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Rob and Nate Corddry Find Their Place on TV

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Rob and Nate Corddry Find Their Place on TV

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Rob and Nate Corddry Find Their Place on TV

Rob and Nate Corddry Find Their Place on TV

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Brothers Rob and Nate Corddry are both former correspondents on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

Now Rob Corddry has a new Fox sitcom, The Winner (by the creators of The Family Guy), about a 32-year-old virgin who still lives at home. It airs on Sunday nights.

Nate Corddry currently plays a TV performer and writer on the show Studio 60, which airs Monday nights on NBC.

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