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Bob Saget: That Ain't Right

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Bob Saget: That Ain't Right

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  • You might think you know Bob Saget, but do you really? His decidedly adult brand of comedy, which deals with life as a single dad, his parents' sex life, dating, divorce, and any question you had about Full House will leave you looking at Saget in a whole new way. Bob Saget makes his HBO solo debut performed live in front of a packed house at New York University. Saget also unveils a hidden musica


Bob Saget: That Ain't Right (DVD)

You might think you know Bob Saget, but do you really? His decidedly adult brand of comedy, which deals with life as a single dad, his parents' sex life, dating, divorce, and any question you had about Full House will leave you looking at Saget in a whole new way. Bob Saget makes his HBO solo debut performed live in front of a packed house at New York University. Saget also unveils a hidden musical talent - he can sing and play the guitar! Your customers CANNOT MISS his hilarious performance of "Danny Tanner is Not Gay" to the tune of The Backstreet Boys, "I Want it That Way"!


Product Details
Format:Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
Number of Discs:2
Studio:HBO Studios
Run Time:60 minutes
DVD Release Date:August 28, 2007
Average Customer Rating: based on 126 reviews

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Average Customer Review:2.5 ( 126 customer reviews )
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24 of 28 found the following review helpful:

3Hits and misses  Sep 09, 2007 By Graham R. Scott
Upon seeing former family-hour anchor Saget act like he has Tourette's and ADHD simultaneously, some reviewers here -- it appears -- couldn't stop laughing.

Many more people, it seems, couldn't start.

I was somewhere in between: I started watching about halfway through, and for ten minutes or more, never once felt the urge to laugh. I outgrew scatalogical humor decades ago (or thought I had). In short, I was in the zero-to-one-stars camp. Under normal circumstances, I probably would have changed the channel or shut the thing off, but I had nothing better to do and wanted to see how bad it would get. But here's the thing: Saget's wit flies by at about a mile a minute, usually buried in what appears to be stream of (very raunchy) consciousness; the jokes are dropped in so slyly through sleight-of-mouth that they're practically subliminal. Moreover, most of these "wait -- what did he just say?"-type jokes build on previous ones, which is why it took me about ten minutes to start catching up on them. Once I did, I found quite a few of them pretty funny -- and several of his jabs during the last half of my show had me laughing so hard I ended up wheezing.

All of this means it's very tough to figure out whether to recommend his routine to anyone. I think much of his profane material will only appeal to the potty-mouth, not-too-cerebral crowd, and turn off those who appreciate fine wit. But at the same time, I wonder whether his cleverest jokes are likely to be missed entirely by the belch-and-gas crowd. Put another way, I suspect the appropriate audience for Saget is very, very, very small: You have to simultaneously love subtle wit and the most profane, carnal, guttermouth, unredeemably bad jokes in the world -- and be happy, mostly, with the latter. That's a pretty small demographic, and I'm frankly not sure I fall within it.

One last note: I would politely disagree with those who suggest Saget is just trying to play against his good-boy image. Based on my read of the man, I would bet otherwise: He's not overcompensating, folks -- just out of the closet.

10 of 12 found the following review helpful:

1I'm not offended by curses or shock humor... just offended by unfunny comedians.  Dec 18, 2013 By Hemmingway
I don't care how much he curses or how many borderline inappropriate and politically incorrect jokes a comedian makes.. '

If he/she is funny.. I don't give a s*** how vulgar they are.

Bob Saget is extremely vulgar... Unfortunately he is not funny in the slightest bit.

If he didn't seem like such a lame person, I would have felt bad seeing him up on stage bombing so bad.

He's just not funny, and tries way to too hard. Terrible comedian, terrible show.

12 of 15 found the following review helpful:

1Horrible waste of time!  Jan 05, 2014 By TazBorg "Tom L."
As stated many times in these reviews "We get it, you are not the warm fuzzy dad from that show you were in" But cursing just because you are allowed to is not funny, the "jokes" (I use that word loosely here) are just plain awful & never during any comedy special have I not laughed at all till I seen this train wreck. Avoid this at all costs, even free it would not be worth the purchase price as viewing it will make you lose an hour of your life you will never get back!

10 of 13 found the following review helpful:

5"Watch this, Bob Saget!!"...  Feb 06, 2008 By Mark Gatzke
Oh, how I longed for the good old days of Sam Kinison and Bob Goldthwait... And then along comes Bob Saget, making up for years of fluffy, empty quips ala Full House and America's Funniest Videos with a performance that is nothing short of stunning. I can't remember the last time I laughed so hard for so long. He's out of control and making up for lost time. Granted, it's not for everyone. This brand of humor knocks the door to bad taste off its hinges. It's in the gutter and stream-of-consciousness all the way, but, believe it or not, that's a lot harder to pull off than you might think. But what makes this stuff truly funny is that it's BOB SAGET! I respect a man who goes with his gut, and Bob is the current leader of the shock-comedy pack. Nicely done!

11 of 15 found the following review helpful:

1Please Bob... Just Stop. Enough Already.  Oct 02, 2008 By Robert W. Fowler
Okay okay okay, I get it. Bob Saget isn't actually the warm and fuzzy single parent raising three cute little girls. I believe you, really I do. You don't need to beat the heck out of it and ram it in my ears over and over again for an hour. In my book, you don't get respect or props for just being "the real you." In stand up comedy, you also need to be... um... funny. There was nothing more intelligent or witty about Bob Saget's hour long rant that I couldn't find in a Middle School lunch table. Some people can work gimmicks well - he can't. Through the entire special, Saget is awkward and hard to follow. Most of the time I just sat shaking my head trying to figure out if he had a point to anything he was saying. The bottom line is that it's just not funny. It seems to me that Bob Saget thinks that spewing four letter words and sick, twisted thoughts wrecklessly makes good comedy. Obviously it doesn't. All I got out of this after it ended was this:

Bob Saget isn't Danny Tanner. Wow. I think most of us get the joke... or lack of one.

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