Eugene Mirman is a very brilliant person, actor, author, festival organizer, husband, and stand-up comedian who lives in the United States of America. He’s a star of the hit animated Fox Television show Bob’s Burgers, where he voices the character Gene, the only son of the Belcher Family. He is also a beloved, surreal, and prolific multi-platform comedian whose latest release is the hilarious I’m Sorry (You’re Welcome), a 9 volume/7 LP box set that is available on vinyl, digital, chair, and robe on October 30th via Sub Pop Records. Here, Eugene and I discuss living in Brooklyn and missing Massachusetts a little, getting married and wedding planning, TJ the DJ and Robyn Hitchcock, the strange formats of Eugene’s new box set, funny chairs, the music industry collapse and collapsible chairs, a $1200 chair album, 40 comedy mp3 robes, a living, nameless dog stand-up comedy album, LP 1: Live In Seattle At The Columbia City Theater, a wedding and a Mexican mugging with Michael Stipe, LP 2A: A Guided Meditation For The Thoughtful Body, shiting yourself, LP 2B: Fuckscape, LP 3: Eugene’s Comprehensive Sound Effects Library, an impromptu rendition of “Neon Sign,” LP 4: Digital Drugs, LP 5: Over 45 Minutes of Crying, LP 6A: Introduction To Spoken Russian, LP 6B: Ringtones & Outgoing Voicemail Messages, track 3 or 4, LP 7: 195 Orgasms, 11 ineffectual orgasms, news about Bob’s Burger’s and a soundtrack album, Paul Rudd, Aziz Ansari, and Kevin Kline, the state of America and its cycle of polarization, coming to Canada, eugenemirman.com, “Enter the Fuckscape,” and that was the end.
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