Nick Kroll Reveals Which Kroll Show Character Should Have Their Own Musical By Vulture Editors It’s been a few years since Kroll Show graced Comedy Central with its cheeky sketch presence, so we couldn’t resist asking its star, Nick Kroll, when he swung by our Comic Con studio: Which of his characters would he like to see headline a Broadway show one day? It’s a tough call! But Liz B and Liz G might be the strongest contenders, if they could ever take a break from sipping out of those tumblers. Read More Tags: original video comedy nick kroll new york comic con kroll show new york comic con 2018 More Oct. 7, 2018 Watch Now The Best Philip K. Dick Adaptations, According to His Daughter Isa Dick Hackett The Oral History of Conan’s ‘Slipnutz,’ As Told by Founding Member Jon Glaser How Much Does It Cost to Make a Cosplay for Comic Con? We Know Jon Glaser Loves Gear, But Does Jon Glaser Love Richard Gere? Orlando Jones Becomes Aunt Orlandra Jones, Tries to Understand American Gods Jason Mantzoukas Hosts ‘Serious Talk’ for Vulture Nick Kroll Reveals Which Kroll Show Character Should Have Their Own Musical Good Omens’ Jon Hamm, David Tennant, and Michael Sheen Perform Dueling Hamlets We Asked Neil deGrasse Tyson to Explain How a Star Is Born Peter Jackson Has Some Casting Requests for Kevin Smith and The Walking Dead Does the Doctor Shop for Tampons? And Other Questions We Asked Team Doctor Who The Riverdale Cast Proves Just How Meme-able Their Faces Are Which Kroll Show Character Would Nick Kroll Put on Broadway?