Comedians Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari join Scott to talk about their new advice podcast Urgent Care right here on Earwolf and it’s original title. Then, bus driver Burgey Sullenberger stops by to talk about floating bus reform. Plus, boogie board champion Topher Schmidty drops by to talk about his boogie boarding process.
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Actor and comedian Bryan Safi joins Scott and intern Gino Lambardo to talk about his podcast Throwing Shade celebrating it’s 400th episode, Cats the musical, and running the call center on the TV show 9-1-1. Then, 4th grade teacher Mr. Camp stops by to get some social advice. Plus, marine biologist Dr. Chet Mariongello stops by to discuss all things under the sea.This episode is brought to you by State Farm (www.neighborhoodofgood.com), Betterhelp (www.betterhelp.com/bangbang), Roman (www.getroman.com/bangbang), Bat Out of Hell the Musical (www.batoutofhellmusical.com).
Comedian and actor extraordinaire Baron Vaughn joins Scott to talk about his new Comedy Central series The New Negroes which he hosts with Open Mike Eagle. Then, Denny Simpson from Alabama Pest Control stops by to talk about ethically capturing animals. Later, automobile salesman Gregory Smith drops by to tell us about selling experiences and stories. Plus, a game of Would You Rather!This episode is brought to you by Thomas’ English Muffins, Capterra (www.capterra.com/BANGBANG), and Legal Zoom (www.legalzoom.com code: BANGBANG).
Fellow Earwolf podcaster and friend of the show Casey Wilson joins Scott to talk about her upcoming Bitch Sesh tour, her Oscar Parties, and to have a regular conversation like they would have off air. Then, 80s new wave singer Martin Sheffield Lickly drops by to sing some of his hits. Plus, credit card points expert Chase Varner stops by to share a great tip on how to accumulate an infinite amount of credit card points.This episode is brought to you by Ben & Jerry’s (store.benjerry.com) and Microsoft's social AI, Zo.
Professional comedian Nick Thune join Scott to stay on script and talk about his upcoming stand-up comedy tour along with Michael Ian Black as they await for Michael to arrive to the studio. Later, bouncer Kenny Takahashi stops by to ask for advice on how to stick up for himself at The Nasty Rat bar. Plus, Melissa from the Analytics department to chat about how to integrate murder into the podcast to help bump the listener numbers.This episode is brought to you by Squarespace (www.squarespace.com/BANGBANG), Warby Parker (www.warbyparker.com/bangbang) and Black Tux (www.blacktux.com/BANGBANG).