With his Buddy Holly-esque looks, funnyman Greg Proops provides a witty, light-hearted take on the differences between Californians and New Yorkers, Americans overseas, racism, and the origins of music.

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With his Buddy Holly-esque looks, funnyman Greg Proops provides a witty, light-hearted take on the differences between Californians and New Yorkers, Americans overseas, racism, and the origins of music.

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Greg Proops: How come we got the grumpy boat of bandy-legged Puritans? How come we didn't get the Italian party boat with the cappuccino makers and the gelato machine? That was the sexy boat, man.
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"Hey, Buddy Holly...."
25 February 2004 | by (Dewitt, MI) – See all my reviews

"You are so old. Have you not perished in a plane crash?"

This episode of 'Comedy Central Presents: ...' was incredibly funny, yet refreshingly different. Gone are the days of falling down stairs to get a cheap laugh. Greg "Whose Line is it Anyway?" Proops is certainly a hilarious guy. His take on how Europeans, especially the English, perceive Americans had me thinking a lot. I also agreed with him when he said that Americans were the hardest working people on earth. We only get two weeks vacation, whereas most people in Europe get four weeks. That is just plain unfair.... Any way you look at it Greg is funny.

10/10


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