Interview: John Mulaney and Nick Kroll love the comedy stylings of Kim Cattrall and Kelsey Grammer

When Nick Kroll and John Mulaney created Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland at a little nightclub on New York’s Lower East Side, they probably didn’t think that, a decade or so later, they’d be portraying their lovable idiots on Broadway. And yet that’s what happened last year, when Oh, Hello made its debut on the Great White Way to rave reviews. That theatrical turn has now been translated into a new Netflix special, Oh, Hello On Broadway, which is out now and which we called “a singularly funny testament to Kroll and Mulaney’s creative partnership and personal friendship.” We talked to Kroll and Mulaney about that friendship, and about where George and Gil’s odd brains have taken the duo over the past few years.

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