some listener-suggested Punkys and get into it with multiple special guests. First, Kyle interviews fellow "Inside Amy Schumer" writer Kurt Metzger about everything under the sun, from aliens to Jehovah's witnesses. After talking to Kurt, Kyle sits down briefly with Amy Schumer and asks her about God. Kyle's third and final interview is with lifelong friend Michael Anderson, who offers a different take on God than the previous guests and shares some of his particularly fascinating insights. This episode was brought to you by Trump Hospital.
  10. The live streak continues as we come to you from Montreal on this week's Professor Blastoff! We find out why Kyle always carries a spare bed, David tells us about his recent lost luggage debacle and surly Tig discusses her desire for a large watch before Aaron breaks down why everything that preceded his introduction was wrong. The gang then throws it to the professor and first-time Earwolf guest Bo Burnham to talk about hemorrhoids, the best Starburst flavors and eventually get to the night's topic — the Internet. Bo explains how he got his start on the Internet, talks about Reddit, Vine, and his relationship with music as Aaron tries his best to compare YouTube to Charles Darwin.
  11. The hatch hiatus continues as Professor Blastoff comes to you live from The Bell House in Brooklyn, NY! David, Tig and Kyle hilariously interact with some old friends who serendipitously reunited in the audience at the show before engaging in an incredibly memorable acapella rendition of an A-Ha classic. After spending way too much time talking about gonorrhea, the gang welcomes Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Charles Duhigg, author of the New York Times Bestseller "The Power of Habit", to talk about all things related to habits and play a rather scathing round of What's Nuts? Charles talks about the difference between good and bad habits before the Blastoff crew reveal their own personal bad habits, and eventually the audience gets in on the action and share their own vices with our expert guest. And yup, you guessed it — we also Name That Punky!
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    Episode 114 — Space Weather

    Tig, David, Kyle & Aaron welcome you back to the hatch on this week's Professor Blastoff! David showcases his ignorance to yoga techniques, Kyle discusses his facial hair and Tig shares her distaste for country music artist Aaron Tippin as well as Kyle's new look. Aaron throws in his two cents on the facial hair debate before welcoming guest expert Alysha Reinard, who calls in all the way from the University of Colorado to talk about her research on space weather. Alysha goes into great detail about her studies, how she initially got into the field and she and Kyle bond over their shared love for the Joaquin Phoenix film Space Camp.
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    Episode 112 — Yoga

    Tig, Kyle, David & Aaron make their triumphant return to the hatch on this week's Professor Blastoff! The gang all share riveting car wash stories, Tig proves to be the worst tipper in the Czech Republic and Nick Kroll's level of celebrity is discussed. Yoga instructor Rocky Heron stops by to talk about the inner workings of the meditative arts and teach everyone a thing or two about spirituality as David asks as many questions about tantric sex as humanly possible.
  14. We are back again with another fantastic live episode of Professor Blastoff, coming to you from the beautiful Largo Theatre in Los Angeles! Kyle and Tig do their best Sklar impressions, talk about their on-tour banging and sing some very memorable duets. The gang engage in some hilarious banter and eventually turn it over to Dr. Aaron Burrell and the very handsome Jon Dore to talk about Kyle's favorite topic....MOTHER! Jon confirms his mother's existence and conducts a brief interview with her before things spiral completely out of control. Will anybody properly Name That Punky? Listen and find out!
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    Episode 247 — Half A Score

    Comedy legend and Saturday Night Fever Live star Tim Meadows makes his first visit to the podcast on this week's Comedy Bang Bang! After Tim and Scott discuss the ins and outs of laser eye surgery and the SNL writing process, musician & esteemed author Chico Davis stops by to promote his book and share some classic stories from his days in the Los Angeles music scene, including his connections to some rock 'n roll related tragedies as well as some tales from his time spent at the famed Viper Room on the Sunset Strip. Don’t forget to collect every CBB LIVE 2013 Tour episode over at the Earwolf store!
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    Episode 143.5 — TWO CHARTED 82

    Scratchy throat Howard returns along with Engineer Ramhand on this week's abbreviated TWO CHARTED! Ramhand provides a relationship update, which includes some quality piggybacking, and does some on-the-fly editing before getting into Howard's "Week that Was" chart. Howard discovers his key demographic, discusses the potential origin of his illness, details his time at the High Plains Comedy Festival and also provides a much anticipated KuKu update before calling it quits. Enjoy!
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    Episode 32 — Sir Richard In Disguise

    After a long wait, the massive craft finally arrived to trade off clones of women that had been struck by the crawlers. Our heroes struck the plan to have Mildred sneak on the ship in place of her clone along with Sir Richard in disguise and find out what the Collectors are really up to. Will they be able to use their stealth to their advantage or fail by the dreaded botch? Tune in to find out!
  18. Jake compiles his favorite moments from the first year of the show on this week's Best Of edition of THE FOGELNEST FILES! Fantastic moments like Megan Amram's Rosie O'Donnel story, Jen Kirkman's breakdown of Royce & Marilyn, Cheech & Chong explaining the origin of "Dave's Not Here", an appearance from a certain squirrel and many, many more are highlighted. Head on over to youtube.com/TheFogelnestFiles to watch all the clips from this week’s episode.
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    Episode 143 — Normies

    Fan favorite Kumail Nanjiani makes his triumphant return to WhochVille after a whopping 142 episodes and the lovely Natasha Leggero fills in for Iced Boba on this week's extra mega super special WHO CHARTED! Howard nobly hosts the show with a scratchy throat, which doesn't get in the way of his interview magic as Kumail and Natasha reveal Hollywood secrets like Reggie Watts' affection for a certain substance & also figure out exactly which TNT series Kumail actually stars in. Things gets personal as everyone details the mechanics of their respective families before diving into the music & movies charts, where Kumail confirms the accuracy of Howard's sentiment in the movies chart theme song.
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    Episode 139 — Boring Kanye West

    The lovely April Richardson fills in for Kulap to help count down the charts with Howard and Earwolf's own Matt Besser on this week's very special Who Charted! The songs of the summah are discussed, including a breakdown of the potentially "rape-y" Blurred Lines, before we count down the most dominant summah songs of all time. After counting down the top summah movie opening weekends, Matt Besser reveals details of his hilarious experience teaching Kanye West the art of improv comedy and being a guest in his lavish, mural-stained home. Before signing off, we take some listener questions from Twitter.
  21. Scott Aukerman, Christian Finnegan & Emily Heller join Jake live from UCB-LA on this week's Fogelnest Files! Ice Cube's guide to Los Angeles is highlighted, as are a couple of strange videos that include some (potential Australian) boys "being mental" and covering Devo. An amazing video uploaded by Dazed and Confused's Wiley Wiggins is also discussed. You can find all the clips featured on the show by visiting Jake's YouTube channel.
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    Episode 132 — Teaching

    Can't stop listening to this episode...all Kyle's "teach" jokes are unreal
  23. The hot streak continues as Seth Morris, Mookie Blaiklock & Will McLaughlin join Matt Besser on this week's improv4humans! They’ll talk about weird things they've done with family pets, which scary movies freaked them out in their youth and debate the existence of college steam tunnels. After taking some suggestions from Twitter, they get to some particularly hilariously Crap on YouTube that leads to some great material regarding deer crossings. Be sure to pick up an improv4humans shirt from the Earwolf Store and follow @MattBesser on Twitter to send in your improv suggestions. Music by Bobby Matthews and Dragoon. You can also now get Matt Besser’s new comedy album “Woo Pig Sooie: Comedy for Atheists” at mattbesser.com and Dragoon’s new album “This Galaxy Is But A Nursery” at dragoongalaxy.bandcamp.com!
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    Episode 6 — Origin Stories

    On today’s episode of Cracked, Jack and Michael invite some fellow Cracked contributors to dissect their favorite real world origin stories. Topics discussed include everything from the QWERTY keyboard, Wikipedia and ketchup to planned parenthood, the concept of summer and the Holocaust.
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    Episode 44 — Limp Butt

    After boarding the detached tower escape vessel, the gang is back in the tower and Sir Richard has a spectacular roll. Things get weird fast as death by horse sex is mentioned almost immediately. Will the cliffhanger ever be addressed? You’ll have to tune in to find out!
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