Scott Aukerman as Himself - Host

Episodes 110

Comic Zach Galifianakis discusses his place in the pantheon of comic actors and talking dogs.

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Comic Amy Poehler discusses her hair and her feud with Mad Magazine.

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A film student directs a segment with guest Jon Hamm. Also: a visit from a man who eats bicycles.

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Michael Cera registers his regret about missing out on his dream role.

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Host Scott Aukerman interviews Seth Rogen about his recent vacation. Scott uses his psychic powers to listen in on people's most private thoughts. The world's top child bird caller visits and performs. Bandleader Reggie Watts interrupts the show to paint a portrait of Scott. Scott leads everyone in the game "What's Their Ailment?"

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Host Scott Aukerman welcomes guest Paul Rudd, and discovers they both have a love of mime. The inventor of the adorable Crowpoke robot attempts to repair it when it breaks down. Huell Howser becomes fascinated by Scott, bandleader Reggie Watts, and everything else. A man who should be dead tells the harrowing tale of how he lost his arm. Scott leads his guests in the game "Ring it or Ding It".

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Host Scott Aukerman invites guest Ed Helms to display his banjo prowess and make animal noises. Bob Ducca stops by to complain about his ailments. Bandleader Reggie Watts notices that the studio floor is covered with rat traps. All enjoy an energetic performance by the infamous daredevil Level Knevel. Scott hosts the game "Where Are They Going?"

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July 27, 2012

When his guest Elizabeth Banks says the word of the day, host Scott Aukerman is forced to take action. While Scott nervously interviews a famous critic who is reviewing the show, a teamster interrupts to invite bandleader Reggie Watts and Scott on a "mind vacation". Smooth Jazz legend Barry R drops in to perform. Scott hosts a round of his game "What Do These Initials Stand For?"

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Host Scott Aukerman welcomes television star Adam Scott to discuss his workout regimen, but they are interrupted by a surprise visit from a Magic Window. Andrew Lloyd Webber stops by to promote his latest theater project. Bandleader Reggie Watts has his feelings hurt and abandons the show in search of a better life. Scott hosts his guests in a round of his popular game, "What Are They Eating?"

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August 10, 2012

Host Scott Aukerman welcomes guest "Weird Al" Yankovic, who smashes all musical conventions. Tenacious D stops by to play a new song. Scott and bandleader Reggie Watts use their new greenscreen technology, with disastrous results.The Potato Chip Woman visits to share the highlights of her incredible collection. Also, Reggie makes Scott a sandwich.

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Scott welcomes comedian Andy Samberg to the couch to discuss how to pick up girls and stay out of the doctor’s office. Later, renowned psychic Tan Fu (Jordan Peele) stops by, Reggie Watts enters a cybernetic computer world and Scott's rewarded for his unintentional appetite for prunes.

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July 19, 2013

Scott's sick! An elite team is dispatched inside his body (Chris Meloni, Echo Kellum, Kulap Vilaysack) to fix him while he interviews Aziz Ansari and craft services coordinator Fabrice Fabrice (Nick Kroll). Scott teaches us an important lesson about bathroom hygiene and gets a little too friendly with Aziz and his bodyguard (Cedric Yarborough).

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Host Scott Aukerman and musical cohort, Reggie Watts with guest stars Anna Kendrick and Ben Schwartz. Anna Kendrick time travels, Scott and Reggie preview their new movie, and the studio takes on a tropical twist when a Bahama Mama Maker is purchased. Plus: Are Scott and Reggie ready for parenthood?

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A Deputy Marshall’s (Bob Odenkirk) unexpected visit to the set puts a pin in Scott’s interview with guest David Cross. Later, a politician (Will Forte) stops by to set the record straight while an unlikely narrator chronicles all of this week's misadventures.

Special Guests: Tim Meadows and “Weird Al” Yankovic.

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Scott welcomes actress Zoe Saldana to the set as she discusses – err spoils – her next movie. Reggie swaps places with a cop, and director “Garry Marshall” talks about his surprising new project.

Special Guest: John Carroll Lynch.

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Actors Gillian Jacobs and Jason Mantzoukas stop by Comedy Bang! Bang! in the midst of Scott and Reggie trying to answer cliffhangers throughout the episode. Does Reggie’s new girlfriend have a secret agenda? Will Scott seek revenge over his stolen sandwich? Who’s inside the mysterious coffin on set?

Special Guests: Chris Hardwick, Adam Scott and Michaela Watkins.

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Scott invites Andy Richter to the couch along with actor Mike Hanford. Later, Scott and Reggie visit the big apple to invest their money. Finally, we find out who stole Reggie’s bike.

Special Guest: Michael Ian Black.

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Scott gets tongue-tied during his interview with Sarah Silverman. The world’s fastest talker goes for the record. Scott reveals his secrets to getting camera ready. Plus: Is Little Ladder’s life in jeopardy? Special Guests: Adam DeVine and Joe Lo Truglio.

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Bill Hader stops by the set to chat with Scott. America's new favorite game show, SPIN 2 WIN, interrupts Comedy Bang! Bang! and Reggie joins via satellite from his extracurricular activity, chasing storms. Plus: watch what happens when Reggie eats a cheese puff.

Special Guest: Jimmy Pardo and Bobby Moynihan.

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Inspired by “I Dreamed A Dream,” Casey Wilson sings her heart out during this week’s musical extravaganza episode. We find out who lives below the studio and learn a valuable lesson about the importance of talking.

Special Guest: Thomas Lennon and Paul F. Tomkins.

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Rainn Wilson joins Scott on the couch as Reggie discovers his new super power. Scott makes healthy dieting decisions and viewers vote on three adorable options for a new piece of taxidermy.

Special Guest: Andy Daly

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October 25, 2013

Pee-wee Herman casts spells and saves Scott's life for Halloween; Reggie has a surprise costume of his own; Scott finds a killer from his past; Reggie Watts; Pee-wee Herman.

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Jessica Alba drops by and meets some very interesting characters, including a visit from The King of Cards. Scott travels the country helping women with their sweater woes.

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Guest Rashida Jones learns how to stay relaxed while monster truck driver Darryl Drummond announces his retirement. Plus, Scott helps a scorned spouse get closure.

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Scott and Reggie welcome guest Jim Gaffigan to the show. Scott's slacker friend takes up residence on the set and everyone's favorite novelty furniture is back: Billy Big Mouth Bass!

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When Scott runs late for work, Reggie and guest Andy Dick explore the endless possibilities that one missed bus can make. A mysterious stranger has dire advice for Scott and his mechanic reveals the best location for underground comedy.

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Guest star Clark Gregg does a show-and-tell with props from his movies and Scott issues a warning to some badly behaved celebrities. We also find out about a controversial new holiday for naughty little boys.

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Jason Schwartzman stops by the set for bring your kid to work day and helps Scott find the answer to one of this season’s most pressing questions. Scott takes a chance on a basketball career and we meet the world's worst boyfriend.

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In this special lost episode, we visit the show’s origins with guest Cobie Smulders. Also, a very charming magician drops by the set.

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December 20, 2013

Zach Galifianakis joins Scott on the couch for a very special holiday moment. Scott learns an important lesson about the meaning of Christmas when the bonuses get lost. Plus, we find out about Grumplegus the elf and finally meet Scott's mom.

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Patton Oswalt and Scott compete for the same acting role, while a turtle expert is going through an emotional breakdown. We find out Reggie’s real name and witness what unsuspecting bystanders do with an unprotected laptop.

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Craig Robinson has a question on his mind; Reggie is taken up to space to battle an alien race; Scott helps renovate homes; a comedy team hides a deadly secret.

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An inspector narrows down the suspects of a murder that occurred in the studio; Jenna Fischer shares a clip from her appearance on the British version of "Comedy Bang! Bang!"

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Fred Armisen and Scott are up for the same late night talk show hosting job; Reggie's ultimate fantasy is revealed.

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A flash forward to the final episode; Zach Galifianakis makes his first appearance since his big accident; characters from past seasons come back to say goodbye; ongoing storylines get resolved; a surprise wedding.

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A major disaster forces Scott and Reggie to conserve air in hopes of a last-minute rescue; Nick Offerman transfixes Scott with his mustache; a mysterious woman gives tips on how to be a friendly neighbor.

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Scott and Reggie share their favorite moments from the show; Lizzy Caplan has an important question on her mind; a seedy photographer describes his process; Scott might be getting Catfished.

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"Comedy Bang! Bang!" gets a new boss; Tony Hawk gives crew members some advice; a personal tragedy in Scott's life.

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"Comedy Bang! Bang!" gets a talk show makeover; Reggie's favorite baseball team; Alison Brie reveals the secrets of her acting process; a German film director discusses his plans to make another film.

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The discovery that Reggie's dad had a shot at the big-time; Scott goes back to the 1960's to try and change history; Josh Groban gives Scott some constructive criticism; a plate-spinning novelty act is hiding a game-changing secret.

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Ellie Kemper is the guest of Scott's dreams but he may blow his chance; feeling altruistic, Scott fixes a neglected school; Jesse Ventura has an important announcement.

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Activist Victor Ramos shamelessly plugs some community program he's heading; Steven Yeun shares his preparations for the inevitable zombie apocalypse; plus, there is compiled footage of Reggie's entire life.

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October 31, 2014

Wayne Coyne of Flaming Lips fame joins Scott as they are visited by the show's accountant, a creepy couple and the scariest of all: the ghost of Scott's former career.

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Scott debuts a new character; what's new with Reggie.

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The new "Comedy Bang! Bang!" secretary; Reggie stars in a new commercial; a visit from the aspiring Honorary Mayor of Hollywood.

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Amber Tamblyn helps celebrate Thanksgiving; Reggie invites some of his favorite comics over for dinner; an orphan returns.

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Kevin Smith helps Scott celebrate his birthday; Reggie tries to create a special episode for Scott; a college student with an attitude.

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A goodbye to a cast member; a poet stops by to share his latest works.

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Scott tries to pull off the perfect episode with a scientist's invention.

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People take drastic measures to get the hottest holiday toy; The Lonely Island provides Christmas spirit.

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Ty Burrell shows Scott what the world looks like through his eyes, and craft services coordinator Fabrice Fabrice (Nick Kroll) performs spoken word poetry. Meanwhile, Scott premieres a clip of his exciting new detective drama.

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Maya Rudolph plays "Skirmish of the Sexes," and down on her luck businesswoman Claire Coulter (Maria Bamford) tries a new sales pitch. Also, Undercover Agent Aukerman has gone undercover to apprehend notorious bank robber, Reggie Watts.

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Rapper Schoolboy Q lets us know what it’s like to be "Man of the Year," and Aaron Neville (Horatio Sanz) explains his anti-violence campaign. Reggie is caught in a war between two musical groups vying for his attention.

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After one too many pranks, Scott and Reggie are forced to switch show themes with the sports talk show hosts next door. Eddie George reveals the secret behind his greatest plays, and NFL Commissioner Wendell Gazell explains the changes he's making to the game.

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Simon Helberg has to prove he’s not an android. Scott and Reggie get whipped into shape by a cruel drill sergeant and are tasked with a dangerous mission of their own.

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In this Valentine’s Day Special, Scott must help Reggie land the girl of his dreams. Scott has a shoot-out with guest Mark Duplass, and etiquette expert Miss Polite dispenses advice

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Rapper Kid Cudi drops by to give Scott a lesson in the art of the prank phone call, and 6-year-old film critic Aiden Tomasetto shares his favorite movies. Reggie tries to mend his broken heart as a contestant on Scott’s new dating show.

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Jesse Tyler Ferguson explains the great chemistry behind "Modern Family," and cyborg rights activist Nelz Hebber has some ideas for the future. Meanwhile, Scott tries to balance his family life with his career as a talk show host.

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Dax Shepard demonstrates the difference between comedic and dramatic acting, and professional gift guesser Bertram Jollymore shows off his talents on the couch. Meanwhile, to deal with rising rent costs, Scott and Reggie find a new roommate.

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It’s a drowsy day in the studio as the cast and crew keep dozing off. Reggie dreams of making music with Tears for Fears. Will Scott find the key to keeping everyone awake?

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Scott discovers he has feelings for his producer; Joseph Gordon-Levitt recruits Reggie for his production company; and a shock jock dishes truths about Taco Tuesday.

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Scott and Reggie try to spend their stunt budget leading to the most action-packed episode ever. Jack Black decides whether to play a famous song on the show. Vigilante J.W. Stillwater talks fan boats, gators and justice.

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Joel McHale talks about his unusual birth; a Hollywood actor discusses his recent firing; Scott's new machine is running the show; Scott receives a warning from the future.

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Rapper Lil Jon shares his retirement plans and spokesperson Shandy Williams gives Scott a gift from her new hair extension line. Meanwhile, the Quizzler is running loose in the studio and it's up to Scott and Reggie to solve his quizzles!

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A physicist takes Scott, Reggie, and the crew aboard his spaceship, but danger soon arises; Scott wants to be able to interview Colin Hanks and celebrity stylist Trey Booth but the perils of space may get to them first.

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Scott is in danger of losing his job if he can't pass his big test, so he enlists a tutor for help. Meanwhile, Skylar Astin reveals his real age and Easy Listening DJ Forsythia reads dedications from her listeners.

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Michael Sheen teaches Scott about the birds and the bees, and entertainer Victor Diamond explains his various medical conditions. Meanwhile, Scott receives accolades for saving Wonky Cat, the world's weirdest cat.

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Scott's secret identity is at risk when his friends win the Comedy Bang! Bang! "Interview a Fan" contest. Meanwhile, Thomas Middleditch proves he's an expert at accent work, and shaman Harmony Moonglass leads the group in a guided mediation.

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Karen Gillan spills movie secrets, and small business owner George Groiny Melendez reveals his less than savory profession. Meanwhile, Scott is torn between his new writers and the comedy of yesteryear.

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Scott receives a visit from a reporter writing about the fate of Reggie Watts. Scott remembers their last episode together, with guest Judd Apatow and a special appearance from Scott's daughters.

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When Scott is assigned Kid Cudi as his new partner, the two of them must settle their differences and learn to work together. Michael Cera shows off his business cards, and German pretzel maker August Lindt shares his odd recommendations for vacation destinations.

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When a wizard appears on-set, Scott agrees to help save his realm if they can perform in a magic show together. James Marsden acts with a real rabbit and discusses his good looks, and Mr. Celebrity shares Hollywood gossip. Scott and Cudi preview their new zombie movie.

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The Comedy Bang! Bang! crew takes off for summer vacation, leaving Scott and Kid Cudi to finish the season with a ragtag crew of misfits. Meanwhile, Brie Larson plays "What’s In Her Bag?" and orphan boy Fourvel gives tips to stay out of the summer heat.

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Scott fires security guard Zeke and hires someone new to protect the show's belongings. Carly Rae Jepsen premieres a new song, and amusement park owner Tim Duncan explains his scariest ride, the "Samurai Scream."

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Scott and Kid Cudi try to catch a rat in the studio before their annual health inspection. Meanwhile, Mary Elizabeth Winstead celebrates her birthday, and inventor Ahmad Rashad al-Zarqawi shows us his new gadget.

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Tom Lennon demonstrates how very messy he can get, while Scott's editors go on strike, so he shoots the show in one take to air as is. Also, a Broadway director spotlights songs from his hit show.

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Scott makes a deal with the devil to land Ken Marino as a guest. A singer from Iceland performs her country's new national anthem.

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Scott wants to wear an unconventional hat to accept his Lifetime Achievement Award, and the staff doesn’t have the heart to argue. Meanwhile, Randall Park plays “Title These Tunes” and Richard Bunn shows how he has written 140 novels with his “Bunn Process."

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Scott’s personal possessions come to life and go on an epic adventure to reunite with him. Meanwhile, A$AP Rocky visits and shows off his awards, and Scott debuts the trailer to his new sports movie.

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Comedy Bang! Bang! tries to appeal to a female audience by hiring three co-hosts, but Cudi suspects something's not right. Weird Al plays a game of "Celebrity Weird Al Do's" while Cudi enlists the help of paranormal professionals.

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Uzo Aduba shows off her stand-up and concerned citizen Tim Landers (Thomas Middleditch) explains his plan to get back at some pesky neighborhood kids. Meanwhile, future Scott and future Cudi take a time machine back to the present to save comedy from total destruction.

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Judy Greer shows off her universal audition; the gang looks forward to an appearance by Tom Hanks; Kid Cudi is revealed to be a former hockey star and his rival shows up at the "Comedy Bang! Bang!" studio to challenge him to a rematch.

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Created, written by and starring Scott Aukerman (co-creator/director/producer, Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis; writer/performer, Mr. Show) and based on Scott's popular podcast of the same name, Comedy Bang! Bang! infuses celebrity appearances and comedy sketches with a tinge of the surreal. In each episode, Aukerman engages his guests with unfiltered and improvisational lines of questioning, punctuated by banter and beats provided by his bandleader, one-man musical mastermind Reggie Watts (Conan). Packed with character cameos, filmic shorts, sketches and games set amongst an off-beat world, Comedy Bang! Bang! delivers thirty minutes of absurd laugh-loaded fun. The series features some of the biggest names in comedy, including Zach Galifianakis (The Hangover), Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation), Tenacious D (Jack Black & Kyle Gass) and "Weird Al" Yankovic. Other guests include Will Arnett (Up All Night), David Cross (Arrested Development), Will Forte (SNL), Topher Grace (Valentine's Day, Spiderman 3), Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite), Gillian Jacobs (Community), Nick Kroll (The League), Thomas Lennon (Reno 911!), Bob Odenkirk (Breaking Bad), Chris Parnell (Archer), Paul F. Tompkins (Mr. Show with Bob and David) and so many more.

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Robert Kirkman discusses his greatest fears; actor Martin Thomas Newton talks about his new biopic; Scott and his crew get very spooky for Halloween as the "Comedy Bang! Bang!" set turns into a haunted house and gets some odd visitors.

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David Krumholtz reviews Scott's hosting abilities; Arthur Steinborn teaches everyone his memory technique; Scott and Cudi are visited by an avant-garde painter who wants to give the show a more artistic spin.

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Michelle Monaghan shows off her hog-wrestling skills; Alan Thicke performs personalized theme songs; after Scott suddenly gets rich, he's visited by his long-lost brother Billy.

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Jake Johnson shares dating tips; Scott debuts his new game show; the "Comedy Bang! Bang!" studio is flipped upside down and the gang must do the show hanging from the ceiling.

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Adam Pally discusses his plans for the holidays; Scott premieres his new dating show; Kid Cudi introduces his new character who becomes an instant celebrity.

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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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The crew tries to celebrate Christmas but global warming has turned the set into a beach; Josh Groban performs; Scott falls in love.

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In the Season 5 premiere, Weird Al Yankovic signs on as band leader and guest Kevin Bacon leads a tour of Kevin Town. Also, a leprechaun hassles Scott.

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The Lonely Island shows off their new merchandise; Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland discuss their upcoming Broadway show.

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Tony Hale throws out the ceremonial first pitch, while Scott pranks the crew. Also, a preview of Scott's offbeat new game show, "You Made Your Bed, Now Lie in It."

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Tegan and Sara riff on their songwriting process, while Scott suspects there's something odd about the new intern. Also, the audience receives acting tips from a surprise guest.

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T-Pain, Scott and Weird Al collaborate on a song; and Melvin Alberts talks about being abducted by aliens. Later, Scott's scientific breakthrough allows him to get more stuff done; and Weird Al previews his new foodie-TV show.

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Aubrey Plaza attempts to seduce Scott; and later, a stranger transports Scott and Weird Al to a different era in time. Also, an intrepid adventurer regales all with his sexual exploits.

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Joe Jonas demonstrates his unusual cellphone replacement; Scott arranges a memorial service for an old friend; Maxwell Keeper discusses his workplace; and a sneak peek at Scott's movie.

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Nathan Fielder makes and appearance; Scott and "Weird Al" try their best to freak out Nathan Fielder.

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Kristen Schaal shows off her real voice; Paul Rust debuts his New No Nos.

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Zach Galifianakis, "Weird Al" and the Comedy Bang! Bang! crew look back at at their favorite memories of Scott.

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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.

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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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November 4, 2016

When Scott leaves the show for a new opportunity, Jason Mantzoukas takes over as special substitute host and his first guest ends up being Scott; legendary soul singer Donny Gary.

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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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Weird Al and the gang cope with an untimely death of a friend; Allison Janney stops by the Comedy Bang! Bang! set to chat and play an exciting game.

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Scott's estranged family visits; Ben Folds discusses his new start-up business; Weird Al shows his new sports documentary; world-traveler Martin Moreland visits.

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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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Scott is excited to spend Thanksgiving celebrating with the Comedy Bang! Bang! crew, but a group of outsiders could disrupt his plans; Mike Colter discloses a shocking revelation; teacher Joe Bongo discusses his extra-curricular activities.

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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.

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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.

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Global

s focus the search bar
p open profile menu
esc close an open window
? open keyboard shortcut window

On media pages

b go back (or to parent when applicable)
e go to edit page

On TV season pages

(right arrow) go to next season
(left arrow) go to previous season

On TV episode pages

(right arrow) go to next episode
(left arrow) go to previous episode

On all image pages

a open add image window

On all edit pages

t open translation selector
ctrl+ s submit form

On discussion pages

n create new discussion
w toggle watching status
p toggle public/private
c toggle close/open
a open activity
r reply to discussion
l go to last reply
ctrl+ enter submit your message
(right arrow) next page
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