is a very humorous individual.The first time I saw him perform was at the SXSW Music Conference in 2005. He got up on stage at Emo's between two independent-rock bands I can't remember to save my life. Obviously they weren't as good—or memorable or charming or well-coifed—as Sir Eugene. He hooked up a video projector and showed a few crappy-looking homemade videos that made me laugh extremely hard. He's since landed the role of Eugene the Landlord on HBO's Flight of the Conchords. He's released two stand-up comedy albums on Sub Pop, and something tells me it's only a matter of time before he gets signed to a major label and goes on tour with Jeff Foxworthy.
His first book, The Will To Whatevs, will be published in February by Harper Collins. While you're camping outside the bookstore waiting to buy a copy, take advantage of the free wireless signal to view the following videos on your laptop computer. If you're camping outside the bookstore because you've been evicted from your home and had nowhere else to turn, you should use some of the change you've collected in that styrofoam cup to buy a copy of Eugene's book. You won't regret the purchase, I assure you.
(WARNING: Sometimes Eugene uses words that have four letters and make small children weep. You might consider wearing earphones, or waiting until you're not at work before enjoying these clips responsibly. Also, he's a liberal.)
4. Eugene Mirman Secret Agent
2. Iraq War Testimony
1. The Mooslem Threat