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Daniel Tosh provides humorous commentary on content from the Internet.

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As pointed out by Tosh in one episode, the "lets see how many funny comments we can post in twenty seconds" segment does not actually last twenty seconds. See more »

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This disclaimer appears at the start of each episode: "WARNING: TOSH.0 FEATURES VIDEOS FROM THE INTERNET AND IS INTENDED FOR A MATURE AUDIENCE. COMEDY CENTRAL DOES NOT CONDONE THE ACTIVITIES PERFORMED AND DISCOURAGES ANYONE FROM ATTEMPTING THEM. ENJOY." See more »

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It's Jackass for the Internet Crowd
27 March 2011 | by See all my reviews

A lot of people compare Tosh.0 to the E! Network's Talk Soup. Sure, it's just some guy standing in front of a blue screen commenting on stupid people hurting themselves on Youtube for a half an hour. You could also say the same thing about America's Funniest Home Videos.

But what makes Daniel Tosh's show different is that his one-liners are often spot-on, his audience interaction is great (like when he asked his audience which celebrities he could beat up), and the web redemptions/remixes/reunions/retreats are hilarious. Now that the show went from having a budget of zero to actually having one, expect them to get even crazier.

And unlike the other shows, Daniel Tosh's is almost interactive, whether it's pasting together stories from random Twitter feeds, wrecking havoc on Wikipedia (they actually had to close the page to prevent Tosh fans from editing it due to "vulgar, rampant profanity"), or seeing how many funny comments he can make in 20 seconds.

I'd actually go so far as to compare this show to MTV's Jackass. Sure it lacks the camaraderie of Johnny Knoxville and his crazy crew - but the gags are there. The brand of toilet humor and random nonsense is exactly the same. And where's the puke? There's plenty of it!


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