The menu on the DVD is DDD!
epsteinsmutha | At the bottom of Juan Epstein's excuse note | 04/17/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Okay, it may just be that my DVD player is estupido, but for some reason, it won't let me access single episodes and when I play it straight through, the first chapter in the episodes after the first all get skipped, so I have to play with the back/forward buttons. It took me two viewings to figure this out, so that's fairly DEE DEE-DEE on my part.
Kind of a dropoff in terms of material this time and it seems like there was a lot of self-censorship on the part of Carlos and others in his episodes. Highlights: A visibly ill Peter Boyle (RIP) telling the real meaning behind bumper stickers ("I Support Bush" really means "I can't get this f****** sticker off my car!"), Carlos' duet with Aries Spears on "KanYe West is a Crazy N****," and Punji the convenience store clerk.
There's also a nice nose-thumbing at Dave Chapelle's sudden development of ethics, but I'll let you watch that on your own.
By now, everyone knows Ned's schtick. Engineering student turned stand-up comic in the vein of Bill Hicks for the 21st century. Your mom knows what "Dee Dee-Dee!" means, so the sun may be setting on his fifteen minutes of fame. I still worry he's going to get shot. The use of the small person is tiresome in the face of shows like Jack***, and Joseph Mencia may be the Jose Jimenez of the new millennium. That said, it's still funnier than most of the stuff out there currently.
It's good, but the menu is wonky.
D. M. Merilli-karkenny | south jersey | 06/06/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I love Carlos!!!!! He says what ALL of us are thinking and is NOT afraid to say it, everytime that he is in town my husband and I go see him. I also have met him and he is very sweet."