Comedy Bang! Bang! won’t be back on TV until the fall, but on the internet CB!B! never sleeps. So when we asked fans to create their favorite CB!B! Pokémon crossovers, it wasn’t long until we were able to catch them all. See some of the most legendary CB!B! Pokémon below, and tweet any new ones you encounter in the wild to @ComedyBangBang.
1. Lauren Lapkus
— Matt McCormack (@MattxMcCormack) August 2, 2016
Lauren Lapkus is a fan favorite thanks to her crazy characters on the CB!B! podcast and TV show. Meanwhile, “Lauren Lapras” is similarly one of the most popular water type Pokémon and would fit right in alongside her CB!B! counterpart in Jurassic World.
2. Victor & Tiny (Not Willy)
— Gianni Greco (@Jon_Jon_Greco) August 4, 2016
When Victor and Tiny (Brendon Small) are guests on the podcast, it’s like they’re two peas in a pod. So it’s no surprise that in the wild, the Victor and Tiny Pokémon has two heads and they have each others’ back, literally.
— Blair Gruman (@Blairashimself) July 28, 2016
Just like little orphan Fourvel (Bobby Moynihan), this Pokémon can be found wandering the streets looking for scraps and gristle. Although this one has been caught, if you find another in your travels, please keep it away from sharp objects. (Watch what happens when Fourvel hangs out with Tegan and Sara on the Comedy Bang! Bang! couch.)
4. Slow Joey
— Grant Showalter (@GSchowalter) July 26, 2016
On the CB!B! TV show, Slow Joey (Haley Joel Osment) is always making grievous errors and is impossibly dim. While one of the rarest Pokémon, the Slow Joey is also one of the easiest to capture due to these similarities to its human namesake.
5. Hey Nong Man
— Jessica Davis (@jldtweets) July 26, 2016
Comedy Bang! Bang!‘s most prolific catchphrase is also one of the rarest Pokémon in the United States. It’s rumored that they often travel in threes, causing a reset before you have the opportunity to successfully capture one.
6. Werner Herzog
— Stenson Cole (@stensoncole13) July 26, 2016
Famed director Werner Herzog (Paul F. Tompkins) has a well-documented relationship with nature. The Herzog Pokémon has a similar reverence for the environment and can be found hidden in the trees and bushes awaiting the inevitable demise of man.
7. Big Sue
— Dutch (@Dutch_says) July 26, 2016
The world was introduced to Big Sue (Lapkus) in the fifth season of Comedy Bang! Bang!. Unlike her human namesake, this Pokémon doesn’t own the store “Carpets and Rugs, Down There” but does spend its time down there: underground.
— Scrott (@Scarves_McHarv) July 26, 2016
One of the original CB!B! Pokémon, Tsk-Tsk appeared early in the first season of Comedy Bang! Bang!. Tsk-Tsk is the polar opposite in temperament of its Pokémon counterpart, the yet-to-be-captured Attaboy.
9. Tim Kalpakis
— koop (@notkoop) July 26, 2016
When you’re out and about looking for new Pokémon to catch, you may hear the distinct call of Tim Kalpakis (CB!B! writer and star of The Birthday Boys). The call sounds eerily similar to the English phrase, “Hey, folks!”
10. The Timekeeper
— Ammon Miller (@AmmonMiller) July 26, 2016
The Timekeeper (Neil Campbell) is not a mythical creature; he’s 30 years old. But the Timekeeper Pokémon has a much richer and more mystical history. It’s rumored to be the oldest Pokémon of all TIME.