As an only-child to immigrant parents, comedian Jesus Trejo grew up learning many of life's lessons in the most unconventional ways, all while constantly feeling the need to meet his parents' high expectations.
A detail of random people are told that they are a part of a live testing for data on their reactions in the woods without any technology at their disposal . . . when in reality they are ... See full summary »
Performed live at the Neptune Theater in Seattle, Washington, Jimmy O. Yang covers hilarious interactions with immigrant parents, his thoughts on Matt Damon, and whether ghosts will haunt one-bedroom apartments.
With Jerry Lewis (1926-2017) as executive producer, this is in essence an autobiography. It follows his career chronologically from the 10-year partnership with Dean Martin to Lewis's ... See full summary »
Five highly qualified applicants interview for a coveted job. On the night before the last round of interviews, they are all kidnapped and drugged. The next day, they wake up trapped together in a locked room without any hope of escape.
A band of survivors have all fallen mercy to the same serial killer. When a voyeur agrees to participate in the killer's activities, he realizes he's in way over his head. Now he wants out, but at what cost?
Stuart G. Robertson
Jesus Trejo's first one-hour special, "Stay At Home Son", explores the Long Beach native's upbringing as seen through his comedic lens. As an only-child to immigrant parents, Trejo grew up learning many of life's lessons in the most unconventional ways, all while constantly feeling the need to meet his parents' high expectations. From running his first marathon, to winning his first fight, "Stay at Home Son" paints the picture of a first generation Mexican-American, who goes to great lengths to impress his parents.Written by