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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No-holds-barred Aussie comedian Jim Jefferies hosts his satirical weekly U.S. talk show, covering the news, U.S. politics, pop culture, global issues and whatever else happens to be bothering him at the moment.
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Okay, so I was a little skeptical on this show seeing as Anger Management was really bad and how disappointing is was to see Unsupervised go, but after seeing how good The Americans is and the return of Archer I decided to give this show a chance. It was excellent. I mean while not the best show on FX, it is a very well structured one. One person helps another man look after his brother, who has muscular dystrophy, which sucks to have in the first place. I think DJ Quall does an excellent job as Billy and Jim Jefferies does a good job as Jim. Dan Bakkedahl isn't really funny, but he wasn't meant to be funny, he was meant to be the serious guy who looks after his sick brother. Then there are a hilarious amount of bit characters in there too. 9/10
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