Nick Thune on The Late Late Show with James Corden

It took a few months, but The Late Late Show with James Corden finally welcomed its first stand-up comedian to the show to perform stand-up.

Although Nick Thune took the idea and ran with it, arriving onstage in black-tie with an acceptance speech prepared for the award he held proclaiming him “First Comedian” on the show. And Corden interrupted the set frequently. And Thune got Reggie Watts involved, too. But not before playing his “greatest hits” and reminding us all of the time he broke his guitar-playing hand.

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