Funny people Nick Kroll and John Mulaney's show "Oh, Hello!" extended its Wilbur engagement to Jan. 31st, with two additional shows that afternoon and evening.

The stage production, based the two elderly theater aficiandos and tuna sandwich pranksters popularized by Comedy Central's now sadly defunct "Kroll Show," had a 21-day run at New York's Cherry Lane Theatre in December. Kroll's Gil Faizon and Mulaney's George St. Geegland's sold-out show within a show led to such succinct assessments from The New York Times as: "What’s more, they think they’re really funny, which they’re not. Which is exactly what makes them really, really funny."

And from Broadway World: "These caricatured New York-bred characters' over-the-top observations are just inappropriate enough to sustain laughter for 70 minutes of absurdity." 

"Oh, Hello!" at the Wilbur is sold out for Feb. 1 and 2. Tickets for both shows on Jan 31 are still available.