John Mulaney and Nick Kroll wind their comedic stylings into a tight satire of Broadway and the people who go to it  (seen 12/21/2016)


  • High production value– actually quite the visual treat, from the hodgepodge of ‘discarded’ sets to the rather lovely use of lighting to evoke various sentiments (in itself a sending up of that technique)
  • Comedic genius– these are two of the best joke-tellers working today and it shows (also nice little in-jokes for those familiar with their stand-up routines)
  • Surprisingly well-scripted– I was expecting something more loose and improvisational and this was better


  • The interview segment, while a fun chance to let these characters riff, goes on for too long. (we had Rob Corddy and he was very serviceable)