Double Co-Hosts
Episode 7
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Release date June 12, 2009
Hosted by Scott Aukerman
Guests Randy & Jason Sklar
Paul F. Tompkins
Doug Benson
Paul Rust
Characters Jerry Jimson
Cal Shipsby
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 "Double Co-Hosts" is episode 7 of Comedy Bang! Bang! (then Comedy Death-Ray Radio). Hosted by Scott Aukerman, it stars guest Randy & Jason Sklar, Jerry Jimson and Cal Shipsby (Paul Rust), and calls from Paul F. Tompkins and Doug Benson. "Double Co-Hosts" was released on June 12, 2009.

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Earwolf SynopsisEdit

An episode with two co-hosts? It cannot be! Well, it is…but, when they’re The Sklar Brothers you can hardly call them two separate entities. With the comedic force of Scott, Jason and Randy, and Paul F. Tompkins, you’d think unfunny was impossible…that is unless you’re newly traumatized observational comic Cal Shipsby. Fortunately things take a lighter turn when the writer of Look Who’s Talking, Jerry Jimson, stops by and talks about his process. And I’d be remiss not to mention that this episode features Doug Loves Movies!


Cal Shipsby stops by to do some of his observational comedy after recently suffering from a nervous breakdown.

Paul F. Tompkins calls in on the last day of his hosting gig at "Best Week Ever."

The Sklar Brothers talk about the Pizza Hut ads that hijack audiences at Italian restaurants with Pizza Hut's new pasta dishes (referred to as "Pizza Hutting") and propose a sad scenario of a family eating at that restaurant. They also take some parenting and sports questions from Twitter.

Jerry Jimson, the screenwriter of Look Who's Talking, discusses where the idea for the film came from and announces that he will be suing the makers of the film for stealing his idea.

Paul Rust plays a song, "Beagle Town," live in-studio.

Doug Loves MoviesEdit

Doug calls in to give eight word or less movie reviews for the movies Imagine That ("Critics are calling it a movie I watched"), The Taking of Pelham 1-2-3 ("The counting of sheep 1-2-SNORE"), and Cinderella Story ("Midnight screenings full of pumpkins").


  • "Big Bottoms" by Spinal Tap
  • "Who Said We're Wack" by The Lonely Island
  • "Wipe My Butt" by The Shins from Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!
  • "The Metal" by Tenacious D 
  • "Whatever You Like" by "Weird Al" Yankovic
  • "You Look Marvelous" by Billy Crystal
  • "Zittly Van Zittles" by Adam Sandler
  • "Hawaii" by The Glass Beef.