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Andy Milonakis Show: Season 1 [Import]

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Product Details

  • Format: Full Screen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: MTV
  • Release Date: March 28 2006
  • ASIN: B000DN5VEE

Product Description

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Though plenty of comedians have utilized a man-child persona in the past (from Jerry Lewis and Pinky Lee to Pee Wee Herman), TV sketch comic Andy Milonakis takes the schtick one step further because he physically resembles a child (he's actually in his 30s, and his appearance is reportedly due to a health issue). That incongruity lends an extra layer of lunacy to his already bizarre, freeform humor--is that really a 12-year-old boy playing with ham or harassing elderly strangers on the street?--and undoubtedly accounts for the popularity of his show. Summarizing the 10 episodes of season 1 is nearly impossible, since there's no narrative flow to the program. Andy, his dog, and his pals zip from one surreal scenario to another with little time for the viewer to catch a breath between laughs (or stunned reactions). If any structure can be applied to the show, episodes seem to be divided between "sketches" (Andy wrestles his toaster when it burns his breakfast; Andy jumps into his television and meets Snoop Dogg) and "pranks" (Andy challenges strangers to a footrace or hassles them for their autograph), with occasional participation by bewildered celebrities (Black Eyed Peas, Ying Yang Twins, Carson Daly). Your tolerance for non-sequiturs and just plain silliness will determine whether you view Andy as a riot or a nuisance, but there's no denying that he's got energy--and weirdness--to spare. The DVD offers commentary by Andy and his castmates with NY Daily News reporter Richard Huff as moderator, several unaired skits and extended scenes, as well as interviews with the cast and a featurette on Andy's rise from Internet cult icon to TV star. --Paul Gaita

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Amazon.com: 4.1 out of 5 stars  56 reviews
23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Where's the original music, MTV? March 29 2006
By EngLebuRt - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
I'm an Andy Milonakis fanatic. I saw every episode of season 1 at least 5 times. I haven't been this stoked about a show since Sifl and Olly, or Tom Green left the airwaves. Now this review is for the `real fans'. See I bought Andy as soon as I got out of work. Threw it into the DVD player, and something terribly wrong happened. All the original music has been replaced! The Dr. Curly skit is no longer amusing as Master P's `I miss my homies' has been replaced with some terrible crunk track that does not fit at all. Mike Jones was removed from the Milkshake skit, Gorillaz was replaced during the Dream skit. Even Green Day's `American Idiot' is removed from the end credits. MTV was to cheap to license the original songs, and the skits suffer as a result. MTV needs to be punished! They could have at least had the decency to warn a brutha, but no, they thought they could get away with it. So rise up people. Do everything in your power to voice you contempt for the penny-pinching powers that be. Keep watching the reruns and do not buy this DVD set until they release the original music. Hey MTV, you owe me twenty bux! On a positive note, the unaired skits are every bit as good if not better then the ones that aired, but it still doesn't remove the sour taste from within my mouth.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WACKY, WILD FUN! March 29 2006
By Tim Janson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Well I guess like a lot of people I was stunned to learn that Andy Milonaki is NOT a teenaged boy like he looks but actually in his 30's! I mean...I was thinking where is this kids parents? But the show, with all it's juvenile humor is quite silly but still pretty funny. The best parts are when Andy takes to the streets of New York to interact with people on the street. Their reactions to this crazy "kid" are absolutely priceless. Andy runs down the street with a giant cow tongue hanging out of his mouth screaming as astonished onlookers watch. Or he hands out balloons to people saying "I hate Myself...have a nice day!" Andy likes to have fun with pizza or Chinese food delivery guys. In one episode he is all tied up to a chair as the delivery man arrives. These guys normally speak little English so their reactions are really funny. In another, Andy takes his pizza and disappears to get money, only to come back with the pizza and complain that there's a tennis shoe on it. But that's OK because he says it's the one he lost. And so it goes as Andy moves from one prank to another.

There's no theme to the episodes, just Andy goofing off. Each episode has a guest star such as Carson Daly or Snoop Dog. The reason it's so hard to believe that Andy isn't a kid is that his escapades are things you'd think only a kid could possibly come up with. Still it's funny and the show has a lot of heart. Andy gets to do things that I suppose a lot of us would like to do. Great Fun!
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "Peas on his head, but don't call him a pea-head." Jan. 13 2006
By C. Forman - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
As the other review suggests, this is a show that you will either adore or utterly loathe. It all depends on whether you can appreciate Andy Milonakis' unclassifiably wacky sense of humor. I discovered this show while channel-surfing late one night, and by the end I was literally sobbing from laughter. It is a very different kind of comedy show, consisting of short clips that last anywhere from 10 seconds to a couple of minutes, and encompassing anything and everything that Andy can think up. In one skit he orders a pizza and when the guy brings it he acts all upset and says that Andy Milonakis died exactly one year ago today, in a horrible pizza accident. In another he writes the world's stupidest play and then tries to get people on the street to audition for it. Yet another has him as "Karate Lincoln" in a stovepipe hat, and he blocks people who try to pick the potato chip crumbs out of his fake beard. Sometimes he freestyle raps, hilariously. It's all very childish, beyond a doubt, but unlike shows like Tom Green and Viva La Bam, it never comes across as obnoxious or mean-spirited. Andy is just out to have a good time, and I'm personally delighted that MTV is releasing his show on DVD, because I think it is an absolute riot.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars andy is like candy March 28 2006
By doobie - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
andy does not disrespect senior citizens, clearly he loves them. andy is silly in the extreme. let andy be andy and enjoy the show.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stupid, but hilarious!!!!!!!! April 20 2006
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
This is the best thing I have in my dvd collection. The Andy Milonakis Show is so funny. Michael Myers makes an apperance in the special feature,"Andy goes Hollywood". It has 8 episodes, Even though I was expecting about 16 episodes, the 8 funny episodes were worth it. In this dvd, Andy and his friends Ralphie, Larry, and Rivka are so dumb and stupid that it is funny. Also some things are so random that it is funny like "How water is made". In my opinon, the best episode on the dvd is the first episode. One more thing, the intro song he does at the beginning of every episode is random, funny, and stupid. Buy this dvd!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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