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“Workaholics” vs. Workaholic on “All-Star Celebrity Bowling”

Chris Hardwick’s All-Star Celebrity Bowling returns on the Nerdist Channel with Team Nerdist taking on Team Workaholics — Blake Anderson, Adam DeVine, Anders Holm, and Kyle Newacheck, the creators and stars of Comedy Central’s Workaholics. Who’s on Team Nerdist? Chris Hardwick, of course. Also Chris Hardwick, Chris Hardwick, and Chris Hardwick. He works hard for the money… er, victory.

Watch Workaholics Wednesday nights 10/9c on Comedy Central. Tonight (January 23rd), see the new episode “A TelAmericah Horror Story.”

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  1. boB says:

    @three toes: Holy crap that’s bad… it doesn’t do the man any favors that the aspect ratio is stretched, either. LOL

  2. Cmcg says:

    Chris, I once scored a 3 and another game an 8. I feel so ashamed watching you bowl, you magnificent beast.

  3. bastien says:

    I feel kind of icky saying this, but it’s undeniable: this episode was totally tight butthole.

  4. I guess being the hardest (Hardwikiest?) man in show business means Chris has no friends to bowl with? Amirite, guys?

    Note: QuasarSniffer has no podcast, Youtube show, media empire, or even friends to speak of, but he still feels secure making fun of someone her admires. THANKS INTERNET!

  5. Patty Marvel says:

    Chris Hardwick, the hardest working man in showbiz. He’s like James Brown, but skinny, white and breathing.

  6. Three Toes of Fury says:

    good call boB! coulda had the dude with the emo hair AND the dude with the blond hair and suit!

  7. boB says:

    They should have gotten the guy from Shipmates! I heard his dad was a professional bowler.

  8. Chuck W. says:

    778 all by your lonesome. Most impressive Big C. What is you best series? 500, 600, did you get the hallowed 800?

  9. Jake Raven says:

    Just watched and enjoyed this. The Hardwick x 4 thing was weird though. On the plus side, it gave more time for Chris to do his bits. But on the other side, I don’t understand why he didn’t have a team? It ‘s a bit like if they had an episode of Friends where Chandler walks in to Central Perk by himself and spends 24 minutes talking to Gunther. With no explanation of where the others are. So why the solo angle?