|Release date||March 12, 2012|
|Hosted by||Scott Aukerman|
|Guests|| Jason Mantzoukas|
|Raisin Norman Bates||Live from SXSW 2012|
Put down your Entertainment Weekly and tune into Comedy Bang Bang! We have Jason Mantzoukas of comedy, film, and cinema fame here to count down the Twelve Nights of Oscars and, more importantly, try to get through to a friend in need. Also joining us is first time guest Dalton Wilcox, a cowboy poet who don't know much about this big city way of life. Sharp-eared listeners might hear some cameo appearances from past Comedy Bang Bang favorites, so stay tuned on Twitter to let us know what you think!
Scott and Jason discuss the twelve nights of the Oscars.
|0||The Oscar nominations|
|-1||Issue of Entertainment Weekly that predicts the Oscar nominations|
|-2||Issue of Entertainment Weekly announces what the nomination are|
|-3||Issue of Entertainment Weekly that predicts winners|
|-4||Issue which wraps up how it went down|
|-5||The night the Oscars wins an Emmy|
|-6||When the Today Show follows actors who may be nominated|
|-7||The Issue of Entertainment Weekly that takes a comedic look in the list of what the Oscar nominations may be.|
|-8||Entertainment Weekly issue which talks about the Snubs and flubs.|
|-9||Issue of Entertainment Weekly which talk about the flubs in the Oscars telecast.|
|-10||The in memoriam issue of Entertainment Weekly.|
Scott and Jason admit they are not really recording this episode and engineer Dustin is not real. This whole episode was set up as an intervention for Andy because he constantly talks about committing suicide while in character and they are worried about him. Dalton does not know who Andy is and insists he didn't bring up committing suicide, he was just 'yes anding'.
"Baby, Let Me Be" by The Rutles.
- Catchphrase Suggested by: Duhg
- Andy Daly Suicides: Andy commits suicide as most of his past characters.