Live at Gotham

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Live at Gotham
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Genre Stand-up comedy
Original languageEnglish
Original network Comedy Central
Original releaseJuly 21, 2006 (2006-07-21) 
December 11, 2009 (2009-12-11)

Live at Gotham is a standup comedy television show airing on Comedy Central in the United States. [1] The show features up and coming stand up comedians performing live at the Gotham Comedy Club in New York City. It premiered on July 21, 2006.



Season 1 (2006)

EpisodeOriginal air dateHostComedians (in order of appearance)
104July 21, 2006 Christopher Titus Joe DeVito, KT Tatara, Marianne Sierk, Eddie Pence, David Crowe, Tom Simmons
102July 28, 2006 Greg Behrendt Jeff Mac, Mike Yard, Jesse Joyce, Kristen Schaal, Chad Daniels, Dave Nystrom
103August 4, 2006 Patton Oswalt Andy Borowitz, Dave Mordal, John Mulaney, Susan Prekel, Dan Cummins, Ian Edwards
105August 11, 2006 Bill Burr Matt Fulchiron, Darryl Lenox, Tommy Johnagin, Kjell Bjorgen, Karen Rontowski, Kirk Fox
106August 25, 2006 Joe Rogan Drake Witham, Jordan Carlos, Mike Black, Andrew Norelli, Dan Sally, Chris Porter
101September 1, 2006 Sommore Flip Schultz, Jay Larson, Veronica Mosey, Jeff Caldwell, John Wessling, Auggie Smith

Season 2 (2007)

EpisodeOriginal air dateHostComedians (in order of appearance)
201May 18, 2007 Artie Lange Al Jackson, Jeremy Schacter, Amanda Melson, Geoff Keith, Kurt Metzger, Joey Gay
207May 25, 2007 Lewis Black Jacob Sirof, Dan Rothenberg, Steve Wilson, Andi Smith, Ryan Stout, John Bowman
205June 1, 2007 Jim Breuer Gerry Dee, John Ramsey, Pete Dominick, Freddy Lockhart, Lisa DeLarios, Bryan Callen
208June 8, 2007 Gabriel Iglesias Lachlan Patterson, Dave Landau, Rory Scovel, Sherry Sirof, Sheng Wang, Joe Klocek
206June 22, 2007 Jeffrey Ross Michael Kosta, Julie Goldman, Dan Boulger, Eric Andre, John Hoogasian, Brian Scolaro
203June 29, 2007 Andy Kindler Ryan Hamilton, Jonah Ray, Amy Schumer, Bryan Gutmann, Tom Sharpe, Vargus Mason
204July 6, 2007 Robert Schimmel Julian McCullough, Gerard Guillory, Doug Mellard, Cristela Alonzo, Ryan Belleville, Tom Segura
202July 13, 2007 Dana Gould John Evans, Gina Brillon, Louis Katz, Paul Varghese, Malik S., Jamie Kaler

Season 3 (2008)

EpisodeOriginal air dateHostComedians (in order of appearance)
301June 6, 2008 Jeff Dunham Erik Griffin, JR Brow, Jared Logan, Anjelah Johnson, Michael Palascak, Lenny Marcus
303June 13, 2008 Ralphie May Kevin Camia, James Smith, Roger Hailes, Brad Williams, Brent Weinbach, Baron Vaughn
307June 20, 2008 D. L. Hughley Paul Ogata, Myq Kaplan, Josh Homer, Liz Miele, Shane Mauss, Theo Von
302June 27, 2008 Jim Norton Rob O'Reilly, Nate Bargatze, Erin Jackson, Mike Vecchione, Mo Mandel, Ryan Dalton
305July 11, 2008 Kevin Hart Joe List, Vince Averill, Na'im Lynn, Matt McCarthy, Lucas Molandes, T.J. Miller
306July 18, 2008 Rich Vos Ryan Sickler, Bob Biggerstaff, Hugh Moore, Chelsea Peretti, Hari Kondabolu, Mike DeStefano
308July 25, 2008 Daniel Tosh Matt Braunger, Hannibal Buress, Owen Benjamin, Mary Mack, Nigel Lawrence, Adam Devine
304August 1, 2008 Tommy Davidson Bengt Washburn, Noe Gonzalez, Geoff Tate, Erin Judge, Raj Desai, Jon Dore

Season 4 (2009)

EpisodeOriginal air dateHostComedians (in order of appearance)
405October 16, 2009 Jo Koy Debra DiGiovanni, Cory Fernandez, Andy Ritchie, Taylor Williamson, Reese Waters, Wil Sylvince
402October 23, 2009 Bobby Lee Iliza Shlesinger, Dustin Ybarra, Patrick Keane, Don Friesen, Nick Cobb, Chris D'Elia
408October 30, 2009 Judah Friedlander Andy Woodhull, Gina Yashere, Alex Koll, Chuck Watkins, Randy Kagan, Ron G
407November 6, 2009 Paul F. Tompkins Nick Kroll, Eric Krug, Kent Haines, Thai Rivera, Daniel Kilpatrick, Kumail Nanjiani
404November 13, 2009 Charlie Murphy Quinn Dahle, Edwin San Juan, Dave Waite, Gabriel Rutledge, Sean Patton, Tiffany Haddish
406November 20, 2009 Doug Benson Moshe Kasher, Jarrod Harris, Brent Sullivan, TuRae, Harris Wittels, Donald Glover
403December 4, 2009 Rob Riggle Jeff Dye, Jon Huck, Vanessa Graddick, Sean Sullivan, Kyle Kinane, Mike E. Winfield
401December 11, 2009 Jim Jefferies Dan Soder, Glenn Wool, Jay Phillips, Tim Harmston, Joe Mande, Jason Good

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