Nev talks with the girls of the comedy duo Garfunkel and Oats about his recent surprise improv performance, online dating, Catfish, and how to win the internet. Plus his guests sing an original song!
The inimitable Garfunkel & Oates come on the show to explain a shameful evasive strategy that many women have mastered.
Garfunkel and Oates come on around the 24 minute mark.
Riki Lindhome & Kate Micucci – Garfunkel & Oates - join Sam, Gareth & Vicky at Playboy Studios! We discuss Festival Supreme, their show on HBO Go, their upcoming series on IFC, and being on the road together. We delve into ukuleles: the accent, the posers & purists, and the billboards where they = healthy. Kate & Riki discuss meeting at UCB after attending the same Music Camp as kids, how opening for John Oates resulted in the saddest piece of video footage, and Riki’s standing ovation for her scene in Hell Baby. Garfunkel & Oates describe their evolution and different experiences in comedy, and perform their song The Loophole! Minty, Black Ghost, Shitty Ninjas, Stranger's Butthole and Cool Pope - Happy Anniversary, I Love Lucy!
This episode is a very special episode (like on Family Ties when Alex got hooked on speed or Facts of Life when the diplomat’s daughter committed suicide, but more fun) because it’s the first one performed and recorded LIVE in front of a crowd at the Upright Citizens Brigade theater in Los Angeles. Someone even wore face paint! Garfunkel and Oates (Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci) joined the show to talk about birth control, cellulite, Bo Burnham, granola bars that taste like vitamins, spiders, the state of Virginia and an array of other assorted things. They also debuted their new song, “29/31.”
Garfunkel and Oates aka Kate Micucci (Oates) and Riki Lindhome (Garfunkel) stop by the 24/7 Comedy Dungeon!
Riki Lindhome, Kate Micucci, (of Garfunkel and Oates) and Dan Savage field sex and relationship questions from the audience during the live taping of the Savage Love podcast at The Neptune in Seattle, WA on 6.13.12. Listen to the full podcast here.
Cole, Vanessa and the dynamic musical comedy duo Garfunkel & Oates (Riki Lindhome & Kate Micucci) talk vanity plates, Odyssey of the Mind, blue snowsuits, the White House Correspondents Dinner, Famous Food, Bristol Palin’s face work, The Olive Garden, the premiere of PMC Thunderdome, Glee duets, ABC’s old school TGIF, the Just the Ten of Us Theme Song, haunted iPhones, school lunches, their new HBO pilot, and the debut of Vanessa’s soon to be classic pee-pee song.
Garfunkel (aka actress Riki Lindhome) and Oates (aka actress Kate Micucci) are a musical act that, on first glance, you might expect to be quaint and folksy. Well, they are, but they have some hilariously raunchy stuff too. Having performed in New York, LA, and in-between, these two working actresses form a very unique act that we're thrilled to host! (Bonus: Ukuleles!)
Lucky us! The hottest comedy music ticket in town, GARFUNKEL AND OATES, swung by TLP studios en route totheir tour Australia (thank you very much!) and shared all sorts of intimate details about their love lives, their amazing fans, their one thing most in common (a hatred of cats) and of course, lots of laughs! And… our girl crushes are officially realized! Enjoy.
Adam and Vance discuss which celebrity closets they would be the most inclined to live in and what to do when the butterflies in your stomach get a little too comfortable. The guys chat with Riki and Kate of Garfunkel & Oates about sandcastles, bad dates and cartoon octopi. Featuring music by Outasight,Garfunkel & Oates and Gunfight.
When Bob Ducca shows up to Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast, it can be hard to keep up the pace. Fortunately, Miss Riki “Garfunkel” Lindhome and Miss Kate “Oates” Micucci do just that. And who would have thought, Brendon Walsh and Bob have quite a bit in common! You won't want to miss the bonding that occurs between those two.
“Weird Al” Yankovic’s first appearance on the show was mostly informative. His next visit, mostly humorous. So when Al makes his third appearance, he combines the two and becomes perhaps the most beloved Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast guest. Hear how his career has differed from that of the super-filthy and super-sexy group “Garfunkel & Oates” who may or may not know about oral sex (according to Riki’s mom). Plus, maybe the greatest plugs, and unexpected bathroom break, in Comedy Bang Bang history!
When Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast goes in front of a live audience, you never know what to expect! Like an audience not really understanding just what it is that Todd Barry is doing. Or that Ice T might look nothing like he does when he’s acting on TV’s Law and Order. But you can always count on Would You Rather, Garfunkel & Oates, Nick Thune, and the most famous and beloved segment: The Patented Chime-Off.
Jimmy Pardo is the host of his own show, Never Not Funny, so one would assume that he’d be a good host of Comedy Bang Bang. Well, one would be right! Except for the boring politicians he had on, the show is absolutely phenomenal. Representative Richard Martin and his wife Jazz slow the pace down a bit, but Paul Stanley from KISS brings his rocking attitude in to bring the energy back. All of this plus music from Garfunkel & Oates, a Half-Assed Sports Report, and Doug Loves Movies.