A Gift For The Man in Your Life
Dorrie Wheeler | 06/08/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Do you miss The Man Show? A show where words like boobs, beer and juggies are commonplace and were potty humor is acceptable? Get your fix. The Man Show Season Three is now available on DVD for the first time.
The packaging is similar to the previous two seasons releases. The individual discs are enclosed in their own hard plastic cases. These episodes aired during 2001 and 2002. The Comedy Central show starred Jimmy Kimmel and Adam Carolla. Noted psychiatrist Dr. Drew also appeared on the show quite frequently. During it's run the show had a ton of guest stars.
The show was never the same after Kimmell and Carolla left. If you enjoyed the funny skits and segments on this show you will enjoy this set. Segments from this season include Adam and Jimmy teaching strip club etiquette, Adam visiting a sex toy plant, and Adam and Jimmy fishing with William "The Refridgerator" Perry.
This show is so much one for the boys. If you have a young father (or older) father in the family this might be a Father's Day gift for them. Men that do enjoy this show, you might not want to watch it with your wife. She might get jealous of you gawking at the juggies.
My only wish is that this set was more slim like Chapelle's Show Season 2. This set is rather bulky. Perhaps if future seasons are released they will be slimmer.
Bonus Materials include:
Unseen Girls on Trampolines
Women in Sports
If I Had A Son
How It Really Happened
Come back Adam and Jimmy - we miss you
Bleeorg | Orlando | 10/25/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The Man Show is, by far, the greatest show ever to grace the face of television. Its perfect balance of fart humor and bouncing, well-endowed girls is the perfect match for any dinner party. If you thought Mary Tyler Moore was a great show, just wait until you see The Man Show."
For the price, definately a 5 star rating.
Veil_Lord | San Jose, CA | 04/17/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"First, before anybody gets offended, remember when watching this show you have to suspend disbelief. It's so full of it and over the top it's hillarious. At times it can be a little brief, a few episodes are just a couple of skits and some boring filler, but for the most part there was at least one or two really good laughs per episode and at this price, that's pretty darn good.
You can read other reviews for what the show is about, but the short version is it's a guy's fantasy land where the hosts get to do pranks and tell jokes while chugging drinks. It's just a genuinely fun program. Too bad Joe "Fear Factor" Rogan and some other dim commedian were the ones to take up the reigns a couple seasons later. Seasons 1-4 were just lighthearted fun, but after those two got a hold of it it became just plain gross and disgusting. I'd highly recommend this set. Even my wife liked the show and she barely likes anything I watch."