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The Man Show: Season One, Vol. 1


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  • Actors: Adam Carolla, Jimmy Kimmel, Angelique Gorges, Vanessa Kay, Suzanne Sheikh
  • Directors: Bill Price
  • Writers: Adam Carolla, Jimmy Kimmel, Daniel Kellison, Jonathan Kimmel, Michael Addis
  • Producers: Avi Eshed, Chris Carriveau
  • Format: Box set, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Funimation! Unidisc
  • Release Date: Feb. 1 2008
  • Run Time: 30 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00009MEFP
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #39,328 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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It's the same Man Show you watched when it first aired. And that's supposed to be bad? If you want the jugglies naked, close your eyes and dream a little dream. DTV has 'uncensored' Springer on PPV. Go there if you like. Your local big box retailer has any of the "Girls Gone Wild" videos. Go there if you like. Some previous reviewers seem to think the Jugglies were naked on set, offering sex to the audience. Some previous reviewers also seem to think that 'Beam me up,' and 'Warp factor ten' are actual phrases that the United States Air Force uses every day over the skies of Iraq. But for those of you who like the Man Show not for the obvious, but for let's-play-a-joke-on-[fill in the blank] guy video, you can't help but smile. Only dolts would find a need to complain.
Of course, it's sparse. The first season was sparse; there were ten or so episodes aired...what do you want? ...the un-aired episodes? ['Beam me up'] It's video on DVD, not IMAX. It's lots of man-humor without apology. If you like Benny Hill, this is your fare. If you like woman's suffrage, beware.
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By A Customer on July 25 2003
When "The Man Show" first aired on Comedy Central, it attracted the expected wrath of arch-feminists who denounced the show for playing on stereotypes of women, the best example being the scantily-clad Juggy Dance Squad. What it actually does is take every male stereotype in existence -- namely, that men are little more than boozing, belching, flatulating, ogling Neanderthals -- and runs with it. The result is a riotously funny celebration of all things male, hosted by Adam Carolla and Jimmy Kimmel, just two regular guys who like to drink beer and make really bad jokes.
Where else would you see a variety show with recurring segments like "Movies Men Don't Want to See" (a hilarious takeoff on "chick flicks"), "Man-O-Vations" (ridiculous inventions for guys, such as the Carnival Urinal) and "Household Hints from Adult Film Stars" (you figure it out)? Or fake commercials for such outfits as the Rest Assured Disposal Agency, which cleans all the naughty stuff out of your house when you die so your family won't be traumatized?
"The Man Show" is a hysterically funny series quite unlike anything else on TV. May there be girls jumping on trampolines for a long time to come!
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This is one of the few shows that I can be bothered to watch Comedy Central for. If Tim Allen's character Tim Taylor from Home Improvement hosted a variety show instead of Tool Time, it would be something like this. It's a show by men, about men and it makes no apologies for why men are the way they are.
Now the reason I gave this set only 2 stars. The video quality of this set is horrible. There's some strange interlace artifacting that's very noticeable, and extremely distracting, especially when there's any moderate to fast motion. I tried all the various interlacing and deinterlacing settings on my player and TV, and could not get rid of them.
It's not just on one disc either, so that rules out a bad disc. There's a problem with the way these discs were encoded to MPEG2. To me, it looks like it was either the interlaced source was reinterlaced during encoding, or the encoder was just simply not configured properly. I'll be letting the studio know that there's a pretty bad problem with this set.
How THREE discs got pressed without anyone noticing the problem is beyond me. Doesn't anyone watch this stuff to make sure it works before they go to mass duplication with it?
Personally, I'm going to hold off on future seasons of this show until I see that the problem has been solved.
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By A Customer on July 26 2003
This DVD is CENSORED, CENSORED, CENSORED!
Simply put: The only reason anyone would want a DVD of the Man Show is to have it uncensored and with a lot of episodes. Seeing as there are only 10 episodes in this set (and that they are spread over 3 DVDs for some reason) and that they are CENSORED (Yes, no nipplevision for you!), there is absolutely no reason to buy this at ANY price. I loved the show, I'll admit, but I expect no censorship when I buy a DVD. If they release it uncensored (a costly and time consuming process), I'll maybe buy it (I've seen the full thing, just in case you think I have no idea of what I'm talking about.)
Buy this only if you feel like being disappointed
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No more bleeped-out words in this version. All the colorful language (well, there's some but not THAT much) is heard in all its glory. Still a wonderful show, and I hope Seasons 2-4 will be forthcoming.
Obviously Comedy Central had to bleep out certain language and mosaic over the brief nudity. But so far the language is uncensored for the DVD but the one instance of nudity remains strategically covered. No big deal, really. Most of us are adult enough to not get all googly over a pair of you-know-whats. But it is an interesting "partial uncensoring" nonetheless.
The DVD extras are only mildly interesting, but the content as a whole is still worth the expense.
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When a show panders to women is is called sensitive and thoughful. When a show is geared to men is called sexist and vulgar.
Okay The Man Show is vulgar and sexist. It also happens to be funny and reasonably clever in it's sophmoric humor. Which is far better than most of the programming that is not sports geared for men...well the clever part at least. The first season of The Man Show is solid and if you can just let that egalitarian new age guy out for an evening you should be laughing and getting a few guilty pleasures.
It is too bad Fox went to the big bar in the sky, but his drinking chant lives on.
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