TruTV is celebrating President’s Day by airing two consecutive hours of their popular pedestrian-assaulting hit show Billy on the Street.
Kicking off the string of episodes will be Billy on the Street: Political Comedy!, a special compilation of the most “politically charged segments” from the show’s fifth season. The special will then be followed by three episodes hand-picked by Billy himself to mark the season’s end.
For those who don’t know, Billy on the Street follows comedian Billy Eichner “as he hits the streets of New York City to test unsuspecting passersby” with hilarious, loud, politically and socially biting trivia. Recent episodes have seen guests like Stephen Colbert, John Oliver, Aziz Ansari and Jacob Tremblay.
For a full rundown of the forthcoming marathon, check out the list and synopses below:
10 p.m. EST/PST: Billy on the Street: Political Comedy!: This President’s Day, Billy on the Streetreturns with a special episode highlighting all of the one-of-a-kind politically and socially charged segments from what has become one of the most critically acclaimed comedies on TV. In true Billy on the Street style, the special features celebrity guests including Emmy winners Stephen Colbert, John Oliver, and Keegan-Michael Key. It will be followed by a one time only Billy on the Street marathon featuring appearances by Jon Hamm, Andy Samberg, Lupita Nyong’o, Jacob Tremblay and more.
10:30 p.m. EST/PST: Billy’s Holiday Wonderland with Jacob Tremblay!: Billy is joined for the first time by a child actor, the star of Room, Jacob Tremblay! Together, Jacob and Billy take to the street for a brand new Lightning Round. Later, Billy and Nikki the Mormon play Match the Publicist to the Client! Finally, Debra Messing returns for a special holiday themed sequel to one of Billy’s most popular segments plus a brand new round of For A Dollar.
11 pm EST/PST: Do Gay People Care About John Oliver? with John Oliver!: Billy and John Oliver take to the streets to find out if gay people care about him! Later, in a brand new segment called Louie C-3PO, Billy and Elena speak with native New Yorkers to get their take on Star Wars: Rogue One. Finally, Billy is joined by identical twins Christopher and Jonathan to play Hanukkah or Stupid? Other games include For A Dollar and Whack A Joel!
11:30 p.m. EST/PST: Miracle on 34th Streep with Andy Samberg!: Billy is joined by Andy Samberg to play the brand new game Was At My Wedding or Possibly Killed Tupac? Later, Billy and Andy hit the street to introduce New Yorkers to some brand new superheroes. Finally, Billy is joined by Kevin the busboy to play Fox News Anchor or Pilgrim? and starts a new scavenger hunt called Miracle on 34th Streep.
If you want to take an early look at Monday’s political compilation, go ahead and check out the episode’s trailer below, and read Paste’s recent feature on the show here.