Comedy Bang! Bang! is a television series created and hosted by Scott Aukerman that airs weekly on IFC. The show is a spin-off of his successful podcast Comedy Bang! Bang! which airs on the Earwolf network. Like the podcast, the series features outlandish and farcical humor, often delivered in a deadpan manner. The show stars Scott Aukerman playing a fictional version of himself. The following is a complete list of Comedy Bang! Bang! episodes.

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  • Comedy Bang! Bang! is a television series created and hosted by Scott Aukerman that airs weekly on IFC. The show is a spin-off of his successful podcast Comedy Bang! Bang! which airs on the Earwolf network. Like the podcast, the series features outlandish and farcical humor, often delivered in a deadpan manner. The show stars Scott Aukerman playing a fictional version of himself. The following is a complete list of Comedy Bang! Bang! episodes. (en)
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  • Scott welcomes guests Santa Claus and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aukerman for the holiday themed season finale.
  • Ty Burrell shows Scott what the world looks like through his eyes; craft services coordinator Fabrice Fabrice performs spoken word poetry.
  • Uzo Aduba's comic skills are on display; concerned citizen Tim Landers describes his plan to get back at some kids; Scott and Cudi from the future take a time machine back to the present to prevent the total destruction of comedy.
  • Joel McHale talks about his unusual birth and a Hollywood actor dishes on his recent firing. Meanwhile, the show is being run by Scott's new machine, the Comedy Touch Touch 1000. Will a warning from the future be enough to help Scott save the show, or will machines take over forever?
  • Scott welcomes guest Pee Wee Herman for the Halloween episode.
  • Scott welcomes guests Elizabeth Banks, television critic Gordon Thatchet , and saxophonist Barry R. . Also Lil' Gary and Scott's dad visit the studio.
  • Joe Jonas shows off his odd replacement for a cell phone, while Scott hosts a memorial for his old friend. Maxwell Keeper talks about where he works, and we get a sneak peek of Scott's new movie.
  • Scott welcomes guests Fred Armisen and anti-drug spokesman Robert DeBiro . Scott and Fred Armisen are in the running to take over a network late-night talk show.
  • Scott welcomes guests Jenna Fischer and horse-fighting promoters The Calvins Twins . The suspects of a murder that occurred in the studio are narrowed down; Jenna Fischer shows a clip from her appearance on the UK version of Comedy Bang! Bang!
  • 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.
  • When the hottest holiday toy is in short supply, people go to drastic measures. Luckily, The Lonely Island are here to get everyone in the Christmas spirit.
  • Scott welcomes guests Anna Kendrick and celebrity publicist, Rodney Wayber . The studio takes on a tropical twist when Reggie purchases a Bahama Mama Maker.
  • Jake Johnson shares some dating advice and Scott presents his new game show. The studio is flipped upside down, and the gang must do the show hanging from the ceiling.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Scott welcomes guests Gillian Jacobs and vampire chef Emeril Lugosi . Reggie's new girlfriend, Amber visits the studio and tries to murder him.
  • The cast and crew are very sleepy; Zach Galifianakis takes a nap on the couch; Reggie has a dream of making music with Tears for Fears; Scott tries to keep everyone awake.
  • Kristen Schaal uses her real voice; Paul Rust presents his New No-Nos. It's time for "Weird Al" Yankovic's birthday, but one member of his family isn't very happy about it.
  • Chris Hardwick joins Scott and meets the new Comedy Bang! Bang! secretary who is working her way up the ranks. Reggie stars in a brand new commercial and there's a visit from the aspiring Honorary Mayor of Hollywood.
  • Kathryn Hahn arrives and swears like a sailor. John Lennon comes back from the dead and Scott teaches the skills needed to host a talk show.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Scott welcomes guests Clark Gregg and attorney Cody Gossman makes his case for a national holiday for bad little boys and is confronted by his nemesis from the coalition for good little boys, Quinn Abernathy ; Scott offers a troubled celebrity a reality check; Reggie looks for love.
  • Scott welcomes guests Patton Oswalt and turtle expert Susan Armhold . Scott is arrested for accidentally opening Reggie's mail; unsuspecting bystanders are observed when confronted with an unprotected laptop.
  • Maya Rudolph plays "Skirmish of the Sexes," and down on her luck businesswoman Claire Coulter tries a new sales pitch. Also, Undercover Agent Aukerman has gone undercover to apprehend notorious bank robber, Reggie Watts.
  • Tony Hale throws out the first Comedy Bang! Bang! pitch. Scott forgets the meaning of friendship when he decides to play mean pranks on his crew. Plus, a preview for Scott's new game show You Made Your Bed, Now Lie In It.
  • 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.
  • The Lonely Island present their new merchandise, while Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland discuss their upcoming Broadway show.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Adam Pally discusses his holiday plans, and Scott premieres his new dating show. Kid Cudi introduces his newest character, who becomes an instant celebrity.
  • Scott welcomes guests "Weird Al" Yankovic, chef Bellini Pastafangu , and the woman with the world's largest collection of potato chips that look like celebrities Meryl Hmm . Also a musical performance by Tenacious D .
  • The episode is dedicated to Carl Langer, a crew member who died during the filming of the episode . Reggie and Scott describe the strange dreams they had about each other. Scott and Amy Poehler discuss her behavioral issues and the MAD Magazine parody of Parks and Recreation. Don Dimello stops by to discuss his upcoming production of Pinocchio. Scott goes to pick up his dry cleaning while Mr. Doublebutt fills in as substitute host. Reggie premieres the trailer for his film "A Womb of One's Own," in which he plays an inattentive father who wishes he had never been born and then finds himself back in his mother's womb. The guests play a round of "What's the Song Title?" As the credits play, we find out how Carl died during filming.
  • Scott welcomes guests Josh Groban and plate-spinning hypnotist Marty Sheesh for the 1960's set mid-season finale; Reggie discovers that his dad had a chance at the big-time.
  • Scott realizes his true feelings for his producer; Joseph Gordon-Levitt gives Reggie a reason to join his collaborative production company; shock jock Ronnie "Brew Dude'' Haynes gives the true definition of Taco Tuesday.
  • Michelle Monaghan shows off her hog-wrestling skills, while Alan Thicke performs personalized theme songs for everyone. When Scott suddenly gets rich, he's visited by his long-lost brother Billy.
  • 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."
  • Reggie shares the song he wrote for Scott. Guy Benoit recommends wine throughout the show. Scott plays a game called "Tsk Tsk, Attaboy!" in which people on the street are presented with different scenarios to see how they react. Scott and Zach Galifianakis discuss their favorite ways to laugh. Zach imagines what it would be like if dogs could talk. Danny Mahoney stops by to promote his new business in which he comes to your party and acts as the "life of the party." Scott feeds his parking meter. Chet Barnsider describes how he landed a plane on a mall. The guests play a round of "What's in the Box?"
  • Dane Cook sits on the couch next to the cast from one of the most critically acclaimed television series ever. Scott debuts a brand-new character and we see what Reggie is up to when he's not on Comedy Bang! Bang!
  • Scott welcomes guests Rainn Wilson and cowboy poet Dalton Wilcox . Scott holds a "New Friend Contest" and gives healthy eating tips; Reggie gains super-powers.
  • 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.
  • Scott welcomes guests Adam Scott, Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber , and animal expert Phil Gorsley . Scott asks his celebrity friends for advice.
  • Scott welcomes guests Zach Galifianakis and his parents for the "finale episode" of Comedy Bang! Bang!. Characters from past seasons stop by to say goodbye; and a surprise wedding.
  • Scott has a shot with his dream guest actress Ellie Kemper, but will he blow his chance to make a good impression? Jesse Ventura has an important announcement and Scott fixes up a neglected school out of the kindness of his heart.
  • 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.
  • The Walking Dead's Steven Yeun reveals how he'd prepare for a real zombie apocalypse. A community activist stops by to talk about his outreach programs. Plus, Scott finds out a documentarian has been filming Reggie's entire life.
  • Scott and Reggie check the "watermelon cam," showing the aftermath of throwing watermelons off of the roof. Scott tries to surprise a fan with a home visit but when she's not home he tries to find her in the style of Law and Order. Michael Cera sit downs for an interview where he discusses his birth and the upcoming Angry Birds movie. Scott dies from a caffeine overdose and goes to Hell. Sir Couchly complains about his job. Cake Boss stops by and describes how he was bitten by a cake bug and was given the gift of second sight. Reggie is upset by the amount of product placement in the show. Kid scientist Arlo Nadon demonstrates a chemical reaction. The guests play a round of "Which Came First?" Scott plays a highlight reel from the show and Michael Cera meets his demise.
  • Scott welcomes guests Alison Brie and German film director Werner Herzog . Scott gets a lesson on running a show when "Talk Show Rescue" host Giles Duggard barges into the studio; Reggie's favorite baseball team is profiled.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Scott welcomes guests Lizzy Caplan and celebrity photographer Jerry Donovan in the special "clip show" episode where Scott and Reggie share their favorite moments from the show; Scott might be getting catfished when he meets a man who claims to be Paul McCartney.
  • It's Christmas, but global warming has turned the Comedy Bang! Bang! set into a beach. Josh Groban shows off his singing skills, and Scott falls in love.
  • 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.
  • 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."
  • Scott welcomes guests Tony Hawk and celebrity publicist Rodney Wayber . Scott gets a new boss when the producer's son Leland takes over the show; Tony Hawk gives crew members some advice; Scott hits the road in search of the world's best burger, while trying to solve his wife's murder.
  • Stephen Merchant talks about his rock collection, and martial artist Dave Grigsby demonstrates his karate skills. Scott finds out something shocking about his parentage and must go through a series of challenges.
  • After a last-minute guest drop-out, Scott signs a deal with the devil to get dream guest Ken Marino on the couch. Meanwhile, a famous Icelandic singer stops in to sing her country's new national anthem. Will Lou Ceepher take Scott’s soul to Hell forever, or can Scott wish his way out of this devilish predicament?
  • Judy Greer presents her universal audition and the gang awaits an appearance by Tom Hanks. Kid Cudi is revealed to be a former hockey star, and his rival comes to the studio to challenge him to a rematch.
  • Scott welcomes guests Aziz Ansari and craft services co-ordinator Fabrice Fabrice . A team of scientists help Scott get rid of his cold.
  • Robert Kirkman discusses his greatest fears. Scott and his crew get spooky for Halloween as the Comedy Bang! Bang! set turns into a haunted house visited by some stranded strangers.
  • Scott welcomes guests Cobie Smulders and magician The Remarkable Greg for a special presentation of the "pilot episode" of Comedy Bang! Bang!
  • "Weird Al" Yankovic joins the Comedy Bang! Bang! team, while Kevin Bacon talks about city planning. When Scott finds a pot of gold, he's harassed by a mythical creature.
  • 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.
  • Scott welcomes guests Andy Samberg and renowned psychic Tan Fu . Reggie has an adventure in a cybernetic computer world.
  • Scott welcomes guests David Cross and Senatorial candidate Felix Dewhurst . The story of Comedy Bang! Bang! is narrated by the show's custodian and an overzealous marshal arrives to set up a search party when Reggie temporarily goes missing.
  • Scott welcomes guests Casey Wilson and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber for the special "musical extravaganza" mid-season finale, all written by Sir Lloyd Webber. The phantom of the Comedy Bang! Bang! studio kidnaps Casey Wilson to be a guest on his rival talk show.
  • Scott and Reggie work on spending their stunt budget which leads to an amazing show; Jack Black tries to decide what song to perform; vigilante J.W. Stillwater discusses fan boats, alligators and justice.
  • Scott welcomes guests Jim Gaffigan and shows a clip from Gaffigan's reality show. Inventor Lloyd Fleen demonstrates a revolutionary new invention; Hooch the Mooch takes up residence on the couch and everyone's favorite novelty furniture is back: Billy Big Mouth Bass; Scott reports late for work and is delivered an ultimatum.
  • Scott welcomes guests Zoe Saldana and legendary Hollywood director Garry Marshall . Reggie and a police officer switch places for the day.
  • Scott and "Weird Al" try their best to freak out Nathan Fielder. Meanwhile, ice cream makers Len & Barry ask Scott to help them come up with a Comedy Bang! Bang! flavor.
  • Scott welcomes guests Bill Hader and young orphan boy Fourvel . Reggie joins the show via satellite while chasing storms; Scott has to share the studio with America's new favorite game show "Spin 2 Win!", which tapes at the exact same time.
  • Aubrey Plaza flirts with Scott, while "Weird Al" and Scott are transported to a different time period by a mysterious stranger.
  • Scott welcomes guest Jason Schwartzman and learns how to be a better father while Comedy Bang! Bang! participates in "Take Your Kid To Work Day"; Scott takes a chance on a basketball career and meets the world's worst boyfriend, Jack Blade , who wants to date Scott's daughter.
  • Rapper Schoolboy Q lets us know what it’s like to be "Man of the Year," and Aaron Neville explains his anti-violence campaign. Reggie is caught in a war between two musical groups vying for his attention.
  • Scott welcomes guests Jessica Alba and girlscout leader Gina Guppies . Jessica Alba tries her hand at hosting a game show; Scott goes cross country to assist women with sweater problems.
  • Rapper Lil Jon discusses his retirement plans; spokesperson Shandy Williams gives Scott a gift from her new hair extension line; the Quizzler is running loose in the studio and it's up to Scott and Reggie to solve his quizzles.
  • Scott welcomes guests Sarah Silverman and the world's fastest talking man, Stan Couples . Nick the crew guy causes trouble over his preference to using "Big Ladder" and demands that Scott destroy "Lil' Ladder"; Scott gets a make-over.
  • 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.
  • Scott welcomes guests Paul Rudd, television host Huell Howser , and trauma survivor Darren Montaigne . Crowpoke, a robot crow, stops by to tell a riddle. After Crowpoke breaks down, his inventor stops by to fix him. Scott's high school crush Cindy Linderman hangs around the studio.
  • Scott welcomes guests Rashida Jones and monster truck driver Darryl Drummond ; Scott helps a scorned spouse get closure; Rashida Jones joins Scott and Reggie in a song and eats a bug; there's a bomb in the studio.
  • 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.
  • T-Pain, Scott and "Weird Al" write a new song, and Melvin Alberts discusses his alien abduction. Scott makes a scientific breakthrough.
  • Can Scott pull off the perfect episode? Scott and Reggie take advantage of a scientist's new invention to do just that, going down a rabbit hole that could change everything.
  • Scott welcomes guests Craig Robinson and reunited comedy team Ofendorf & Sorbinstein . Reggie is sent into space to battle aliens; Scott helps a couple renovate their home.
  • Scott welcomes guests Ed Helms, hypochondriac Bob Ducca , and daredevil Level Knevel . Tiny talk show host Smalley Wallace interviews Marisa Tomei from inside Scott's wall.
  • After Scott’s editors threaten to go on strike, Scott decides to do the show all in one take—no editing needed. Meanwhile, Tom Lennon shows how messy he can get and a famous Broadway director shares songs from his classic show.
  • After Scott hits his head and loses his memory, Zach Galifianakis, "Weird Al" and the Comedy Bang! Bang! crew reflect on their favorite moments with Scott.
  • In this special Halloween episode, musician Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips joins Scott on the couch where they are visited by the ghost of Scott's former career, a creepy couple and the Comedy Bang! Bang! accountant.
  • Scott answers questions from Peter the Meter Reader . Scott tries to surprise a lucky viewer by visiting them at their home, but is beaten to it by Andy Richter. Jon Hamm describes an unusual day in his life. Scott embarrasses Jon by playing a clip from early in his career. Scott directs a scene in which Jon describes how he and Scott met. Phineas MacEnchee is named Employee of the Week. Spanish radio personality El Chupacabra stops by, does some impressions, and gives his slogans for Craigslist and The View. Brett Gelman tries to help a dog beat murder charges. Francis "Mr. Bicycle" Domingo discusses his ability to eat bicycles. Scott gives his opinions on Woody Allen, The Beatles, and roller coasters in the segment "Maybe It's Just Me But For Me."
  • David Krumholtz reviews Scott's hosting skills, and Arthur Steinborn teaches the gang his memory technique. Scott and Cudi are visited by an avant-garde painter who wants to give the show a more artistic spin.
  • Scott welcomes guests Nick Offerman and Effie Villalopolus gives tips on how to be a friendly neighbor. A hidden-camera segment involving Scott sending intern Monty to pose as a hot dog vendor is derailed when an earthquake occurs in the city; Scott gets in a fight with an umpire during his "Ditch It or Pitch It" segment.
  • Rob Corddry sits down with Scott as we say goodbye to one of the most adored cast members of Comedy Bang! Bang! A poet also drops by the studio to share his latest works.
  • Tegan and Sara stop by to dish on their songwriting process, while Scott notices there's something off about the new intern Raymond. Meanwhile, an unexpected visitor gives the home audience acting tips.
  • 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.
  • Amber Tamblyn drops by the set to celebrate Thanksgiving with the gang. Reggie invites some of his favorite comedians over for dinner but gets more from his guests then he bargained for.
  • Scott welcomes guests Andy Richter and political cartoonist Tom Perdy . The show's segment producer upstages Andy Richter in his interview; the devil steals Reggie's bike.
  • It's Scott's birthday and director Kevin Smith drops by to help him celebrate. Reggie tries to pull out all the stops to make it an episode Scott will never forget. Plus, a snooty college student gives a whole new meaning to ‘charity work.'
  • Scott welcomes guest Andy Dick and deals with the inherent problems in alternate realities. Plus Scott's mechanic reveals the best location for underground comedy.
  • Scott welcomes guests Seth Rogen, bird caller Tommy Shalders , and still-life painter Eugenia Clemente . Two cameramen get into an epic fight.
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  • Kevin Bacon Wears a Blue Button Down Shirt and Brown Boots
  • Uzo Aduba Wears a White Blouse and Royal Blue Heels
  • Kristen Schaal Wears Strawberry Colored Pants and a Multicolored Shirt
  • Amber Tamblyn Wears a Leather Jacket & Black Booties
  • Tony Hale Wears a Blue Flannel Shirt and Fuchsia Sneakers
  • Schoolboy Q Wears a Patterned Bucket Hat and Glasses
  • Kaley Cuoco Wears a Black Blazer and Slip on Sneakers
  • Josh Groban Wears a Blue Blazer and Shiny Black Shoes
  • Tegan and Sara Wear Leather Jackets and Skinny Jeans
  • "Weird Al" Yankovic Wears A Hawaiian Shirt
  • Reggie Watts Wears a Purple and Yellow Quilted Sweatshirt
  • Jason Schwartzman Wears a Striped Shirt and High Top Sneakers
  • Zach Galifianakis Wears Rolled Khakis and Shoes With Brown Laces
  • "Weird Al" Yankovic Wears a Different Hawaiian Shirt
  • Stephen Merchant Wears a Checkered Shirt and Rolled Up Jeans
  • Andy Richter Wears A Suit Jacket & A Baby Blue Button Down Shirt
  • Michael Cera Wears a Yellow Collared Shirt and White Sneakers
  • Nick Offerman Wears a Green Flannel Shirt & Brown Boots
  • A$AP Rocky Wears a Black Button Up Jacket and Black Sneakers
  • Adam Scott Wears A Red Oxford Shirt & Jeans
  • Alison Brie Wears a Black Mesh Top & Mini-Skirt
  • Amy Poehler Wears A Black Jacket & Grey Pants
  • Andy Dick Wears a Black Suit Jacket & Skinny Tie
  • Andy Samberg Wears A Plaid Shirt & Glasses
  • Aziz Ansari Wears A Charcoal Blazer
  • Ben Folds Wears a Black Button Down and Jeans
  • Karen Gillan Wears A Black and White Striped Pullover and Coral Skirt
  • Dane Cook Wears a Black Blazer & Tailored Pants
  • Ed Helms Wears A Grey Shirt & Brown Boots
  • Elizabeth Banks Wears A Red Dress
  • Eric Andre Wears a Cat Collage Shirt & Sneakers
  • Fred Armisen Wears Black Jeans & Glasses
  • Gillian Jacobs Wears A Red Dress With Sail Boats
  • Jake Johnson Wears a Light Blue Button-Up Shirt and Brown Shoes
  • Jenna Fischer Wears a Floral Blouse & Black Heels
  • Jim Gaffigan Wears a Blue Jacket & Plum T-Shirt
  • Joel McHale Wears a Navy Zip-up and High Tops
  • Jon Hamm Wears A Light Blue Shirt & Silver Watch
  • Josh Groban Wears a Suit & Striped Socks
  • Judd Apatow Wears A Polo and Blue Suede Shoes
  • Judy Greer Wears a Navy Blouse and Strappy Sandals
  • Kathryn Hahn Wears Ripped Jeans and Black Heels
  • Ken Marino Wears a Slim Gray Suit and Salmon Tie
  • Kevin Smith Wears a Hockey Jersey & Jean Shorts
  • Kid Cudi Wears a Denim Shirt and Red Sneakers
  • Krysten Ritter Wears a Turtleneck and Black Boots
  • Lil Jon Wears a Baseball Cap and Sunglasses
  • Mark Duplass Wears a Striped Sweater and Jeans
  • Michael Cera Wears A Blue Denim Shirt & Red Pants
  • Mike Colter Wears a Pink Button Up and Black Boots
  • Zach Galifianakis Wears Grey Corduroys and Brown Leather Shoes
  • Patton Oswalt Wears a Black Blazer & Dress Shoes
  • Paul Rudd Wears A Red Lumberjack Flannel Shirt
  • Pee Wee Herman Wears a Halloween Costume
  • Rob Corddry Wears Tan Dress Shoes & Red Socks
  • Scott Aukerman Wears a Tailored Black Suit
  • Seth Rogen Wears A Plaid Shirt & Brown Pants
  • Steven Yeun Wears Rolled Up Black Jeans & No Socks
  • T-Pain Wears Shredded Jeans and a Printed Shirt
  • The Lonely Island Wear Dark Pants and Eyeglasses
  • Tony Hawk Wears a Plaid Shirt & Silver Watch
  • Wayne Coyne Wears a Halloween Costume
  • Zach Galifianakis Wears A Blue Jacket & Red Socks
  • Zach Galifianakis Wears a One-Armed Jacket
  • Zach Galifianakis Wears a Santa Suit
  • Zoe Saldana Wears A Tan Blouse & Glasses
  • Michelle Monaghan Wears a Burnt Orange Dress and White Heels
  • Mary Elizabeth Winstead Wears an A-Line Skirt and Pointy Black Boots
  • Lizzy Caplan Wears All Black & Powder Blue Espadrilles
  • Thomas Middleditch Wears an Enigmatic Sweatshirt and Sweatpants With Pockets
  • Chris Hardwick Wears a Black Polo & Weathered Boots
  • Nathan Fielder Wears a Blue and Grey Flannel and Jeans
  • Jessica Alba Wears a Jacket with Patent Leather Pumps
  • Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber Wears A Purple Top Hat & Fabrice Fabrice Wears One Pink Fur Leg Warmer
  • Rashida Jones Wears a Black Blazer & Flowered Pants
  • James Marsden Wears Gray Pants and Black High-Top Sneakers
  • Tom Lennon Wears Black Slacks and a Black Skinny Tie
  • Gillian Jacobs Wears a Gray Checkered Suit and a Red Bow Tie
  • Jesse Tyler Ferguson Wears a Brown Checked Shirt and Stripey Socks
  • Skylar Astin Wears Blue Jeans and Weathered Brown Desert Boots
  • Ty Burrell Wears a Chambray Shirt and Clear Frame Glasses
  • Michael Sheen Wears a Plaid Button Down and Grey Blazer
  • Cobie Smulders Wears a Black & White Strapless Dress
  • The Lonely Island Wear Holiday Sweaters & White Pants
  • Eddie George Wears a Navy Suit and Half-Zip Pullover
  • Randall Park Wears Brown Dress Shoes With Blue Socks
  • Sarah Silverman Wears a Black Dress With A White Collar
  • Craig Robinson Wears a Bordeaux Button Down & Dark Jeans
  • Adam Pally Wears a Navy Blazer and Bright Blue Sneakers
  • Rainn Wilson Wears a Short Sleeved Plaid Shirt & Colorful Sneakers
  • Allison Janney Wears a Chambray Western Shirt and Suede Fringe Boots
  • Ellie Kemper Wears a Purple Ruffled Sleeveless Top & Lavender Flats
  • Carly Rae Jepsen Wears a Chunky Necklace and Black Ankle Boots
  • Joe Jonas Wears a Maroon and Gold Letterman Jacket With White Sneakers
  • Aubrey Plaza Wears a Velvet Off-the-Shoulder Gown With Flowers in Her Hair
  • Anna Kendrick Wears A Patterned Blouse & Burgundy Pants
  • Colin Hanks Wears a Denim Button Down and Black Sneakers
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt Wears a Heart T-Shirt and Blue Jeans
  • Bill Hader Wears A Grey Button Down Shirt & Sneakers
  • Casey Wilson Wears A White Lace Dress & A Black Blazer
  • David Krumholtz Wears a Blue Zip-Up Jacket and Grey Sneakers
  • Maya Rudolph Wears a Black Skirt and Strappy Sandals
  • Dax Shepard Wears a Heather Gray Shirt and Black Blazer
  • David Cross Wears A Red Polo Shirt & Brown Shoes With Red Laces
  • Brie Larson Wears a Billowy Long-Sleeve Shirt and White Saddle Shoes
  • Robert Kirkman Wears a Tan Blazer and Red Suit Pants
  • Clark Gregg Wears a Navy Blazer & White Collared Shirt
  • Simon Helberg Wears a Sky Blue Button Down and Jeans
  • Malin Akerman Wears a Black Blouse and Cropped Jeans
  • Jack Black Wears an Embroidered Cowboy Shirt and Ox Blood Sneakers
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  • Comedy Bang! Bang! is a television series created and hosted by Scott Aukerman that airs weekly on IFC. The show is a spin-off of his successful podcast Comedy Bang! Bang! which airs on the Earwolf network. Like the podcast, the series features outlandish and farcical humor, often delivered in a deadpan manner. The show stars Scott Aukerman playing a fictional version of himself. The following is a complete list of Comedy Bang! Bang! episodes. (en)
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  • List of Comedy Bang! Bang! (TV series) episodes (en)
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