Gabriel Iglesias returns to the stage in this all-new comedy special where he performs in front of a packed house at the historic Plaza Theatre in El Paso, Texas. Go to the restroom before ... See full summary »
Ventriloquist and comic Jeff Dunham takes to the stage to provide fresh comedic material with his classic puppets Walter, Peanut, Jose Jalapeño and Achmed, as well as with two never-before-seen characters with their own unique quirks.
Jeff Dunham and his socially reckless "suitcase posse" are back in this highly anticipated follow-up to Arguing with Myself, his breakthrough television special! What's next? An ALL NEW ... See full summary »
Explores and examines the world of ventriloquism through clips, photos and interviews with many of the greatest vents from today and yesterday, illustrating that this perceived novelty act is truly an extraordinary art form.
Bryan W. Simon
ALOHAAAAA! Gabriel Iglesias is back and doing it Hawaiian style. The Comedy Central star is not showing any signs of slowing down after this amazing performance. Aloha Fluffy is sure to be ... See full summary »
Gabriel Iglesias is one of the fastest rising comics today! With his unique brand of humor, loveable stage presence and a wide range of voices and impressions, it's no wonder he became an ... See full summary »
Achmed is having a very bad day. As if accidentally blowing himself up until he's a talking skeleton isn't bad enough, the world's most incompetent terrorist finds himself whisked away from... See full summary »
Jeff Dunham's Minding the Monsters brings together your favorites-- Walter, Peanut, Bubba J, Jose Jalapeno... On a Steek!, and Achmed the Dead Terrorist as you've never seen them before! ... See full summary »
I don't know who these people are who actually go to see this guy perform his stupid ventriloquist (spelling? sorry!) act but this comedy is so bad it makes me want to vomit a little bit into my own mouth. Who actually finds this funny, seriously? Predictable old jokes we all know the punch lines to and half the stuff has the puppets out in the real world or whatever and they remove Jeff Dunham from the scenes with CGI or whatever so what is the point? Isn't the reason people watch ventriloquists to that they can see the talent of talking and moving the puppet without moving their lips? I don't know because I don't watch this kind of thing I find it incredibly unfunny. As the other reviewer said this kind of talent died out like 50 years ago so it's infuriating to see this on my TV! Please cancel this garbage!
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