|Is Y'all My Daddy?|
|Release date||April 27, 2015|
|Hosted by||Scott Aukerman|
|Guests|| Cameron Esposito|
|Characters|| JW Stillwater|
|Foley Slumber Party||The 6th Anniversary Show!|
Sally sells sea shells by the sea shore, but really anyone can pick them up for free. Sally has no business sense. "Is Y'all My Daddy?" is episode 348 of Comedy Bang! Bang!. Hosted by Scott Aukerman, it stars guests Cameron Esposito, JW Stillwater (Paul F. Tompkins), and Professor Stillwater (Matt Gourley). "Is Y'all My Daddy?" was released on April 27, 2015.
Y'all hear 'em sireens? That's right Cameron Esposito of Put Your Hands Together is back along with her new legal guardian vigilante J.W. Stillwater! They'll tell us all about living together, pitching projects in Hollywood, and J.W.'s missing father. Later, pool man to the stars Jim Chambers comes in to studio to test the pH balance of the waters. However, he looks strangely familiar to J.W. Stillwater. Could this be Professor Stillwater in disguise?! Tune in to find out!
Cameron brings along J.W. Stillwater as a surprise for Scott. J.W. has been living in Cameron's bathroom since their last episode. She refers to him as her father and J.W. still refers to her as Caramel. They live together in a lesbian enclave, with J.W. sleeping in a bathroom sink.
A mysterious pool man to the stars, Jim Chambers, comes in to check the pH balance of Scott's glass of water. Turns out he's J.W.'s long-lost, presumed dead father, the water-stealing Professor Stillwater! (Episode 314: Y'all Heard Any of These Names Before? elaborates his backstory.) He wants to rekindle his relationship with his son, and Cameron soon adopts him as her "Grandfessor." But JW doesn't trust him, and Professor Stillwater ends up escaping once again...but not before revealing that HE in fact stole JW's hammer!
- Catchphrase suggestion: Bronson Magnifico
- Last Week of Apr.
- Sound Effects Record: Scott plays track 9 of his and Paul's SFX record which is pouring water.
- My Wife: Paul tries to trick Scott into saying "my wife," but Scott refuses.
This is an episode in which Scott finally settles on a new catchphrase!
This episode would have been #15 in the Best of 2015, but the countdown only went to 14.