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@midnight Last Night: Nikki Glaser, Ron Funches, Neal Brennan

Nikki Glaser, Ron Funches, and Neal Brennan were the comedians on display last night on @midnight with Chris Hardwick on Comedy Central, making comedy out of Puppy Bowl contestants, Lil Za, celebrity crimes, LinkedIn job titles, Goth webcam confessions, and much more frivolity.

Clips or it didn’t happen? Well, then, clips:

Linked Out – Sky Mall Security Guard

Goth Confessions – Spiders and Pancakes

Rapid Refresh – Searching for Lil Za

Texts From Last Night – Does Anyone Know Where I Am?

#HashtagWars – #CelebrityCrimes

See the whole episode by clicking here.

Tonight, it’s Mike Lawrence, Jen Kirkman, and Paul F. Tompkins, visible to the naked eye via televisual apparatus 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, because you don’t want to be found in Contempt of Courtney Cox. (HT: Neal)

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  1. Paul says:

    MAN Ron Funches absolutely killed it in this ep! I laughed my ass off!

  2. Rob says:

    Awesome show, as usual. Just have to say his name so it has been typed three times in the last five years; Adam Carolla. Brush your teeth kids

  3. Illusion-XIII says:

    Thank you Nikki Glaser for being a funny human being, and for bringing your sense of humor to this show. Thank you also for, coincidentally, having two X chromosomes, which really has very little to do with whether a person is funny or not, but does have the appealing side benefit of making you an attractive female. Thank you for being one of several funny human beings who have appeared on this show, some of whom have been male, others of whom were female (if there were any trans, I don’t mean to overlook, I just didn’t realize, so great job!). It’s great to see that this show exists to prove that human beings can be funny, though of course comedy is subjective, so any given individual will be funnier to some people than they will to others. But I’m glad nobody would be dumb enough to draw that line based on something as arbitrary as gender, at least not on Nerdist. We appeal to a classier sort than that, wouldn’t you say? Anyone else, well they can always listen to Adam Carolla, and let him give them an excuse for their delightfully primitive gender politics.

  4. Dave says:

    Thank you Nikki Glaser for being the one funny female that appears on this show. Other than you, I’d think this show existed only to prove Adam Carolla is correct.