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Upon first look, "Comedy Bang! Bang!" is like any late-night talk show... until the guests sit down and the interviews commence. Then it veers off in all sorts of directions, most of which include unfiltered and improvised dialogue. The show is based on host Scott Aukerman's popular podcast of the same name (and most certainly influenced by the Internet mock-talk show "Between Two Ferns With Zach Galifianakis," which Aukerman produced and directed). In each episode, Aukerman reinvents the traditional celebrity interview by engaging his guests in ad-libbed banter, all of which is punctuated by beats from "bandleader" Reggie Watts or, in later episodes, "Weird Al" Yankovic.

Latest episodes

aired 428 days ago
Scott receives some disturbing news that may mean the end of "Comedy Bang! Bang!" forever, but before the end, old chums Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber and Fabrice Fabrice stop by to wish the gang goodbye.
aired 429 days ago
Scott and Weird Al throw a party that gets a little out of control; Krysten Ritter plays her favorite party game; author Gail Summercat gives tips to women in the workplace.
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The studio prepares for a calm Halloween, but unbeknownst to Scott and the crew, they are being haunted by a ghoulish spirit; Gillian Jacobs gets a free cocktail; Scott shows off his latest film role.
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The crew is visited by some American heroes to try to bring the country back to its moral foundations; Kaley Cuoco finalizes her will; lifestyle coach Karen helps Scott style his inside.
aired 430 days ago
Zach Galifianakis, "Weird Al" and the "Comedy Bang! Bang!" crew look back at at their favorite memories of Scott.
aired 430 days ago
Kristen Schaal shows off her real voice; Paul Rust debuts his New No Nos.
aired 430 days ago
Nathan Fielder makes an appearance; Scott and "Weird Al" try their best to freak out Nathan Fielder.
aired 430 days ago
Joe Jonas' odd replacement for a cell phone; Maxwell Keeper talks about where he works; a peek at Scott's new movie.
aired 430 days ago
Aubrey Plaza flirts with Scott; "Weird Al" and Scott are transported to a different time period by a mysterious stranger.
aired 430 days ago
T-Pain, Scott and "Weird Al" write a new song; Melvin Alberts talks about his alien abduction; Scott's scientific breakthrough.
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Tegan and Sara discuss their songwriting process; Scott thinks there is something a little strange about the new intern, Raymond.
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Tony Hale visits; Scott forgets the meaning of friendship when he plays a prank on the "Comedy Bang! Bang!" crew.
aired 433 days ago
The Lonely Island shows off their new merchandise; Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland discuss their upcoming Broadway show.
aired 434 days ago
"Weird Al" Yankovic joins the "Comedy Bang! Bang!" team; Kevin Bacon talks about city planning.
aired 739 days ago
Kathryn Hahn swears up a storm; John Lennon comes back from the dead; Scott teaches the skills needed to host a talk show.
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Eddie George reveals the secret behind his greatest plays; NFL Commissioner Wendell Gazell explains the changes he's making to the game.
aired 745 days ago
Reggie Watts returns to the show just in time to try to prevent a disaster; Weird Al has a surprising announcement; Adam Scott tries to give Scott some assistance.
aired 754 days ago
Eddie George reveals the secret behind his greatest plays; NFL Commissioner Wendell Gazell explains the changes he's making to the game.
aired 761 days ago
Ty Burrell shows Scott what the world looks like through his eyes; craft services coordinator Fabrice Fabrice performs spoken word poetry.
aired 765 days ago
Scott is excited to spend Thanksgiving celebrating with the "Comedy Bang! Bang!" crew, but will a group of outsiders could disrupt his plans; Mike Colter discloses a shocking revelation; teacher Joe Bongo discusses his extra-curricular activities.
aired 773 days ago
Malin Akerman reveals all her deep dark secrets; Slow Joey tries to juggle his new business venture with falling in love.

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