close menu
Last Night On @midnight: Undateable Night with Ron Funches, Rick Glassman, Brent Morin

Last Night On @midnight: Undateable Night with Ron Funches, Rick Glassman, Brent Morin

LogoAtMidnightThe new NBC sitcom Undateable debuts on May 29th at 9/8c, and three of the stars of that particular show, Ron Funchesr, Rick Glassman, and Brent Morin, visited @midnight with Chris Hardwick on Comedy Central last night. The topics ranged from Lemonheads — the candy, not the band — and that periodic table-based high school yearbook quote to disturbing dating profiles and an appropriate subject for #HashtagWars.


OKcreepy – Kill It With Fire

Rapid Refresh – Lemonheads and Walmart DVDs

#HashtagWars – #UndateableBecause

Unboxing Day – A Murderer Knows A Murderer

New Webby Awards – Let’s Hear Your Gem

See the whole episode by clicking here.

Next up: Moshe Kasher, Matt Jones, and Whitney Cummings, tonight at 12/11c on Comedy Central, right after The Colbert Report. Follow the show’s Tumblr and, of course, make sure you’re following the Twitter account. If you want to see the show tape in person here in L.A., you can, for free; just click here for details. And you can watch full episodes of @midnight via the new Comedy Central App for iPhone and iPad: click here to get it.


  1. Alexander says:

    I live in Norway and i used to LOVE watching @midnight on the Comedy Central site. That is, until they shut me out. The videos are not available to my region anymore. 
    This really blows. I know it´s all about the licensing and advertising, but for me, the situation right now is you guys are making great content that I want to watch, but you’re keeping it from me. 
     Are they seriously waiting for a norwegian network to pick these episodes up a year or two from now? 

    Please, Chris Hardwick, you have all the sense, help me! Stop this, and bring me your wonderful content back. Free your genius from outdated business models and distribute @midnight independently, and equally, across all regions. It´s the internet, after all, and sharing is caring.