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Here’s a Little of Chris (and Jonah, and Pete) on “Mash Up”

Our own T.J. Miller’s Mash Up debuts on Comedy Central tonight (12:30am/11:30 pm CT), and the network’s released a clip demonstrating the concept of the show, which illustrates standup comedy with intercut live-action representations of what the comic’s saying. And the clip features none other than our own Chris Hardwick with a riff on Ted Nugent and Ted Nugent’s roadie.

Oh, and our own Jonah Ray did it, too. Here he is on the comedic value of pushing people into pools. Wet Jonah!

And our own Pete Holmes on how he treats women in his dreams:


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  1. Skigh says:

    In case anybody else is wondering – pilot episode is here

  2. @scott: Re: Jimmy Pardo’s show… This should please you (though you missed the tapings):

  3. scott says:

    I hate that comedy central is sending “Mash-Up” to its death. 12:30 on a Tuesday night, nobody will be watching, and believe me i want to watch this show but I cant because i have school in the morning. they should put it on before “Key and Peele” or “Tosh”. at least give me the chance to see it when humans are functioning. that aside shout-out for tj miller and the creators of “Mash-Up” for putting out an awesome looking show. PS – i really wish Jimmy Pardo’s show got picked up

  4. Vincent S says:

    lol, I can’t unsee Badman on the Pete reel. also, lol, he just kept on dancing that sweet Puerto Rican tune as the sexy lady ran away.

  5. Louie says:

    @Tom S. – I think the only logical explanation is that your DVR is a time machine.

  6. Alec says:

    Sorry, this video is unavailable from your location.

  7. Tom Steele says:

    It was an hour long so it was the pilot. looks like the new episodes are just a half hour.

  8. I know they’ve been running the pilot (previously aired) recently; might be that. The other possibility is that they ran it the way HBO runs stuff unannounced in the middle of the night for copyright purposes. But the show’s on tonight (12:30 am Eastern early October 10th, 11:30 pm Central late October 9th), or at least that’s what the network says and what’s in the schedule…

  9. Tom Steele says:

    For some reason my DVR already recorded it at 2:30 am this morning.