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- Congratulations UCB performers nominated for 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards
- Rolling Stone names 20 Best Comedy Podcasts
- IFC renews 'Comedy Bang Bang' and 'The Birthday Boys'
- 'Between Two Ferns' director Scott Aukerman details what it was like shooting comedy with President Obama
- Podcasts from Scott Aukerman, Doug Benson, Jake Fogelnest named amongst AV Club's "Best Podcasts of 2013"
- Salon recommends podcasts by UCB performers
- IFC renews 'Comedy Bang Bang' with Scott Aukerman for third season
- Congratulations UCBT performers nominated for 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards
- IFC renews "Comedy Bang Bang"
- Scott Aukerman brings Jason Mantzoukas to interview with KCET
- Scott Aukerman featured in New York Times
- "Comedy Bang Bang" with Scott Aukerman coming to IFC
- Scott Aukerman, Doug Benson on Paste Magazine's 10 Best Podcasts Right Now
- LA Weekly names UCBTLA performers amongst "Top 10 Comedy Podcasts"
- Entertainment Weekly names UCBTLA performers among best podcasters
- Rolling Stone honors UCBT performers in "The 10 Best Comedy Podcasts"
- Scott Aukerman to host IFC comedy block
- Scott Aukerman & Patton Oswalt developing sitcom for Fox
- Scott Aukerman interviewed by LAist
- Comedy Death-Ray comic book update
- Comedy Death-Ray: the comic book
- Congratulations UCBT performers writing for 2007-2008 TV season
Scott Aukerman [skot ok-ur-muhn] is a chap from Los Angeles. He got his start as a writer and performer on the HBO cult classic Mr. Show with Bob and David, for which he was Emmy-nominated. He is the host of Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast, which has been downloaded over ten million times, and has been called "one of the ten best comedy podcasts" by Rolling Stone, and "often strange, consistently hilarious, always unpredictable" by Entertainment Weekly. He is the producer and director of the acclaimed web series Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis, the episodes of which been viewed over forty million times. Nine years ago, he co-created Comedy Death-Ray - now Comedy Bang Bang - the UCB Theatre in Los Angeles, and has been nationally recognized as the best weekly live comedy show in America.