Here's the thing. Stand-up comedians have a tough road if they want to win NBC's America's Got Talent. You know it. I know it. Even judge Howie Mandel knows it. So it's interesting to watch the path of Philadelphia-based stand-up Doogie Horner, who faced a hostile crowd at his first performance, had no crowd outside of the judges in his Vegas performance, and now had to perform live in primetime tonight in Hollywood as the only stand-up remaining in the field. How'd he do?

Roll the clip and find out! And if you see it tonight and dial his digits 1-800-602-4805 before the voting period ends, maybe you'll see him make the final 12. Certainly, all three judges were impressed by his delivery and overall silliness. Roll it.