This is one of the few things that you’ll actually be better at on drugs. via Broad City Instagram

We’re all anxiously awaiting the first episode of Broad City‘s third season (premiering Feb. 17 at 10pm, FYI). Will Ilana lose more teeth? Will Abbi ever peg a good man? Will another Brooklyn grocery store be ravaged by a life-sized Gumby?

While your imagination runs wild with the possibilities of what’s to come, here’s a way you can involved with the series hands-on: Broad City needs help painting a badass mural in Williamsburg this Saturday. The first 100 folks to show up for the job will get free “Broad Fucking City” tees, and everyone involved in the effort is invited to party at Kinfolk after the mural is finished with free drinks, Broad City swag and photo opps aplenty — including a special appearance from Bingo Bronson himself. 

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Make Williamsburg weird again. via Twitter
Make Williamsburg weird again. via Twitter

The mural is designed by Mike Perry, whose psychedelic dancing title sequence starts every episode of Broad City. Show up outside Kinfolk Bar (94 Wythe Ave.) on Saturday anytime from 12-5pm to help out. The first 100 folks to show up for the job will get the free swag.

So indulge your inner pre-schooler, put down the goddamn adult coloring books, and help queens Abbi and Ilana do this instead.

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