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John Pinette: Still Hungry (2011)

John Pinette is back in this hilarious new live concert, the eagerly anticipated follow-up to his "I'm Starvin'" comedy special. Taped before a sold-out crowd at Chicago's famed Vic Theatre, he delivers his observations on food and more.

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John Pinette is back in this hilarious new live concert, the eagerly anticipated follow-up to his "I'm Starvin'" comedy special. Taped before a sold-out crowd at Chicago's famed Vic Theatre, he delivers his observations on food and more.

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John Pinette: Vegans go to the store, and they buy 50-pound bags of almonds, and they make it into stuff they wish they could eat. They don't have a stove. They have a Play-Doh Fun Factory.
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John Pinette is funny enough without the cursing..
26 December 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My family and i have always LOVED watching John Pinette's comedy routines. One of the main reasons why I loved his routines is because he is very funny without using profanity. In his first comedy movie (I believe it is called I'm Starvin'), he probably cursed around two or three times. His skits about food, especially the Chinese Buffet, were hilarious. So when my parents bought this film for my sister for Christmas, we began to watch it. John Pinette's use of profanity went up significantly. I didn't mind it too much until he decided to use the f-word. Many of his jokes also implied the use of the f-word. I still found many of the jokes to be extremely funny, but I lost some respect for Pinette. You are funny enough, John Pinette, without the constant use of profanity, the crude jokes, and the f-word. I, personally, think it is a cop out. Some comedians can't be funny on their own, so they have to use profanity. John Pinette, you are not one of them. Stop using the cheaters way of being funny.

The first comedy routine you could watch as a family. This one, you definitely couldn't. Please go back, John Pinette, to using cleaner material.


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