|The Calvins Twins|
|Release date||January 20, 2014|
|Hosted by||Scott Aukerman|
|Guests|| Taran Killam|
|Characters|| Bever Hopox|
|LIVE from RIOT LA||That Wasn't It (I'm Back) (Hee Hee)|
Enough with the excuses! It's time to examine those genitals! "The Calvins Twins" is episode 266 of Comedy Bang! Bang! Hosted by Scott Aukerman, it stars guests Taran Killam, Paul Brittain, Bever Hopox (Killam), and Chico Hands (Brittain). "The Calvins Twins" was released on January 20, 2014.
Earwolf Synopsis Edit
Comedy buds Taran Killam and Paul Brittain are back to chat about how to take compliments, if older people should be driving old cars, and why aren’t birds shitting on us all the time. Later, Bever Hopox and Chico Hands aka the Calvins twins gallop into the studio to discuss the ostentatious, hypervacious, dualicacious world of prized horse fighting. It’s a flip flopping good time!
Paul and Taran talk about their time on SNL and what they have coming up. Scott wonder whether birds shit on other birds while flying. Scott, Paul and Taran point out that cars shouldn't be named after other planets, the Mercury and Saturn should both be called the Earth.
Horse Fighting Edit
The Calvins Twins talk about their horse fighting ventures. They mention their mother was killed by a horse when she got in the way during a horse fight. They start each fight off by saying "ya gotta laugh".
Horses in the Calvins stable: Cinnamon, Old Uh Old Uh, IfMandyPatinkenWasAHorse, Buttercup, Winsbymile.
- Catchphrase suggestion: iamnotsillybilly
- SaturDAY Night Live: Taran and Paul have both appeared on SNL.
- My Wife: Scott says his former girlfriend whom he married as a way to avoid saying "My Wife". Taran talks about his wife, CBB TV show guest Cobie Smulders.
The metadata associated with the in-studio photo of Scott, Taran, and Paul indicates the photo was taken on August 22, 2013, so this episode may have been recorded a few months before its release. There is no weather report or any other cultural references to indicate this.
This episode was voted #12 in the Best of 2014.