Foul-mouthed Australian comedian Jim Jefferies puts everything out there in this raunchy EPIX comedy special -- and shows off his skill for skewering sacred cows and virtually everything else with brutal honesty.
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If your a Jim Jefferies fan, then this series is right up your alley. The only major issue with the show is that he's been forced to tone down his language for commercial TV, but I solved this problem by imagining he's using the 'c' word whenever he swears. If your not a fan then I suggest you just stick to watching re-runs of '7th Heaven'. DJ Qualls is a standout character, he plays his part brilliantly. However, Dan Bakkedahl seems like he doesn't belong in any of his scenes, it's a bit hard to explain, maybe he's just trying too hard? I better not forget to mention 'Rodney' played by Nick Daley, he looks like he's having the time of his life in the scenes he's in. The other actors could take a leaf out of his book. One drawback of the show is that you'll break out in spontaneous giggles whenever you remember parts of the show, which isn't a good look on a crowded bus.
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