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Every year, thousands of nerds converge on San Diego for the biggest comic book convention in the world: Comic-Con. In this episode, Chris Hardwick and his panel piece together what happened at this year's event.
Jonah Ray and Kumail Nanjiani host a weekly live comedy show in Los Angeles featuring some of the biggest names in the alt-comedy scene. The pair discuss certain topics, broken up with interstitial sets from their guests.
I think this is an alright show. The guests are good, and the conversations are fun to watch. It has the potential to be better, though.
One big problem with the show is the stand-up comedians. There have been one or two decent comedians, but most are extremely unfunny and hard to watch. I thought Ron Funches was good, though.
One part of the show that I find enjoyable is the "BBC-een it?". Its a game they play with the guests where they show the title and describe the plot of a supposed television show on the BBC. The guests have to guess if the show is real or not. I like this part, it's fun to watch, especially if you are familiar with British television.
Overall, it's an okay show.
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