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Throughout its evolution from live comedy program to a four-year stint on Manhattan-based public access TV, and finally making the jump to a fully-distributed comedy network, "The Chris Gethard Show" has featured one constant -- its namesake host. Produced by Funny or Die, the series features Gethard -- an alumnus of NYC's Upright Citizens Brigade -- leading a panel of comedian friends and other guests, along with a rambunctious studio audience, through a series of games and bizarre stunts. The interactive experience is broadcast live from New York City, allowing it to include fans from around the world calling in to participate in the controlled chaos.

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Actor Paul Rudd joins the party.
aired 30 days ago
Chris and New York Knicks forward Michael Beasley hear from callers who explain why their city is the (second) best in the world.
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Chris Gethard hosts a quirky variety show with a panel of guests and calls from viewers.
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Chris and guests Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata play pot brownie roulette.
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A special guest pushes Chris out of his comfort zone.
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Actress Aubrey Plaza visits, as callers choose between heartfelt questions and idiotic topics.
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"Veep" actor Matt Walsh visits and finds Chris locked inside a metal cage; Matt and viewers must complete challenges to free Chris, or he will be covered in 100 pounds of human hair.
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Chris and friends open a Pandora's box of call-in topics ranging from totally inappropriate to incredibly stupid, eventually leading to the most uncomfortable question of all time.
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Actor Will Ferrell, the show's executive producer, comes by to make sure the show is firing on all cylinders.
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Comic-actress Abbi Jacobson helps Chris give away cars.
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Chris Gethard and his friends welcome actors Paul Scheer and Jason Mantzoukas.
aired 210 days ago
Chris Gethard hosts a quirky variety show with a panel of guests and calls from viewers.
aired 212 days ago
Chris Gethard hosts a quirky variety show with a panel of guests and calls from viewers.
aired 217 days ago
Chris Gethard hosts a quirky variety show with a panel of guests and calls from viewers.
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After blowing the budget in Atlantic City, N.J., Chris promises to put on a finale for nearly no money; comic Hannibal Buress and rapper Talib Kweli join the action as callers share stories about their worst financial decisions.
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Chris Gethard and his comic friends welcome Rob Corddry.
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Chris Gethard and his comic friends welcome Gillian Jacobs.
aired 224 days ago
"Meth and Geth Talk About Death" best moments.
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Chris Gethard embraces failure; viewers call in to share tales of their greatest failures; TV show host Seth Meyers faces impossible odds, only to fail over and over again.
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Chris Gethard welcomes Ellie Kemper; single fans go on first dates.
aired 232 days ago
Chris Gethard hosts a quirky variety show with a panel of guests and calls from viewers.

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