Eugene Mirman will someday be known as the man who single handedly shut down Time Warner with his hilarious jokes. Until then, he is known as one of the finest working comedians. His albums The Absurd Nightclub Comedy of Eugene Mirman, En Garde, Society!, and God is a Twelve-Year-Old Boy with Aspberger’s have staked their claims on many a “Best Of…” list. I worry, because the word count for this won’t be long enough to include everything else he’s done. So just look him up. Promise me you will?!
December 2, 2016
Recorded live as part of The Boston Jewish Film Festival at the Somerville Theatre in Boston, the fabulous Eugene Mirman of Bob’s Burgers joins Ronna and Beverly to chat about growing up speaking only Russian, crying for 45 minutes as part of his 9 volume comedy album, and who he closely resembles. It’s a fantastic night shared here for your listening pleasure!
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May 12, 2016
41 — LIVE from The Bell House NYC w/ Eugene Mirman, Cole Escola, Amy Sedaris, Jodi Lennon, Jon Glaser, Ted Leo
lt’s a star-studded extravaganza as Eugene Mirman, Cole Escola, Amy Sedaris, Jodi Lennon, Jon Glaser, and Ted Leo join Sarah & Susan for a special LIVE Crybabies recorded at The Bell House in New York City! Our guests share their favorite tearjerkers: The Mountain Goats, Judy Garland and Barbra Streisand, The Elephant Man, John Malkovich, Brokeback Mountain, Mask, “Cavatina” from The Deer Hunter, along with special character performances by Cole Escola and Jon Glaser, and a moving musical finale by Ted Leo. This is Crybabies at its weepy best.
December 7, 2015
Stand-up extraordinaire Eugene Mirman aka 1/3 of the Titans of Comedy returns to tell us all about his new 9-volume comedy album “I’m Sorry (You’re Welcome)” on this week’s Comedy Bang Bang! Eugene goes into what you can find in his new comedy album (including 45 minutes of himself crying), describes exactly what is a “Fuckscape,” and ponders the possibility of a Talking Bob’s Burgers after show. Then, George St. Geegland & Gil Faizon fly in from New York to talk about their holiday plans, the 60s, and their current Off-Broadway run of their new show “The Oh, Hello Show.” Don’t miss it or you might get Tuna’d!
November 17, 2015
Randy and Jason welcome to the show Eugene Mirman who talks about his new seven LP, nine volume album, I’m Sorry You’re Welcome, as well as the inspiration for his character Gene on Bob’s Burgers. Then, Daniel Van Kirk covers headlines that include a duck that can’t hold his liquor, a public masturbator, and a family of historical re-enactors. Lastly, Mark Wahlberg leaves a voicemail advertising a sale that he’s having for his brothers belongings.
March 7, 2013
It’s an all star studded show as Anthony Jeselnik, Eugene Mirman, and Nathan Fielder aka the Titans of Comedy stop by for a larger than life episode of Comedy Bang! Bang! They talk about Anthony’s new show The Jeselnik Offensive, Nathan’s new show Nathan For You, and offending people on Twitter. Then get ready to smirk & smile as we are joined by Queens barber Jazz Jazz as he tells us about his road trips, his new business idea, and plays a game of Would You Rather?
February 1, 2013
Indie comic darling Eugene Mirman visits the calming shores to talk about the first time he met Randy & Jason in New York, opening for bands such as The Shins, and moving to America from Russia at the age of 4. He also tells us about how the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival started as a joke, explains water boarding during a round of Quick Hits, and has the craziest walking with Michael Stipe at a Mexican music festival story ever. You have to tune in to hear it!!! Plus, our resident Fantasy-ologist Jesse Thorn is here to get us ready for Super Bowl Sunday by giving us some tips for picking last minute dips and sauces.