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“Oh, Hello” has its moment as Gil Faizon and George St Geegland draw rave Off-Broadway reviews, big names and hit “Late Night” TV

In this age of “Too Much TV,” we’re also here in New York City living in the age of Too Much Tuna.

Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland are peaking.

Their Off-Broadway run at the Cherry Lane Theatre has drawn rave reviews from The New York Times and other comedians, Faizon and Geegland are pranking big-name celebrities and New Yorkers onstage nightly (Jon Hamm, Ray Kelly, Richard Kind, Seth Meyers among their early victims), and last night, the Upper West Side characters inhabited by comedians John Mulaney and Nick Kroll appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers and riffed for many minutes.

Roll the clips!

On Quentin Tarantino:

Explaining their new onstage production:

How they met:

On Bernie Sanders running for president:

Someone also took some past highlights from Gil and George and paired it with a certain new Adele song you’ve heard and bought:

Speaking of past highlights, if you missed them on Comedy Central’s Kroll Show, here’s a #TBT look back at their greatest Too Much Tuna segments and more:

And since you made it this far, spend another hour with the fellas as they sat with NBC’s Willie Geist at the 92Y:

Sean L. McCarthy

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