Larry Wilmore’s "The Nightly Show" focused on "American Sniper" Monday night, including two Iraq vets on his panel, one of whom was a sniper.

Wilmore spoke with the panel that weighed in on the controversy surrounding the film, but the episode ended with kind of a thud, when Wilmore took his "Keep It 100" question: If you knew it would guarantee massive success of your show, would you do a tour in Afghanistan as a soldier?

“I would do a tour as a soldier, whether or not it has to do with my show or not. That's just how I feel about it,” Wilmore said, adding, “I don't care whether it has to do with my show. I would do a tour if I was called to. There you go.”

Wild applause from his studio audience. Then, he added, “but not at 53.” Wilmore wisely added that maybe he deserved a bag of weak tea which Wimore hands out to panelists who fail to give “100” answers to questions he puts to them during the show for that answer.

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