Ty Burrell shows Scott what the world looks like through his eyes, and craft services coordinator Fabrice Fabrice performs spoken word poetry. Meanwhile, Scott premieres a clip of his exciting new detective drama.
Aaron Neville explains his anti-violence campaign. Reggie is caught in a war between two warring musical combos vying for his attention. Meanwhile, Scott interviews rapper Schoolboy Q about what it's like to be "Man of the Year".
Simon Helberg has to prove he's not an android, and author Shiloh Huffington schemes his way onto the couch. Scott and Reggie get whipped into shape by a cruel drill sergeant, and are tasked with a dangerous mission of their own.
Dax Shepard demonstrates the difference between comedic and dramatic acting, and professional gift guesser Bertram Jollymore shows off his talents on the couch. Meanwhile, to deal with rising rent costs, Scott and Reggie find a new roommate.
It's a drowsy day in the studio as the cast and crew keep dozing off. Zach Galifianakis naps on the couch, and Reggie dreams of making music with Tears for Fears. Will Scott find the key to keeping everyone awake?
Scott discovers his true feelings for his producer; Joseph Gordon-Levitt gives Reggie a reason to join his production company; shock jock Ronnie "Brew Dude'' Haynes discusses the true definition of Taco Tuesday.
Scott and Reggie try to spend their stunt budget, leading to Comedy Bang Bang's most action-packed episode ever. Jack Black decides whether to play a famous song on the show and vigilante J.W. Stillwater talks fan boats, gators, and justice.
Joel McHale talks about his unusual birth, and a Hollywood actor dishes on his recent firing. Meanwhile, Scott's new machine is running the show. Will a warning from the future be enough to help Scott save the show?
Rapper Lil Jon shares his retirement plans, and spokesperson Shandy Williams gives Scott a gift from her new hair extension line. Meanwhile, the Quizzler is running loose in the studio and it's up to Scott and Reggie to solve his quizzles!
A physicist takes Scott, Reggie, and the crew aboard his spaceship, but danger soon arises. Will Scott be able to interview Colin Hanks and celebrity stylist Trey Booth, or will the perils of space get to them first?
Scott is in danger of losing his job if he can't pass his big test, so he enlists a tutor for help. Meanwhile, Skylar Astin reveals his real age and Easy Listening DJ Forsythia reads dedications from her listeners.
Michael Sheen teaches Scott about the birds and the bees, and entertainer Victor Diamond explains his various medical conditions. Meanwhile, Scott receives accolades for saving Wonky Cat, the world's weirdest cat.
Scott's secret identity is at risk when his friends win the Comedy Bang! Bang! "Interview a Fan" contest. Meanwhile, Thomas Middleditch proves he's an expert at accent work, and shaman Harmony Moongloss leads the group in a guided meditation.
Karen Gillan spills movie secrets, and small business owner George Groiny-Melendez reveals his less than savory profession. Meanwhile, Scott is torn between his new writers and the comedy of yesteryear.
When Scott is assigned Kid Cudi as his new partner the two of them must settle their differences and learn to work together. Michael Cera shows off his business cards, and August Lindt shares his recommendations for vacation destinations.
When a wizard appears on-set, Scott agrees to help save his realm if they can perform in a magic show together. James Marsden acts with a real rabbit and discusses his good looks and Mr. Celebrity shares Hollywood gossip.
Scott fires security guard Zeke and hires someone new to protect the show's belongings. Carly Rae Jepsen premieres a new song, and amusement park owner Tim Duncan explains his scariest ride, the Samurai Scream.
Scott and Kid Cudi try to catch a rat in the studio before their annual health inspection. Meanwhile, Mary Elizabeth Winstead celebrates her birthday and inventor Ahmad Rashad al-Zarqawi shows us his new gadget.
After Scott's editors threaten to go on strike, Scott decides to do the show all in ONE TAKE- no editing needed. Meanwhile, Tom Lennon shows how messy he can get and a famous Broadway director shares songs from his classic show.
Scott wants to wear an unusual hat to accept an award, and his staff doesn't have the heart to argue. Meanwhile, Randall Park plays "Title These Tunes" and Richard Bunn demonstrates how he has written 140 novels with the "Bunn Process."
Comedy Bang! Bang! tries to appeal to a female audience by hiring three co-hosts, but Cudi suspects something's not right. Weird Al plays a game of "Celebrity Weird Al Do's" while Cudi enlists the help of paranormal professionals.
Uzo Aduba's comic skills are on display; concerned citizen Tim Landers describes his plan to get back at some kids; Scott and Cudi from the future take a time machine back to the present to prevent the total destruction of comedy.
Judy Greer shows off her universal audition and the gang looks forward to an appearance by Tom Hanks. Meanwhile, Kid Cudi is revealed to be a former hockey star, his rival shows up at the CBB studio to challenge him to a rematch.
Stephen Merchant dishes about his rock collection, and martial artist Dave Grigsby shows off his karate skills. Scott finds out a surprising secret about his parentage and has to go through a series of challenges against some formidable foes.
David Krumholtz reviews Scott's hosting abilities, while Arthur Steinborn teaches the gang his memory technique. Scott and Cudi are visited by an avant-garde painter who wants to give the show a more artistic spin.