Air Date: June 8th, 2012
A riff on the well-known format of the late-night talk show.
Season 5 - Episode 20 : Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber Wears A Purple Top Hat & Fabrice Fabrice Wears One Pink Fur Leg Warmer Dec 2, 2016
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.
Season 5 - Episode 19 : Reggie Watts Wears a Purple and Yellow Quilted Sweatshirt Dec 2, 2016
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.
Season 5 - Episode 18 : Mike Colter Wears a Pink Button Up and Black Boots Nov 18, 2016
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.
Season 5 - Episode 17 : Malin Akerman Wears a Black Blouse and Cropped Jeans Nov 18, 2016
Malin Akerman reveals all her deep dark secrets; Slow Joey tries to juggle his new business venture with falling in love.
Season 5 - Episode 16 : Ben Folds Wears a Black Button Down and Jeans Nov 11, 2016
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.
It's an oddity, but the comfortable looseness makes up for the fact that it's really about nothing in particular. Show More
All in all, fans of Comedy Bang! Bang! should rest easy, knowing that the show continues to hit all the right beats. With a brilliantly eclectic list of guests to come, ranging from rapper T-Pain to comedian Nathan Fielder (from Nathan For You), season 5 promises to continue to surprise and amuse. Show More
Though it does not seem to be entirely scripted, it is (as opposed to the rambling podcast) highly organized and includes invented guests alongside those appearing as not necessarily reliable versions of themselves. Show More