Jimmy Carr: Being Funny is packed with over 100 minutes of brand new material, including too-rude-for-TV jokes, hilarious heckling, and even better put-downs. Jimmy pushes the boundaries of comedy and delivers a spectacular show.
Jimmy Carr returns with a brand new live stand-up DVD. Recorded live at London's Bloomsbury theatre, Jimmy unleashes brand new material upon his audience that is just too rude for TV, ... See full summary »
A show from Jimmy Carr is always good or at least I never saw a bad one. Funny Business is the typical Jimmy Carr show like we're used to from him, one-line jokes, politically non-correct, interacting with the audience. It's small inappropriate jokes, no time to rest, joke after joke. His intercating with the audience shows again that he's not afraid of confrontation, he even encourages it, and when you have a wannabe smartass (in this show a guy called Rack or some stupid name like that) that tries to ridicule him he'll just demolishes you with his funny comebacks. The guy Rack made a fool out of himself so his lesson should be that he'd better shut up the next time he tries to be the hero. Jimmy Carr, you either love him or you hate him, count me in the first category.
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