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Sunday Afternoon February 11, 2007

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An accurate depiction of how I feel every Sunday afternoon…



Video: Lost In Translation February 6, 2007

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English actress Catherine Tate in a hilarious, non politically-correct sketch from her BBC series – ‘The Catherine Tate Show’.

The sketch takes a stereotypical view on different languages, with a comedic spin.  Lot’s of fun…Enjoy!

Video: Jigsaw Time December 21, 2006

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Jigsaw, the creepy puppet from the “Saw” movie series, in his funniest scene yet.

I laughed my a$$ off watching this video.  And everytime I watch it over again, I crack up even harder. 

Jigsaw’s dead!! 

Video: A Medley By Aries Spears December 14, 2006

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Aries Spears was a stand-up comedian who later joined the cast of MADtv in their 3rd Season.  He became famous for his imitations of Bill Cosby, Bobbie Brown, Eddie Murphy, Mike Tyson, Shaquille O’Neal, Michael Jackson, Jessie Jackson, MC Hammer, and many many more.

He recently appeared on Live 105 Morning Show (a popular US radio show), in which he performed a medley of rap all-stars such as Snoop Dogg, LL Cool J, DMX and Jay-Z.  The accurate depiction of these rappers’ voices, flows, and rhymes is truly off the hook.  This guy is simply amazing!!  You’ll have to watch and hear for yourself…

Impressionist Week – Day 5 (Final Performance) November 25, 2006

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Although Frank was the 4th performance on the 4th day of “Impressionist Week”, I personally think this guy is amazing and so decided to keep his performance for my last post of this sequence. 

Frank Caliendo starred on MadTV.  He is a very talented comedian.  He appeared on the Tonight Show with David Letterman a few months back with an amazing skit impersonating George W. Bush.  I remember the clip going around on e-mail (gobble gobble) so some of you may have an idea of how funny and talented he is. 

Anyway, Frank is back for “Impressionist Week” with his signature John Madden and George “Dubya” impressions.  Definately the best and funniest performance of them all…enjoy!

Impressionist Week – Day 4 November 24, 2006

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I saved the best two performances from “Impressionist Week” for the weekend.  The first three performances were great, but the next two are fantastic!

Kevin Pollak started out as a stand-up comedian/impressionist then made his way into Hollywood.  He returns to his roots for “Impressionist Week” with one of the best Christopher Walkin impressions I’ve ever seen…

How Far Would You Go…For A Plasma TV? November 23, 2006

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Your friend calls you up and asks you to go over to his/her place to check out the new Sony Plasma Screen TV they just bought.  He/She asks you to pick up a DVD on the way over so you guys can chill-out and watch a movie with High Definition.  You arrive, and the set-up looks great. You congratulate them and take a seat on the couch. 

Plasma Screen (Front View)

You notice the TV is placed way too low and ask why it wasn’t hung up higher on the wall.  Your friend ignores you and asks you to pop in the DVD.  You do so.  A good while into the movie, the picture gets distorted and your friend disappears behind the wall to fix the problem.  You scratch your head in confusion and ask if they need any help.  A few minutes later, you walk back there to assist and see this! (more…)

Impressionist Week – Day 3 November 23, 2006

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It only gets better folks!

We are on our third day, thus third performance, of David Letterman’s recent “Impressionist Week”.  Two more days to go, and as always, I’m saving the best and funniest performance for last. 

I had never heard of Gordie Brown before, but I’m sure this performance elevated him to stardom.  He’s a young and very talented comedian.  The guy starts out with an amazing Jack Nicholson impression (after watching The Departed last night, Mr. Brown is definately on point), then finishes by acting out a “would-be” Golf game between Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and a few other very well-known actors…fantastic!!  Check out his performance:

Impressionist Week – Day 2 November 22, 2006

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I hope most of you enjoyed Rich Little’s impersonsations.  Today, I present you with another veteran impressionist, Frank Travalena.  This guy is also very talented, especially with voices.

Check out his performance on the Tonight Show’s “Impressionist Week” below:

Impressionist Week – Day 1 November 21, 2006

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David Letterman, host of the Tonight Show, arranged an “Impressionist Week” on the show this last week which included some of the most talented impressionists the entertainment/comedy industry has to offer.  Rich Little, Fred Travalena, Gordie Brown, Frank Caliendo, and Kevin Pollak.

Rich Little and Fred Travalena are veteran impressionists who have been doing this for over 30 years.  Some of their impressions include Ronald Reagan and Johnny Carson.  Frank Caliendo and Kevin Pollak are very well known comedians/actors.  Caliendo starred on MadTV and was on the Tonight Show a few months ago where he did an amazing John Madden and George W. Bush.  Kevin Pollak is a movie actor who does an amazing Alan Arkin and Christopher Walken, among other well-known celebs.

I particularly enjoyed watching the show this last week.  So, in light of the success of “Impressionist Week”, I’ve decided to post each of the five performances for all those who wish to enjoy some truly amazing and hillarious impersonations.  Who better to start with than the very talented veteran himself, Rich Little.  Take a break from work, studying, or whatever is you’re doing. Sit back, relax and enjoy…