Tom Green is a comedian who likes to go around and pull pranks on everybody. Among his most famous is putting a cowhead in his parent's bed, suckling a cow's udder, throwing plastic babies ... See full summary »
Fed up with being censored in their post-Trailer Park Boys lives, the out of work stars/world-renowned 'swearists', Mike Smith, Robb Wells and John Paul Tremblay decide to start their own uncensored network on the internet.
Charlie Martin, a JI whose fraternity gets kicked off campus after it takes the rap for a rival fraternity gone awry. Three years later, Charlie and the remaining brothers must throw the ... See full summary »
Tom Green brings his unique style of purile behaviour to the serious people of Japan. He mocks their society, tradition, lifestyle, authorities and wildlife. Nothing is sacred. Tom laughs at a man and yells "bum bum" in one of Japans oldest and most sacred temples. Tom pretends to orally pleasure a robotic Santa Claus which sings "The yellow rose of texas" in the middle of a crowded shopping centre. Tom throws up due to a fork costume he was wearing restricting his airways. Tom buys a pair of panties with a picture of their former owner from a "Panty dealer". He claims they will make a good gift for his Mom. Tom lay down on the stairs of the busiest subway station in the world until escorted away. Tom compares Monkey and Chicken faeces. Tom locks a Japanese snow monkey in his van and then proceeds to dress as a fishman and climb in with it. Tom disgruntles a sushi chef by placing a dildo on a food selection conveyor belt. Absolutely nothing is sacred. Written by
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Subway Monkey Hour was a great idea, as it is tougher for Tom Green to do sketches in America, as he is very well known now, as opposed to when "The Tom Green Show" first started. So here, he has packed his things and taken a trip to Japan. Luckily, the Japanese are very tolerant of his shenanigans, which get pretty crazy, and come out with hilarious results. And, his supporting cast...well, Japan, also are hilarious with some of their reactions! Tom Green is so funny, and if you get a chance, catch this special. We miss you Tom, do some more like this soon!
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