01:08 — Todd Barry admits how long it took him to plan his set for The Meltdown and chats with an audience member about her tattoos.
01:22 — When Rhea Butcher tells people she plays on a weekend baseball team, they often second-guess which sport she's playing.
01:58 — Joel Kim Booster asks a few men in The Meltdown audience how they feel about pornography and reveals the hardest thing about being a gay man in L.A.
02:21 — Fan Brian Posehn mourns the loss of several wrestlers, including the still-living Hulk Hogan.
01:21 — After Maria Bamford compares the odds of making it in Hollywood to the chances of finding true love, she realizes something very disturbing.
02:19 — Baron Vaughn talks about how he's dealing with the recent epidemic of police brutality against black men in America.
01:02 — Ian Karmel imagines what Shaquille O'Neal's life would be if basketball didn't exist -- and it's not pleasant.
01:14 — Guy Branum feels like he has a unique understanding of the Catholic Church even though he doesn't agree with many of its ideals.
02:12 — Kumail and Steven Yeun try to convince Jonah that aliens are real, and Jonah pretends to consult Neil deGrasse Tyson -- at the worst possible moment.
02:45 — Jonah and Kumail figure out their porn names, and Solomon Georgio and Emily Gordon talk crime and deportation in the greenroom.
01:45 — Solomon Georgio asks a very heterosexual man in the audience a hypothetical question.
01:18 — Paul F. Tompkins wonders why there's no song to help us remember numbers -- and then he comes up with a disturbing theory.
01:16 — When Kumail tries to pull off a classic American fashion staple, Jonah lets him know it's not working.
01:43 — Michelle Buteau's attempt to get a coveted hairstyle ended up being a complete failure.
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- Premiered: July 24, 2014
- Rating: TV-MA
- Premise: Stand-up comedians perform in the back of a comic-book store on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles in this series hosted by Jonah Ray and Kumail Nanjiani. (more)
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