Guilty Giggle (2014)

Being Jewish in 21st century America, talking about the eye-rolling, the kvetsh, klutzes, mishegas, schlepping, shlimazels, schmucks, schemata, tsuris and dealing with the mishpocheh.

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Erez Benari
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Credited cast:
Paul Barach Paul Barach ... Himself
Rome Davies Rome Davies ... Himself
Nick Decktor Nick Decktor ... Himself
Ron Reid Ron Reid ... Himself
Tyler Schnupp Tyler Schnupp ... Himself
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Guilty Giggle is a comedy show about being Jewish in 21st century America, featuring Ron Reid, Paul Barach, Nick Decktor, Tyler Schnupp and Rome Davies. Each comedian shares his unique point-of-view into classic Jewish traditions, values and quirks. The show was hosted by Erez Benari and recorded live on June 29 2014 at the Parlor Live comedy club in Bellevue, Washington. Written by Erez Benari

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 August 2014 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Bellevue, Washington, USA

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Budget:

$25,000 (estimated)
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Color (NTSC Color)

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1.66 : 1
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Hilarious!
28 August 2014 | by billshearimSee all my reviews

I got this DVD at the recommendation of a few friends from my temple that saw the live show back in June. It features five comedians local to Seattle, each going on for about 20 minutes in standard comedy showcase style. The show started with Ron Reid, who's been around for a while and I've seen his face all over.

You could tell that some of the comedians were more seasoned than others, but all in all, terrific stuff. I particularly liked Nick Decktor and Paul Barach, who seem to be very adept at this sort of thing. Tyler Schnupp's personality is probably the strangest and I'm still on the fence whether it's really him or a made up character. The host himself, Erez Benari, was also pretty good with a circumcision joke that tore me up.

All in all, this is an excellent show and I wish they make it into a tour so I could see it live.


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