|Release date||March 24, 2014|
|Hosted by||Scott Aukerman|
|Guests|| Old 97's|
|Characters|| George Zimmer|
|Comedy Bang Me!||Reverse April Fools|
It’s a special March Music edition of Comedy Bean Bag as Matt Berninger of The National & Rhett Miller of the Old 97’s get candid about being lead singers all while the Old 97’s play live versions of songs from their new album “Most Messed Up.” Later, entrepreneur George Zimmer appears in a cloud of cigar smoke and under the guise of a silhouette to tell us about being fired from Men’s Wearhouse. Then, fellow lead singer Russell Crowe of 30 Odd Foot of Grunts drops by to give us some behind the scenes info on his upcoming film Noah. You’re going to like what you hear in this episode. I guarantee it.
Would you rather live in a world where every year it rained guns for a day OR it rained fish hamburgers for a month?
Russell Crowe is declared the winner as he abstained from voting and everyone else was docked points.
One of the guests ask Scott for his vote on the WYR scenario, a classy move Scott calls "unprecedented ."
- Plugs Theme: "A Family That Plugs Together" by Nick Krefting
- Catchphrase Suggestion: Dhalgren
- CBB Weather Report: "Kinda gloomy! March came in like a lion, is going out like a fuckin' pussy."
- Show Names: Scott has trouble with the show's name, Comedy Bean Bag.
- My wife: Scott whispers a couple of "my wifes" during a story told by Matt Berninger.
- Don Pardo impression: Scott says "musical guest" like the announcer from SNL. He has previously used this impression on U Talkin' U2 To Me?
- Projs: More Hollywood slang. A shortened form of the word "projects." Previously used on the TV series, season 2 episode 3.
Scott mentions Jon Hamm was scheduled to make an appearance on this episode.