In honor of his upcoming show on Comedy Central, the Television Critics Association rips Jeff Dunham a new puppethole.
Ventriloquists suck. Pretty much like mimes. I’ve never seen a funny one.
I think that maybe Jeff Dunham is profoundly unhappy despite all his financial success. This article was really rather sad,
I remember seeing a comedy special of his when I was VERY YOUNG. More than a decade ago. My pre-pubescent mind was BLOWN. This is also the kid who thought New Kids on the Block was the cutting edge of music. Of course, now I know better, but it pains me to think adults who are my age have their minds blown by his drivel, all this time later. Dunham should be homeless by now, not filthy rich.
I?m now realizing it was more like 2 decades ago (OLD OLD). And it was probably that awful Rosie O?Donnell standup show on VH1. I?m amazed that 10 year old kid who had a penchant for such bland comedy has come so far.
The guy’s a reasonably talented ventriloquist, but a horrible hack of a comedian.
Maybe they could give him a children’s show?
Nevermind. That’s a terrible idea. America needs to stop pawning all its national nightmares off onto the children.
We’ve already increased the national debt, ignored global warming, and allowed Robin Williams to make Night at the Museum (twice!), Flubber, and Jumanji.
Also, while i’m here doing the self-comment thing, AmPat just posted the prologue to his forth-coming novel.
” I have FUCKED THIS shit up.”
Wow. Just wow. I knew he couldn’t GIVE UP his CAPS, but the occasional Futurist formatting is a surprise. I thought there’d be at least seven “boots up asses because it’s the American way” in that prologue, but he proved me wrong.
Why is your Sloth-face in his page art? Conspiracy!
Speaking of Night at the Museum, I recently learned that it was written by Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant, which is weird because I actually saw the first one, and it was pretty bad. But whatever, I still love them, I just think they probably shouldn’t write any more children’s movies.
More sentences need to start with “Speaking of Night At The Museum…”
I have a friend who teaches first grade.
According to her, the kids already LOVE Jeff Dunham and talk about him all the time. One in particular continuously mimicked the dead terrorist character (appropriate!).
This is in an affluent suburb of Salt Lake City.
Both funny and sad. More sad though. Those Mormons love their Dunham!
My girlfriend’s little brother totally does the terrorist voice too! for an 8 year-old he’s incredibly smart and insightful, so it pains me whenever this scenario invariably goes down at family functions…
Little Bro: I KEEEEEL YOU!
G.F.’s Family: Hahaha! So funny!
Me: (bites tongue until it starts bleeding)
S’alright? More like s’all wrong.
Realizing you’re the worst doesn’t save you from being the worst.
Blatant sexism is hiLARious. You see, it was the puppet! He didn’t make an incredibly offensive statement, the PUPPET did! LOL
“Jeff Dunham: Funny as Schindler’s F–king List”
I’m glad your back. Being your friend on facebook just isn’t enough sometimes.
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