Tom Stade told Metro that he enjoyed working on the programme, which attracted criticism for its jokes about Katie Price's disabled son and the late Jade Goody, as well as for including allegedly racist language.
Stade said of the show: "That was awesome man, that was a piece of art. I never seen the morality brigade come out so fast. Collaborating with that guy was a lot of fun."
Of his own material, Stade added: "I don't pigeonhole myself as a dark comedian or a clean comedian. As an artist you can appreciate all different kinds of comedy - you don't have to eat McDonald's all the time."
Fellow stand-up Mark Watson has seemingly criticised Boyle for the content of Tramadol Nights, while Richard Herring has blamed Channel 4 for allowing the material to air.