Jape - Bang

Jape - Bang

What's Up, Hot Dog?     "What's up, hot dog?" was the catchphrase Scott used to open the show beginning in 2010. It comes from a story Aukerman told on 'Never Not Funny' in which he witnessed a man awkwardly trying to initiate conversation with the cashier of a convience store by telling him "What's up, hot dog?" repeatedly, while holding a hot-dog. In 103: These Times They Are A-Changin', Scott announced his intentions to retire the catchphrase and pay homage to it by renaming the Plugs Section the 'What's Up, Hot Dog?' Memorial Plugs Section. Scott has since gifted the catchphrase to Weird Al Yankovic.
B-b-b-b-bonus-s-s-s-s!     Starting on Best of 2011 Pt. 1, Scott and Paul have introduced bonus clips by alternatively repeating b or s, respectively.
Heynong Man!     This originally came from Jason "Heynong" Mantzoukas saying "hang on, man," and there have been several variations such as "shame nong you." Jason hates all of the variations.
How the bread is made     This expression refers to behind-the-scenes details of the show, and originated when Scott was trying to say "how the sausage is made."
'Sclusie     When a celebrity guest drops unique information, or premiers a new story on the podcast, Scott will often refer to it as a 'sclusie, a Hollywood shortening of the word "exclusive."
Maybe it's just me, but for me...     Scott often points out that his opinions may not be your opinions or the opinions of anyone else.
Thank you, Reggie Watts     On earlier episodes of the show, Scott would thank Reggie for his performance of the theme song, explaining that he traveled to the studio solely to perform the song and would leave immediately afterward.
This is not that kind of show    

Scott likes to keep the show clean and tries to avoid controversy. Although PFT has pointed out that, in fact, it is that kind of show.
Technicality-No-Down-Boo-Over!     Scott enforcing any specific point of law or specific rule.
Big ups to people of all stars and stripes     Used when Scott emphasizes his tolerance towards others. Originated when Scott presumably attempted to say "people of all stripes".
The show where we talk to interesting people     As of 2017, Scott's new tagline, which beautifully and succinctly describes the show.
Life is a race to death, and we all hope to come in last.     Scott shows his philosophical side when pondering the true meaning of life, or whenever one of his guests mentions the concept of racing.
All joking a salad     Scott said this to Ben Schwartz instead of "all joking aside," possibly because his favorite side dish is salad.
..and I pray that you do     Often when Scott (or a guest of the show) starts a sentence addressing the listener with "If you ..." Scott will interject with this, praying that the listener is on board with whatever is being suggested.
The Widow Howl App     Scott's current nickname for his wife, Kulap Vilaysack (previously known as "My former girlfriend whom I married"). A portmanteau of "The Widow Kulap" -- which Scott called Kulap when he and Jason "Heynong" Mantzoukas were musing about Scott's eventual death (entitling Jason to become the next host of CBB as well as marrying Scott's widowed wife) -- and Howl App, the app for the incessantly-touted Howl.fm which is the place for all Earwolf archived & premium content.
Baby!     Several guests/characters use baby as a catchphrase, including The Bachelor Brothers, Ho Ho the Elf, Traci Rearden, and Gino Lambardo.
R2-D Too Soon     Originally used anytime one is discussing the death of a droid. Used in place of "too soon" when a tragedy hasn't had the time needed for the equation tragedy + time = hilarity.
Murderer Heaven     In 236: Murderer Heaven it was established by the ghost of Richard Harrow that there are various heavens; this has been since mentioned in several episodes.
Five, Four, Three, Nose, One     Sometimes prefaced by "liftoff imminent," it is used in place of conventional countdowns. Scott originated the phrase during a game of Would You Rather in 76.5: Don't Cry Rolling Skate Train.
Ghostburgers     Poops are the ghosts of old burgers.
Side-by-Side     A side-by-side is a type of hermaphrodite wherein a person has both sets of genitalia alongside each other. Chip Gardner is a notable side-by-side who is known to perform surgeries on homeless people to make them fellow side-by-sides.
Andy Daly suicides     

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