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Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast: Episode 118 - Hologram Toes

Since our last episode with Patton Oswalt was so rudely interrupted, we have asked him back on to discuss his upcoming special, Finest Hour. Unfortunately, in true Comedy Bang Bang fashion we receive an unexpected visit from a stranger so strange I can’t even begin to describe who he is, what he does, or how he got to the studio. Our apologies to Patton Oswalt purists: We promise (but cannot guarantee) to have him back soon on a far less gassy episode.


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Superego - Episode 3:8 Best of Season 3: Volume 1

SPECIAL GUESTS: Paul F. Tompkins from The Pod F. Tompkast, Patton Oswalt from Ratatouille, Andy Daly from Eastbound & Down, John Hodgman from Bored To Death, Erinn Hayes from Childrens Hospital, Rich Sommer from Mad Men, Jeff Davis from Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Chris Tallman from Reno 911!, Twitter phenom Rob Delaney, Mike Rock from Chelsea Lately, Katie Nuñez, and Robyn Roth.

CASE STUDIES: Don Dimello with John C. Reilly and Nick Nolte, M, Shunt McGuppin with Sam Elliott, The Lavergne Family Dinner, General Zod, Campfire with Roy Cabras, H.R. Giger, Colby Toboggan, Rockstone Investments, and a brand new case study from Trevor Lundgren.


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Sklarbro Country: Episode 70 - The Sklarbro Rippers

We’re kicking it Vermont style this week on Sklarbro Country! We’ve prepared a special post-Thanksgiving treat for you all with special guests Patton Oswalt and James Taylor. Patton uses appearance number three to tell us about his hot, smelly summer in New York, document the demise and revival of alternative comedy, and explain why The Texas Chain Saw Massacre deserved an Oscar in sound design. James Taylor shows off his “urban” side on his debut performance and clues us into what Monday Night Football listeners can look forward to. Plus we’ve been spying on The Iron Sheik’s twitter account and in Ivan Calderon’s fridge, so we have a nice fresh batch of takes for everyone. Treat your turkey hangover with Sklarbro Country!


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Best Comedy of 2011 on The Sound of Young America

It’s that time again — when we share with you The Best Comedy of 2011, showcased on The Sound of Young America.

  • Wyatt Cenac - Comedy Person
  • Marc Maron - This Has to Be Funny
  • Tig Notaro - Good One
  • Kasper Hauser - News Update
  • Mike Birbiglia - Sleepwalk With Me Live
  • Patton Oswalt - Finest Hour
  • The Sklar Brothers - Hendersons and Daughters
  • Rob Baedeker - Chemistry Lecture
  • Karen Kilgariff - Behind You

This is our last show as The Sound of Young America — as of next week, we’ll be broadcasting and podcasting as Bullseye with Jesse Thorn. Same great interviews, comedy, and culture picks, just with a slightly different format! Listen in and subscribe now on iTunes or our RSS feed! If you’re already a subscriber, you’re all set up.


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