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Nick Wiger

Nick Wiger is an American comedian, improviser, podcast personality, and television writer. He is the co-founder and co-host (with actor and comedian Mike Mitchell) of the popular weekly podcast Doughboys,[1] which reviews chain restaurants with guests and includes additional segments centered around snack food and related topics. As of June 2019, he is also the co-host (with Heather Anne Campbell) of How Did This Get Played?,[2] a podcast about low-rated, weird, and wonderful video games. As a television writer, Wiger's extensive career spans a wide range of work including the FOX sketch show Party Over Here (where he was head writer), Sarah Silverman's I Love You, America, the long-running Comedy Central game show @midnight, and the TV show version of Scott Aukerman's Comedy Bang! Bang!
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  • Mar 16 2021

    Nick Wiger

    On this week's episode, Alana and her guest Nick Wiger (Doughboys Podcast, How Did This Get Played? Podcast) talk about phone-free Sundays, Alana's text anxiety and how Nick is now best friends with Alana's dad!
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