Most of you recognize Jon Benjamin with your ears, not your eyes. He's one of the most talented voice actors in the business, recently starring in "Archer" and "Bob's Burgers," but his vocal talents have been gracing adult cartoons since the days of "Dr. Katz" and "Home Movies."

Most of you recognize Jon Benjamin with your ears, not your eyes. He's one of the most talented voice actors in the business, recently starring in "Archer" and "Bob's Burgers," but his vocal talents have been gracing adult cartoons since the days of "Dr. Katz" and "Home Movies."

In fact, a quick glance at his profile on IMDB informed me of cameos on "Parks and Recreation" and "Rescue Me" - two shows I watch religiously - that for the life of me I can't remember, and his work on "Upright Citizens Brigade," which I vaguely remember.

It's easy not to think about the fact that Benjamin must also be funny in real life, but not for long. Comedy Central's new series, "Jon Benjamin Has a Van," which premieres 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, will make sure you know how hilarious he can be.

Equal parts "Funny or Die Presents " and "Whitest Kids U' Know," with a dash of "The Daily Show," it's basically just wonderfully deadpan/oddball Benjamin cruising around in a van complete with butt cheeks painted on the rear doors. He's supposedly "reporting" unique stories from around the country.

The very un-P.C. interviews - a soldier suffering from pre-traumatic stress disorder, Guatemalan drug lord El Manta Blanca - have a "Daily Show" vibe, only they're sketches with actors (a notably hilarious Matt Walsh) serving as interviewees.

The other segments are Benjamin just messing with regular people, and they're downright hilarious. The highlight has to be the greatest game show never created, "Ca$h Stall."

Benjamin waits for an unsuspecting restroom visitor to sit down when he knocks and informs them they're in the "Ca$h Stall." They can win $100 if all the questions are answered before they go.

I utterly lost it when he waved the cash underneath the wall at one "contestant" to prove it was real. The contestant also lost it, but in a completely different way.

My lone complaint is that the scripted bits should be shorter - sometimes the laughs wear thin - in favor of Benjamin doling out more tomfoolery on unsuspecting folks.