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Like comedians Jim Gaffigan and Jerry Seinfeld, John Mulaney’s kind of funny doesn’t thrive below the belt or dabble in deep shades of blue. His sophomore stand-up album, New in Town, reveals a man whose intelligence rivals his humor. After all, he's a writer for Saturday Night Live and has appeared numerous times on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. In between witty quips of self-deprecation, he touches on how old cartoons are the reason Generation X-ers grew up believing they'd someday be killed by falling anvils or sticks of dynamite or by sinking in quicksand. He also hilariously explains how his wit was defensively honed out of sheer necessity–a byproduct of growing up in a household with parents who were both lawyers. Other highlights include Mulaney admitting how horrible a driver he is and revealing what the most offensive word ever uttered is (to a professional writer, that is). Mulaney also has an uncanny knack for wordplay, as evidenced by his “Easy Not To Do Things” bit and “Whiskey or Perfume.”

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Reveling in the Little Things

John Mulaney is a relatable comedian for many reasons. He turns real-life madness--early onset alcoholism, dabbling in prescription fraud, and belligerent homeless teenagers, for a start--into gut-busting, eye-opening segments. He also manages to engage in "playful anti-Semitism" and the "Law & Order: SVU" fandom in a way that reminds you that you, too, have the same guilty pleasures. I can't recommend this album enough.

Beyond funny!

I literally had to grab tissues because I was laughing so hard I got the the crying stage...that doesn't happen very often. This guy is a genius.

Great comedian

One of the best comedians I've heard, and this album is fantastic. Witty and sharp but not crude or mean. He's got great anectdotal stories. Seems like a nice guy and is just a lot of fun to listen to. I'll definitely be looking for him if he tours in my area. "The One Thing You Can't Replace" and "Xanax Story" are epic standouts.

Not to mention how he feels about that show Law and Order...

Biography

Born: August 26, 1982 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '00s, '10s

John Mulaney is an American comedian, writer, and actor best known for his standup specials and work as a television writer, including writing for Saturday Night Live from 2009-2013. A fan of sketch comedy and sitcoms from childhood, the Chicago native studied English lit at Georgetown University before moving to New York City with plans to pursue work in comedy. He got an office job at Comedy Central and, after working there for about a year, pitched the idea for a spoof of VH1's I Love the '80s....
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New In Town, John Mulaney
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Comedy, Music
  • Released: Jan 31, 2012
  • Parental Advisory

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