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Nice Try, The Devil (CD+DVD)

Nice Try, The Devil (CD+DVD)
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Nice Try, The Devil (CD+DVD)  (Audio CD) 
by Pete Holmes

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In his first hour-long special on Comedy Central, comedian and podcast host (You Made It Weird) Pete Holmes perfects his signature silliness and really gets into that time Juan won one. While he may look like a youth pastor, he's as comfortable talking about religion as he is secretly hating his girlfriend's friends and being a straight man who is 100% Gay for Ryan Gosling. Trust us, this special is McDonald's.

Product Details
Audio CD Release Date:May 14, 2013
Studio:Comedy Central Rec.
Number Of Discs:2
Average Customer Rating: based on 36 reviews

Track Listing
1. No Need Teef / Salon Dijon
2. White Wine / Youth Pastor
3. Pierce!!! / Juan!!!
4. Good Time McDonald's
5. Atlanta
6. Dropped a Dog
7. Single Give & Take
8. Gay for Gosling
9. Hate Girlfriend's Friends
10. Video Game Doctor
11. Breast Milk
12. Arrows
13. Belief Choices / Raptures
14. Tighten Up
15. Boysenberries / Cake Porn
16. Telemarketers

Customer Reviews
Average Customer Review:5.0 ( 36 customer reviews )
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7 of 7 found the following review helpful:

5So good!  May 18, 2013 By M. Shonle
After watching Pete, it feels like I was in a conversation with him. It's almost as if it's not just him making the jokes, but that the audience was part of it the whole time. That makes for a great experience. I saw Pete perform once in Austin, but even his TV specials have the same level of intimacy. Perhaps this isn't surprising, given that the community of fans from his You Made It Weird podcast are also active and engaged.

4 of 4 found the following review helpful:

5Mrs. Holmes does it again  May 14, 2013 By Giuseppe Mercuri
Hilarious as always. I first started listening to Pete's podcast You Made It Weird and have been a fan ever since. If you loved Impregnated with Wonder you will love this one as well. Great job Pete. P.S. Keep it Crispy!

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

5Cashing Happy Checks  May 20, 2013 By Mark Eremite "This Is A Display Model Only"
He is tied with Jeff Garlin and T.J. Miller for the dubious honor of being the most obnoxious guest on Doug Benson's popular podcast, Doug Loves Movies. On that podcast, he's the kind of unbridled attention hog who sprays jokes out in a machine gun style so brassy that it's ten times funnier than anything he actually says. And he also habitually commits one of my biggest pet peeves for comedians: routinely laughing (long and loudly) at his own material.

Consider these complaints as an underscore to the following: this album is fantastic.

What a relief to find something so accessibly weird and warmly goofy and still legitimately funny! And I've been searching. I've been on a stand-up kick for the past few months, and the number of D.O.A. albums out there is just plain stifling. I enjoyed Pete's first album quite a bit, although there were bits that didn't stick so much, either because of their visual nature or their general done-to-death-ness (he's the third or fourth I've heard do entire sets on Subway sandwiches).

There's something about this album, though, that transcends any of the petty complaints I could level against it. The bits are tight without seeming rehearsed. Even the topics that seem overly done(breast milk, girlfriend friends, dying) are revived by his aggressively cheerful insistence. At one point, he claims he doesn't have the "poetry of language" to accurately describe an experience, but that -- if anything -- is where most of his humor lies: his ability to paint every moment with descriptions of colorful lunacy or to give them a self-effacing backdrop that falls just shy of being self-pitying and becomes more of a smirk and shrug and a "this is life" delivery.

Tons of fun. Surprising. Fast-paced. A treat. It's currently the #1 for this websites comedy offerings. There's little question why.

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

5A great follow up to his awesome debut  Jun 10, 2013 By Maiku Kisaragi "Maiku"
A few years ago I heard Impregnated With Wonder, Pete Holmes first album. It quickly became one of my top 3 favorites ever and no matter how many times I listen to it I still laugh. Because of that I didn't expect the next album to live up to such heights, After all plenty of comedians have a stellar first album only to fall flat on the 2nd. With Pete this isn't the case. Nice Try, The Devil is every bit as good as hit debut If you like Pete and his kind of humor as I do this one is a home run. If you are not sure about Pete go check out his incredible podcast "You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes"

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

5I still can't stop laughing at his Telemarketers Joke  Jun 10, 2014 By Jason G. Fialkovich
Hilarious! A few of these tracks popped up one of my Pandora comedy stations. When I found out who the comedian was, I immediately bought Pete Holmes' album. Everytime the Telemarketers Joke comes up, I still laugh out loud. Upon further research I was so happy to see that Pete Holmes has his own talk show that follows Conan's. (I don't have cable and am extremely out of the loop anymore with things like this.) You will LOVE this album if you enjoy Senfield, TJ Miller, Jim Gaffigan, Aziz Ansari, and John Mulaney. Are you still reading this? Buy it already and see for yourself!

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