Jeff Dunham stars in this special from the world famous Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. The telecast features never before seen stand-up and behind-the-scenes sketches featuring Dunham and his eccentric beloved characters.
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Jeff Dunham stars in this one-hour special from the world famous Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. The telecast features a live performance by country music superstar Brad Paisley, as well as never before seen stand-up and behind-the-scenes sketches featuring Dunham and his eccentric beloved characters.
This is very American, but in a very lovable way, we all know the characters, more or less how the show will go, but this is not as entertaining as previous shows, maybe because it is a bit to obvious.
It is comedy, taking news and stories and putting them into jokes, in this case wrapping it all in a ventriloquist act, it works out okay, but it is very American, kind of like a talk show where the host tells a joke and the audience laughs.
It is okay and I would love to see him live, but it is missing something new, it is the same old same old, still entertaining and give some laughs, but something is off and just not as fresh as it used to be.
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