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WWE Star Dolph Ziggler To Appear On Comedy Central Show

WWE Star Dolph Ziggler To Appear On Comedy Central Show

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  • August 1, 2020
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The SmackDown Showoff took to social media to promote a cameo next Wednesday on Comedy Central show @Midnight.
Dolph Ziggler’s episode will air on Wednesday, June 21, at 11:30 p.m. EST.
Here’s Ziggler’s post:

It’s official: Wednesday, I take my talents west To @midnight to win the internet!!! & compare skinny-ties with @hardwick – @HEELZiggler 7:55 AM – 15 Jun 2017
https://twitter.com/HEELZiggler/status/875366214628814850
For those of you unfamiliar with the show, here’s a synopsis:
Each episode features three celebrities competing against one another in a series of Internet-inspired improv games, which vary from episode to episode.

Host Chris Hardwick begins each game by introducing an Internet meme that is trending that day, and asks the panel of celebrities to craft a funny response or choose the correct answer among multiple choices. Contestants are awarded points by Hardwick (who loudly announces “Points!”) for each funny or correct answer.
The show is taped live, then edited for time. Because of this, scores appear to change somewhat randomly between segments.
This continues through about five segments, after which the third-place contestant is usually eliminated from the game and is doused in red light. Hardwick then introduces the final game – “FTW” (For The Win) – and tosses to a commercial break, during which the remaining two contestants craft their responses.

After returning from commercial, Hardwick “wipes” the remaining celebrities’ scores and reads each of their (anonymous) answers in turn. The comedian whose response generates the most laughter/applause from the studio audience “wins the Internet.”

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