Funny - Bang

Funny - Bang

It appears as an easter egg in the TV universe.
"That sounds good to me"     Believed to originate from Neil Campbell's opening act during the 2016 live tour. He said the phrase in a funny way and it got the other members of the tour tickled, becoming an inside joke. They continued doing it while traveling and then started referencing it live.
Eatin' Ain't Cheatin'     Scott and PFT impersonate Bill Clinton saying his famous catchphrase "Eatin' ain't cheatin'."
Scott is 29 years old.     For years, Scott has insisted he is 29 years old, an allusion to the reluctance of Hollywood icons to share their actual age and consequently lying about it.

Andy Daly's characters have a tendency to commit suicide, or at the very least have suicidal thoughts. This is most evident in 148: "Wipeout!".
R.I.Possible     Said when Scott is unsure if someone mentioned on the show is still alive or not.
Open Door Policy     Scott employs an open door policy on the show, which often destroys his attempts to make the show more like WTF with Marc Maron, which conducts "actor's pain" interviews.
President Barack Hussein Obamacare     How Scott refers to the president and his policies.
"iPod, iPad, I don't even know anymore!"     Scott is often confused by new technology, especially Apple products.
Computer.com     An all-purpose website.
Everyone born in the '80s is in their 80s     Scott believes your age is the same as the decade in which you were born.
If you're gonna Bing it, use Google     Scott originally asked listeners to Google things using Bing but switched allegiance in later episodes.
Tear Basin     When a character or guest on the show cries, Scott tries to collect them in his tear basin.
International waters     There are no laws on the high seas, which is frequently mentioned by Andy Daly's characters.
You should have your improv card revoked.     Often said to Matt Besser when he makes a less-than-stellar joke; for example, in 146: Climbing the Ladder, when Ben Schwartz asks: "Of everything available at a deli, what sandwich would you get?", and Besser, as Bjork, replies: "A pulled Bjork sandwich."
Reference-o-meter     If Scott makes a pop culture mistake, he will often blame his reference-o-meter being on the fritz.
Branches are trees' dicks     No explanation needed.
Look it up, Scotty! Look it up!     PFT first sang "Look it up, Garon! Look it up!" on the Never Not Funny podcast. Scott later performed the same song. Shortly thereafter it made the jump to CBB.
Engineer Cody     Originating on U Talkin' U2 to Me when Adam Scott referred to a different engineer as Engineer Cody, the job titles of all Earwolf engineers are now Engineer Cody (i.e., Engineer Cody Brett, Engineer Cody Cody).
SFX Record     Scott often mentions he and Paul F. are starting a sound effects record. Tracks 9 and 12 are water being poured.
Dads and Grads     During the month of June, Scott tends to get angry at the fact that dads and grads have the month to themselves.
C+ Rating     When Scott gives a rating, the highest possible rating is a C+. Since C is average, a C+ means above average and a C- is below average. No more grades needed.
CBB Bump     Scott commonly asks visiting musical acts or television actors to report back with how many sales/views they received after appearing on the show.
Jeremy Piven     Piven's name is sung very dramatically, usually over the Would You Rather theme song.
"And I'll introduce you in a minute..."     Scott likes to build listener anticipation by describing the guest's accomplishments at the top of a segment. Like the professional he is, Scott prefers the guests follow radio etiquette and remain silent during the introduction.
"The throes of ____-doggy"     Scott initially began describing the state of being in August as being in "The throes of 'Augy-doggy', and re-uses this phrase in later months that made less phonetic sense, including the throes of "Octy-doggy" and "Novy-doggy".
Washington Clowns     "A circus passed through Washington DC. The circus then moved along, but the clowns? They all stayed behind." This hacky joke and many variations of it are repeated since the early days of CBB, back when it was CDR. Eventually the reference to the joke became something even Scott couldn't remember, and lately he mumbles through it and fails to deliver it correctly.

It appears as an easter egg in the TV universe.
"That sounds good to me"     Believed to originate from Neil Campbell's opening act during the 2016 live tour. He said the phrase in a funny way and it got the other members of the tour tickled, becoming an inside joke. They continued doing it while traveling and then started referencing it live.
Eatin' Ain't Cheatin'     Scott and PFT impersonate Bill Clinton saying his famous catchphrase "Eatin' ain't cheatin'."
Scott is 29 years old.     For years, Scott has insisted he is 29 years old, an allusion to the reluctance of Hollywood icons to share their actual age and consequently lying about it.

Funny - Bang: Believed to originate from Neil Campbell's opening act during the 2016 live tour. He said the phrase in a funny way and it got the other members of the tour tickled, becoming an inside joke. Look it up!" on the Never Not Funny podcast.


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