Jeff Dunham: Arguing with Myself (2005)
Breathing life into an elderly curmudgeon, a purple human-like creature from the Micronesian islands, and a self-effacing talking jalapeno on a stick, Jeff Dunham is straight man to some of the funniest partners in show business! His comedic skill and impeccable technique serve as slight of hand however, drawing attention away from the fact that Dunham is a ventriloquist extraordinaire. It's Jeff Dunham along with his outspoken and often edgy characters: Walter, Peanut, Jose Jalapeno ("...on a steeek!"), Bubba J, and Sweet Daddy Dee in their full, uncut, and uncensored live stage show that will leave you on the floor laughing like no other! … More
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really creative and funny. who would have though that a ventriloquist could be so genuinely funny. the old man kills me.More
This is the Jeff Dunham special that I own. It isn't as good as Spark of Insanity but it is still excellent.
Characters: Still the lovable guys that any Dunham fan adores. Peanut is still the best and I loved his bits with Jose Jalapeno...on a steeek. I don't like Bubba J or Sweet Daddy Dee as much as the other ones but they still have their share of excellent jokes in this special. 9.5/10
Plot: Pretty much the same as any other Dunham special except that this one shows backstage stuff of Sweet Daddy Dee as Dunham's manager and critiquing the show backstage. Eeh. That was alright I suppose but not the best. 9/10
Jokes: still excellent and there were many that I loved. Great stuff this guy really knows how to make us laugh. 10/10
Likableness: Very likable. It has its downs but eh. They aren't common or very noticeable. 9.5/10
Final Score: 38/40 95% (N)
TRIVA TIME: Dunham made the puppets of Walter and Jose himself.
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