NLO Shows

NLO 1431: Laugh After Dark EXPOSED!

Sorry for the clickbait title! Patrick talks about receiving an offer to do a comedy “special” for the fine folks at Laugh After Dark. His self-esteem is not at a peak, and he thinks the idea of doing a comedy special in this climate is crazy, as well as his complete inadequacy when it comes to quality and quantity of comedic talent. Rob, one of the producers of Laugh After Dark, joins the chat because apparently someone has tipped him off about the discussion. Patrick runs a bunch of insane requirements and ideas by Rob, who seems more amused by some than others. Two things are clear – there will be a standing ovation and there will be a performance by the UNLV drumlins.

Bonus Stuff

Sunday Funday! Krummy Komedy

It’s SUNDAY! It’s FUNDAY! It’s time to see what’s wrong in the world according to Patrick. We’ve got rumors swirling and comedy to watch! Pour yourself a glass of Tang and let’s get to it! Thai is removed from a show by local comedy mom Irma Ruiz, and he isn’t happy about it. That’s not going to stop him from pretending to be Unbothered for 30 minutes about it. Our friend TommyNC2010 calls in to talk about dead dads, and of course tries to turn the conversation political and controversial. Vegas comedian Angie Krum has been taunting her new comedy special, but Patrick can’t believe it’s only ten minutes long. Some chat members are frothed over Patrick krumming the water, but is it worth it?

Featured Videos

Sunday Funday! April 17, 2022

Join Patrick and his puppets for a night of wholesome family sketches that teach valuable lessons to our youth! Jkjk it’s our usual Sunday night hang, and Patrick is catching up on things he doesn’t know about. Tim C in the chat points out that Thai has taken part in a comedy showcase special on Amazon Prime and we decide we should download, watch and review it live. Not only is Thai in this production piss-bucket of a show, several familiar faces make an appearance! We also check in on the latest on his Youtube channel, which definitely has some fuzzy math going on. We remember Roy Johnson and his comedy prowess by watching some old footage.