Eugene Mirman’s New Comedy Special Premieres Tomorrow on Comedy Central, Free Viewing Party at The Bell House

Eugene Mirman: An Evening Of Comedy In A Fake Underground Laboratory

Eugene Mirman‘s all new one hour comedy special premieres tomorrow night (Friday, Dec 14) at midnight on Comedy Central.

Eugene Mirman brings his satirical observational style and some visual aids to COMEDY CENTRAL in the world premiere of his original one-hour stand-up special, “Eugene Mirman: An Evening of Comedy in a Fake Underground Laboratory,” premiering on Friday, December 14 at midnight ET/PT.

Mirman is a wizard at finding humor in what ordinary people find mundane, and in his first one-hour special, filmed at the historic Fillmore in San Francisco, Mirman treats the audience to a hilarious grownup game of show and tell. Prepared with print-outs, cocktail napkins, and his childhood notebook, he explains a unique way to keep your daughter safe, what happens when a cable company repeatedly screws him over, and how to make ten Saudi Arabian men give you $40 each. Theremin enthusiasts will be excited to know that Mirman stole Jimmy Page’s instrument and uses it in this special. []

If you’re in the Gowanus/Park Slope area, you can come to The Bell House at 11PM on Dec 14 for a free viewing party of Eugene’s new special with the man himself. Eugene will also be appearing at John Wesley Harding’s Cabinet of Wonders on Dec 16 at City Winery and can also regularly be found on Sunday night’s at Union Hall for his weekly Pretty Good Friends show.