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@midnight Last Night: Michael Showalter, Kerry Kenney-Silver, Michael Ian Black

@midnight Last Night: Michael Showalter, Kerry Kenney-Silver, Michael Ian Black

LogoAtMidnight@midnight with Chris Hardwick on Comedy Central hosted a little reunion of The State last night, and Michael Showalter, Kerry Kenney-Silver, and Michael Ian Black played the game while a few more familiar faces came by to make things even more special. (You DID see the picture of all of them with Chris, right?)

And you can see it here in the clips:

The State Reunites on @Midnight

Cringe-Worthy – Bieber’s Bed Stains

#HashtagWars – #SadTVShows

Special Skills – No Left Side

Rapid Refresh – Pharrell’s Grammy Hat

See the whole episode by clicking here.

Tonight, it’s Myq Kaplan, Jamie Lee, and Steve Agee, 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. And if you want to see the show tape in person here in L.A., you can, for free; just click here for details.


  • .
    The State Reunion!!!!
    That was INCREDIBLE!. The State sketch show was and is one of the all time best. Its wonderful to see how its members have gone on to make so much great comedy. Last nites @midnight was such a treat! Thanks Chris and Team @midnight.

    Peace & Porquipine Racetracks


  • I hope @midnight realizes that they’re going to have to do Monty Python, Kids In The Hall, The Ben Stiller Show, In Living Color, and Upright Citizens Brigade reunions, now. Because this was amazing.

    Hell, throw Broken Lizard in there, too. They don’t need reuniting, but why not get them all on?

  • I hope the @midnight guys realize this opens the floodgates.

    I expect reunions of In Living Color, The Ben Stiller Show, and Upright Citizens Brigade, next.

    Hell, I’ll throw in Monty Python and Broken Lizard, too.

  • I laughed last night, but the joke where everybody kept showing up in the audience and all over the stage wasn’t as great, and it seemed to eat up a lot of time.
    I don’t think I’ve heard of The State before this, and maybe if I had, I would have gotten more out of it, though I did recognize Ken Marino and David Wain from Children’s hospital.