John Mulaney

Oh, Hello on Broadway: EW stage review

Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland are New Yorkers of a certain age, and of certain mannerisms. They’re white-haired, opinionated, and partial to corduroy and turtlenecks. They make jokes, and when they’ve particularly tickled themselves, they do little dances in place, like a happy Hillary Clinton on debate night. They’re types you recognize, or at least that you’re supposed to recognize.

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Nick Kroll and John Mulaney's Oh, Hello is coming to Broadway

Broadway is about to get an earful. Comedians Nick Kroll and John Mulaney are bringing their beloved, semi-scripted two-man show Oh, Hello to Broadway this fall.

Billed as a “memoir for the stage,” Oh, Hello features Kroll and Mulaney as a pair of assertive and bizarre elderly men named Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland, respectively. As both performers have extensive backgrounds in improv, the show follows a loose script that allows Kroll and Mulaney to invent fresh jokes and situations on the fly.

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Donald Trump made Seth Meyers self-conscious

Late-night TV is stacked with talent these days, but even in such a crowded field, Seth Meyers has managed to carve out his own niche. Instead of singing and dancing, Meyers jokes about issues with articulate aplomb, interviews a wide range of guests, and with the recent surge in popularity of his A Closer Look segment, even pulls off some investigative journalism.

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John Mulaney explains how Donald Trump is like a good Family Feud contestant

John Mulaney watches Family Feud … a lot. But all of that Game Show Network viewing has given the stand-up comedian a surprising takeaway from Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

Mulaney, whose new stand-up special The Comeback Kid is now streaming on Netflix, appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers on Wednesday and offered up his thoughts on Trump, along with a nice Family Feud basics course for those who may have somehow missed the show over the years.

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