Drawing audiences of 200 people, The Nights of Our Lives has quickly become one of the most popular shows at the UCB. Its popularity is, in part, based on its singularity. Nights of Our Lives is not sketch or improv based but is, instead, a reading series. That's right, the UCB has gone all cultured and dignified. Each month, five of New York's finest comedians present a personal real-life story based on that month's theme. For instance past shows have dealt with subjects like Angriest Night, Most Pathetic Night, Most Embarrassing Night, and Scariest Night. The stories delivered by the readers are as funny and outrageous as they are engaging and moving.