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All Star Celebrity Bowling

The Nerdist Channel Presents “All Star Celebrity Bowling” #5: Music ‘n’ Comedy!

What goes better with bowling than music? Well, okay, maybe beer. And shoe deodorizer. But we have a team of comedian/musicians taking on even more comedian/musicians on Team Nerdist in a bowling showdown this week, so Team Shoe Deodorizer will have to wait its turn. You’ll see Reggie Watts, Nick Thune, Kate Micucci, and Bo Burnham challenge Team Nerdist, including Chris, Mike Phirman, Riki Lindhome, and Eli Braden, comedian/musicians all. Wait, Kate and Riki are on different teams? Garfunkel vs. Oates? Oh, it is ON.

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  1. Hinchy says:

    The cat board is cool! Any chance we can get the individual scores (or just a show on show update on Chris’ performance)

  2. gladly says:

    These are so much fun. Kate Micucci is a tiny, gentle, unassuming bowling assassin, and Reggie’s victory stroll after his strike was fantastic.

  3. Lucy says:

    Each week gets better and better! Keep it up, guys. 🙂

  4. calfaro says:

    Love All Star Celebrity Bowling. The format just lends itself to endless possibilities for match-ups.

    other than bowling against cool tv show people, id love for team nerdist to bowl against other podcast crews like Carolla’s crew, Doug Benson and friends, Earwolf guys, maybe even Ira Glass/Birbiglia and others from This american life or the dudes from Radiolab.

  5. JetpackBlues says:

    “This is the only phys-EE-cal thing I can DOO!”

    Fuck a mid-life crisis, you’re still battling puberty at 40!

  6. CXRengel says:

    This special may be the “Yoko Ono” that spurs the breakup of Garfunkel and Oates. (And , who knew Kate Micucci could bowl so well?)