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Adam DeVine's House Party

Adam DeVine's House Party
Genre Comedy
Starring Adam DeVine
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 18 (list of episodes)
Original channel Comedy Central
Picture format 16:9 HDTV
Original release October 24, 2013 (2013-10-24) – present
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Adam DeVine's House Party is an American comedy television series on Comedy Central starring Adam DeVine that is part stand-up comedy show and part sitcom.[1] It premiered with an eight-episode season on October 24, 2013.[2] The second season began on September 9, 2014, before moving to its regular Thursday timeslot on September 11.[3]

The premise of the show is that, in each episode, DeVine is hosting a house party at which three stand-up comedians perform on a stage in the backyard. At the beginning and end of the show, as well as between sets, there are scripted scenes involving DeVine and, usually, the three comedians, revolving around some plot related to the party.[2] The first season was set at, and filmed in, a house in Los Angeles, while the second season is set at, and filmed in, a bar in New Orleans.[1]

In the first season, there was a recurring joke in which some or many of the partygoers leave early to attend a party at comedian Jeff Ross's house, to which DeVine is never invited.[4]


The show was a longtime idea of DeVine's, based on house parties he had attended, as well as on the TV show The Larry Sanders Show, which was a hybrid of talk show and sitcom.[5]

The show's scripted scenes are written by DeVine and Scotty Landes.[4] Kyle Newacheck, DeVine's costar on Workaholics, is the co-creator of the show, as well as its director, and also occasionally appears onscreen as the director of the show-within-the-show.[4]

Many of the comedians who perform are friends of DeVine's from his own stand-up comedy career.[5]

The first season was filmed at a house in Chatsworth in Los Angeles, California that also served as Mike Tyson's house for the film The Hangover.[5] The second season was filmed at Bamboula's, a bar in New Orleans.


Season 1 (2013)

No.  Title  Original air date 
1 "Ex-Girlfriend" October 24, 2013 (2013-10-24)
Adam loses his mind when a friend brings Adam's ex-girlfriend to the house party. Featuring comedians Ahmed Bharoocha, Andrew Santino and Barry Rothbart.
2 "Neighbor Party" October 31, 2013 (2013-10-31)
Adam's neighbors aren't thrilled with the urine aftermath on their lawn. Featuring comedians Liza Treyger, Josh Rabinowitz and Sean Donnelly. Guest appearances by Matt McCarthy, Jay Leggett, Laurel Coppock, and the band Palma Violets.
3 "Foam Party" November 7, 2013 (2013-11-07)
How much foam do you need for a house party orgy? Featuring comedians Ron Funches, Drennon Davis and Brent Morin.
4 "Dregory" November 14, 2013 (2013-11-14)
Adam gets blackout drunk and booby-traps his mansion "Home Alone" style. Featuring comedians Matthew Broussard, Matt Koff and Asif Ali. Guest appearance by John Heard.
5 "Front Yard Comedy" November 21, 2013 (2013-11-21)
One lucky guest doles out jokes to passed out drunks at the front door of Adam's party. Featuring comedians Annie Lederman, Austin Anderson and Hampton Yount.
6 "Stunt Audition" December 5, 2013 (2013-12-05)
Adam literally blows up his own party in an attempt to win a role in a pal's new action movie. Featuring comedians Brooks Wheelan, Pete Davidson and Adam Ray.
7 "Lady Troopers" December 12, 2013 (2013-12-12)
A two-story beer bong and $1400 worth of Girl Scout cookies get Adam's party bumping. Featuring comedians Ron Babcock, the Lucas Brothers and Sam Simmons. Guest appearance by Johnny Milhiser
8 "Space Jam II" December 19, 2013 (2013-12-19)
Super Steve skydives from outer space right into Adam's house party. Featuring comedians Kevin Barnett, Esther Povitsky and Byron Bowers.

Season 2 (2014)

No.  Title  Original air date 
1 "King Cake, Baby!" September 9, 2014 (2014-09-09)
A combination of a marijuana-laced king cake, painkillers and absinthe make for an unwelcome introduction to New Orleans. Featuring comedians Ian Karmel, Aparna Nancherla and Brendan Lynch.
2 "Adam Killed a Man" September 11, 2014 (2014-09-11)
A prank on Kyle goes too far. Featuring comedians Randy Liedtke, Rob Christensen and Kristen Schaal.
3 "The Séance" September 18, 2014 (2014-09-18)
After a bad experience at a séance, Adam runs into trouble while hosting performances from Matteo Lane, Mark Serritella and Erik Griffin.
4 "Poboy" September 25, 2014 (2014-09-25)
After getting a sign from above, Adam adopts a kid and hosts performances from Rick Glassman, Monroe Martin and Kurt Braunohler.
5 "The Wolf of Bourbon Street" October 2, 2014 (2014-10-02)
Adam hosts Alingon Mitra, Cy Amundson and Ben Roy and desperately tries to take his house party back to the golden age of stand-up: the 1980s.
6 "Potagooo" October 9, 2014 (2014-10-09)
Adam welcomes Crystian Ramirez, Billy Bonnell and Kevin Christy to his house party.
7 "Marriage Material" October 16, 2014 (2014-10-16)
Featuring comedians Dave Thomason, John McKeever, and Nikki Glaser.
8 "A Good Day To Direct Hard" October 23, 2014 (2014-10-23)
Very serious artistry. Featuring comedians Make Bridenstine, Sam Morril, and Tone Bell.
9 "Flip Cup Twins" October 30, 2014 (2014-10-30)
Adam and his twin brother Jerome attempt to break a world record. Featuring comedians Sabrina Jalees, Nick Rutherford, and Jesus Trejo.
10 "Non-Stop Dance Party" November 6, 2014 (2014-11-06)
Adam refuses to stop partying. Featuring comedians Joe Pera, Thomas Dale, and Rell Battle.


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