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Off with the gloves and onto the stage go funny men and women armed with their best barbs and looking for a comedy knockout. TruTV's half-hour competition series features three comics in each episode battling in fast-paced challenges, with points awarded based on positive crowd reactions. One-upmanship is the goal as competitors attempt to land massive comedy blows and whip the crowd into a frenzy of raucous laughter. A final round decides the champion, and the least-funny participant is ultimately forced to face the crowd and apologize. Comic Damien Lemon hosts.

Latest episodes

aired 20 days ago
Josh Wolf explains how southerners dress; Mo Mandel knows an evil hot air balloon pilot when he sees one; Dulce Sloan and Mo make a hair-touching arrangement.
aired 20 days ago
Tamer Kattan shares his obsession with pigtails; Gina Yashere knows what would have been tweeted from the Garden of Eden; Sean Patton does a few laps around the stage.
aired 20 days ago
The reason why Dulce Sloan needs a dome-shaped casket at her funeral; what Josh Wolf would not say at a woman's march; the soundtrack Pete Lee thinks is playing in hell.
aired 20 days ago
The part of Morgan Murphy's body that is like an apple; Sean Patton gets fired up over balls; Yassier Lester is the self-proclaimed "real male feminist in the game."
aired 21 days ago
Sean Patton has a minor breakdown; Julian McCullough proves he should never chaperone a school dance; Marcella Arguello rises above all the height bashing.
aired 21 days ago
Ahamed Weinberg explains why he prefers Asians; Alonzo Bodden wants to beat up Ahamed; Lynne Koplitz recognizes her own past in one unfortunate audience member.
aired 21 days ago
Arden Myrin is so horny because of all the denim and facial hair on the panel; Randy Liedtke nails Brendon Walsh's movie doppelgänger; Brendon thinks Arden's actually just a bunch of mice in a human suit.
aired 46 days ago
Julian McCullough knows what not to tell his kids about sex; Arden Myrin reveals Julian is a mistake she'd make at a wedding; Joel Kim Booster makes an impassioned defense of a famous chef with bleach tips.
aired 46 days ago
Arden Myrin, Matteo Lane and an artisanal pickle maker have something in common; Arden's undies dance gets Josh Wolf hot and bothered.
aired 46 days ago
Megan Neuringer gets crazy eyes, Noah Gardenswartz knows what not to say during brain surgery, and Clayton English is convinced that a major pop star is watching him.
aired 46 days ago
Dave Hill confesses who he has on the brain; J.P. McDade takes a shot at Dave's career; Ali Kolbert reveals her side hustle.
aired 47 days ago
Sara Schaefer knows what not to say in a search party; Joel Kim Booster explains why grandfathers do not trust him; Yassir Lester knows all about Joel's longest relationship.
aired 47 days ago
Gina Yashere obsesses over the contents of a crowd member's pants; Joel Kim Booster knows exactly what not to say as a Pilates teacher; Dave Hill tries a unique style of crowd work.
aired 47 days ago
Comic Yamaneika Saunders discusses blind dates; comic Julian McCullough has get-rich schemes up his sleeves; comic Jessimae Peluso brings Yamaneika to tears.
aired 47 days ago
Moshe Kasher does the best victory dance ever; Clayton English and Moshe get real playing patty cakes; Natasha Leggero reveals two men in one from her past.
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Michelle Buteau knows exactly what millennials say, Cipha Sounds has a surprising favorite dance move, and Shane Torres explains what makes Cipha different from other DJs.
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Thomas Dale puts a spell on Damien Lemon; Ali Kolbert knows what Thomas does to relax; Matthew Broussard reveals Ali's favorite board game.
aired 68 days ago
Dave Hill knows what not to say during a protest; Arden Myrin reveals how throwing shade can make America great again; Tone Bell finds out what age rednecks start border patrol.
aired 68 days ago
Noah Gardenswartz knows what not to say as a drug dealer; Gina Yashere pulls no punches about juice cleanses; Matteo Lane reveals which Easter bunny he'd swipe right for.
aired 70 days ago
Arden Myrin hits on Tone Bell's tight beard like a third base coach; Tone knows what Arden hates about pharmacists; Kyle Kinane shares his idea of what a "cat bath" is.
aired 70 days ago
Jessimae Peluso makes an impassioned plea to the Church of Scientology; Clayton English explains how Jessimae's name and trailer parks are synonymous; Noah Gardenswartz worries about his weight.

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