|Time Bobby 3|
|Release date||May 12, 2014|
|Hosted by||Scott Aukerman|
|Guests|| Paul F. Tompkins|
|Characters|| Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber|
|Solo Bolo||Stinky Chips|
Tony Danza's final stanza awaits, you grim with tired limb. "Time Bobby 3" is episode 286 of Comedy Bang! Bang! Hosted by Scottrick Aukerman, it stars guests Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber (Paul F. Tompkins), Fourvel (Bobby Moynihan), and Fryvault (Moynihan). "Time Bobby 3" was released on May 12, 2014.
The man, the myth, the music maker Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber returns to Comedy Bing Bong only to encounter a 90-year-old gentleman complete with a full white beard by the name of Fourvel. Could this old chap be the same stabby lil’ orphan boy from the past? Tune in to find out!
This episode features brief appearances of many other characters when Scott and each guest unzips their disguises in a Buttercream Effect scenario,
- Scott: Fourvel, Peabo Bryson, Huell Howser, Don DiMello
- Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber: Werner Herzog, JW Stillwater, Jesse Ventura, The Sheriff of Nottingham
- Fourvel: Fryvault, Coco Marx, Aaron Neville, Fievel, Aladdin, Jazz Jazz the Barber
- Catchphrase suggestion: thevoblex
- Aaaand Ten More Minutes.
- 'Tis a consumation devoutly to be wished.
- The Vicar of Yanks: "Weird" Al Yankovic is mentioned by his proper title.
- "I'll Allow It, But Watch Yourself, Counselor"
- Mildred and Patty Hill: Old Man Fourvel talks about his history of dating with the Hill Sisters in the early 1900s. Though it is his birthday, they cannot sing 'Happy Birthday' to him because it is not in the public domain.
- "It's Been..."
- "It's Been Awhile"
- Skid Row: Scott, Fourvel, and Andrew Lloyd Webber harmonize on 'Skid Row (Downtown)' and parody 'Suddenly, Seymour' (as 'Suddenly, Fourvel') from Little Shop of Horrors.
- Downtown Abbey: Fourvel says even he knows that's not how you say it.
- "Technicality No-Down Boo over"
Scott suggests that if Fourvel wants to understand his past life, he should check out the Comedy Bang! Bang! Wiki (that's us!).
This episode was voted #4 in the Best of 2014.