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The Andy Milonakis Show 

Andy Milonakis is a man who has it all: a comfy home, an outrageous sense of humor, and his own MTV television show complete with oddball skits, celebrity guests, and amusing pranks on the public at large.
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Andy Milonakis takes to the streets to give back to people after years of pranking everyone.

Director: Andy Milonakis
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Andy Milonakis is a man who has it all: a comfy home, an outrageous sense of humor, and his own MTV television show complete with oddball skits, celebrity guests, and amusing pranks on the public at large.

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In the "Mirror" skit, when Andy shows the camera a mirror with a monster mask covering it, the camera can be seen in the corners of the mirror. See more »

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Man: What the hell you looking at?
Andy: Are you at the end of every rainbow?
Man: Yes.
Andy: Wow. Rainbows suck.
Man: No shit.
Andy: Well... where's the pot of gold?
Man: I have some hard candy and Bengay.
Andy: Yay! Bengay! I love Bengay!
[rubs bengay on his shirt]
Andy: Oh! It hurts so good!
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Written by Green Day
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Ideal for people who'll laugh at anything, i.e. if you're into Tom Green you'll love this junk.

First off, I have to say how shocked I am, after having checked AM's bio. This guy is around 30?? I could have sworn he was just an obnoxious, fat 14 year-old kid! He really does have the look/body of an unemployed, 40 year-old Maltese truck driver - with the face of a child clumsily attached to the neck (by Mengele?). How the hell did this no-talent get his own show? He must have a Boston-based American-Greek father or uncle who is a ship tycoon or something. Hence the question is begged: why hasn't Paris Hilton already snatched him for herself by now...? Hm.

Or perhaps it's merely a case of Jay Leno having had drunken one-off sex with Roseanne 30 years ago...?

TAMS is one of the unfunniest sketch shows - strike that - one of the unfunniest of ANYTHING I have ever seen. Before finding out that this guy is an adult, I was ready to give him small bonus points for not being so bad for a mere 14 year-old. Still, in spite of his real age, I think there could have been use yet for AM's ultra-limited talents: he would have been ideal as Tony Soprano's long-lost bastard son. And I am firmly convinced that he could have played a young teenager there. Is there an iota of "adultness" or intelligence in that face?

TAMS contains the worst candid camera stuff I've ever seen - and I've seen tons of that crap, including American, Brtitish, Serbian, German, Italian, Austrian, and Canadian hidden camera. Even the worst of these were head-and-shoulders above the best that this dumb series has to offer. The gags are mostly wordplay-based, hence cheap and obvious. Even though occasionally a good or original idea lurks its unexpected head out of all the zero-value garbage, its execution always ends up being very poor. Writing something funny is one thing, but putting it on the screen without losing its initial appeal is an ENTIRELY different matter altogether... A lot of this failure has to do with the totally non-existent comic-timing and the amateurish acting by AM and the other losers he'd gathered together for this latest MTV mess. The fact that the material looks as if it's been shot by your grandmother's barely-used mobile phone doesn't help matters either. I love silly stuff and toilet humour as much as the next guy, but my intelligence doesn't allow me (unfortunately) to laugh at dilettantes who have no clue what the hell they're doing. Goofing around self-indulgently is something any idiot can do.

I could write better material than this with a toilet seat up my nose. I remember seeing Tom Green for the first time. Back then I had thought they couldn't come up with a worse "comedian" if they tried. How wrong I was... After all, this is MTV we're talking about: the music also always seems as if it cannot get any worse, and yet it does, year after year...


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