Twenty years before this video was produced, comedian Whoopi Goldberg took Broadway by storm in a one-woman show that established her as one of the wittiest, finest performers of her ... See full summary »
Malcolm McGee is a responsible and sensible 20-something who ends up sharing a Kansas City apartment and a business venture with relentlessly enthusiastic tow truck owner Eddie Sherman. A ... See full summary »
Karen Malina White
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This series revolves around a Chicago detective who comes up with hilarious schemes to enlighten his undercover work. Of course, he is surrounded by a team of wacky fellow police officers ... See full summary »
Nasim, the thing is nobody can tell the difference between Arabs and Persians, and quite frankly, nobody cares.
We followed your East Coast/West Coast rap wars. There were Tupac/Biggie updates every half-hour on al-Jazeera!
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Americans might not find it funny, but for us Europeans, an American sitcom taking the Mickey out of George W. Bush junior. & Co. as well as the US's current and ongoing political paranoia toward anything remotely foreign or - if you prefer - alien is like manna sent from Heaven.
Whoopi's outspokenness and her hilarious one-liners directed at conservative America made me roar with laughter - even in the not particularly well dubbed German version. Whoopi's weird sense of humor might be perceived as outrageous or even un-American by Conservatives and/or Republicans, but from the perspective of Old Europe and a middle aged European, this brand of humor is exactly what America's media need to find their balance after years of kissing Dubya's feet.
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