Dave Attell enlightens viewers on the finer aspects of drinking, brawling and blacking-out in this half-hour stand-up special

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Dave Attell enlightens viewers on the finer aspects of drinking, brawling and blacking-out in this half-hour stand-up special

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Funny stuff - too bad it was censored.
28 March 2005 | by (Odense, Denmark) – See all my reviews

Dave Attell does his stand-up routine. He is funny as hell. Most of his material centres around crazy stories, many of them involving heavy drinking. In that respect he is a lot like fellow stand-up comedian, Doug Stanhope, who is also one of his personal friends. Attell has got a lot of self irony, making fun of his own appearance, weight, and "bad" habits, such as smoking. Seen as if this show is on Comedy Central it is censored, which is a kind of shame because it takes a little of the edge away. Unlike many other contemporary comedians, such as Jon Stewart, George Carlin, and Lewis Black, Attell does not focus very much on political topics. If you like this show, I recommend his CD "Skanks for the Memories".


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