James Adomian makes late-night TV debut on Lopez Tonight, considers gayness of wrestling, villians

You may remember seeing James Adomian on NBC's Last Comic Standing, or perhaps you remember hearing him on the Comedy Bang Bang podcast (or perhaps even still, you already know him from reading about him here on The Comic's Comic.

Regardless, late-night TV audiences got to see Adomian for the first time last night on Lopez Tonight. He did what few stand-up comedians do in their debut performances on late-night TV, in disclosing his sexuality right at the beginning, but did so to segue into his routines about how pro wrestling is more gay-friendly than you probably thought, while cartoonish villians always seem to be gayer than you realized.

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If you'd like to see more of Adomian's Jesse Ventura impersonation, then recall this video he did last year for Funny or Die in which Adomian's Jesse Ventura explored the "conspiracy theory" behind pro wrestling.

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