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That's One Way of Doing It
Episode 85
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Release date December 20, 2010
Hosted by Scott Aukerman
Guests Colin Hanks
Andy Daly
Brett Gelman
Neil Campbell
Paul F. Tompkins
Nick Kroll
Seth Morris
Characters Don DiMello
Cake Boss
El Chupacabra
Bob Ducca
James Gandolfini
Pimsy the Elf
Ebesneezer Scrooge
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What is up hot dog? "That's One Way of Doing It" is episode 85 of Comedy Bang! Bang! (then Comedy Death-Ray Radio). Hosted by Scott Aukerman, it stars guests Colin Hanks, El Chupacabra (Nick Kroll), Cake Boss (Paul F. Tompkins), Don DiMello (Andy Daly), Bob Ducca (Seth Morris), Brett Gelman, James Gandolfini (Gelman), Pimsy the Elf (Neil Campbell), Jerry (Campbell), and Ebesneezer Scrooge (Campbell). "That's One Way of Doing It" was released on December 20, 2010.

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Earwolf Synopsis[]

If you asked for festive characters and heavy-handed puns in your letter to Santa, then Christmas is coming early for you! Scott welcomes Colin Hanks to this special episode, along with a slew of popular guests. Cake Boss and El Chupacabra present each other with Christmas gifts and Cake Boss treats us to his second-sight into 2011. Bob Ducca gives us a sense of what he wants for Christmas, and Scott’s neighbor Don de Mello teaches all of us (but mainly Colin) about show business. Brett Gelman makes some friends, some enemies, and some meaningful artistic literature. Stay tuned to the end for a Christmas miracle: Plugs. Merry Christmas!


Scott starts the show with a Christmas song. Pimsy the Elf stops by to talk about being suicidal over the death of her boyfriend Dobby in Harry Potter luckily after reading an Elf help book she decided not to commit suicide. Jerry, Scott's neighbour who sounds remarkably like Santa Claus stops by, as does Ebesneezer Scrooge. Colin Hanks is Scott's co-host for the full show, Scott mentions he wasn't expecting Colin to visit the studio as he had call-in Hanks written on his piece of paper. Colin talks about his recently cancelled TV show The Good Guys.


Colin: "The working title, which means the title doesn't work."