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Tosh.0 delves into all aspects of the internet, featuring razor sharp humor and biting commentary from comedian Daniel Tosh. From the absolutely absurd to the incredibly ingenious, the series features viral clips, sketches, and "Web Redemptions" which give subjects of infamous viral videos a second chance to redeem themselves from the embarrassment with which they've become synonymous. It’s cable TV's most trusted source for exhibitionist weirdos, injurious idiots and all things Web.
|Format:||Color, NTSC, Widescreen|
|Number of Discs:||2|
|Run Time:||220 minutes|
|DVD Release Date:||June 12, 2012|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 20 reviews|
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9 of 10 found the following review helpful:
Ten Episodes From 2009 Mark The Introduction Of "Tosh.0" To The DVD World Jun 08, 2012
By K. Harris
I'm almost ashamed to admit how much I like Daniel Tosh and his brutally funny Comedy Central endeavor "Tosh.0." A lot of TV programs have skewered web content and brought us the gnarliest, stupidest, and funniest clips that can be found on the Internet. Usually, though, I'm not a big fan of this type of programming. When anyone will act a moron for a moment of perceived fame, it becomes increasingly difficult to support idiots acting like idiots. Of course, that's not all "Tosh.0" offers, but that's its primary focal point. The difference in this show comes from the man himself. Daniel Tosh just may be the blue-eyed, smirking devil in disguise. Tosh's particular brand of humor leans to wry and intelligent smut. He straddles the line of good taste and oftentimes falls on the wrong, but hilarious, side of polite humor. He is relentless, merciless, but never alienating (ok, maybe sometimes). He is a jerk, to be sure, but a charming host as well. And as he rips into his weekly targets, conducts an interview, or performs a skit--I'm willing to follow him just about anywhere.
I was, therefore, ecstatic when I heard they were releasing "Tosh.0: Hoodies" on DVD. But it's been almost impossible to find out what would be included. It seems that Comedy Central will be launching the whole series (currently in the fourth season) and each volume will be represented by a different item of clothing. It seems only natural that we kick things off with the famed hoodie! "Hoodies" will contain the first ten episodes of Season One from 2009. The are:
(1) Afro Ninja, (2) Miss Teen South Carolina, (3) News Puke Kid, (4) Scarlet Takes a Tumble, (5) Leave Britney Alone!, (6) Billoon45, (7) Worst Best Man Speech, (8) Reh Dogg, (9) Drunk Dunk, and (10) and Skateboard Girl.
If you are familiar with "Tosh.0," the episode title is generally related to who gets a web redemption courtesy of Tosh. That means that someone who was embarrassed by a viral video has an opportunity to sit down with Tosh and have a bit of fun. If you are not familiar with the program, though, I'd suggest you catch a few episodes before investing in a purchase. The show may not be for everyone, so check out the Comedy Central reruns--they're on all the time! And while you do that, I say bring on more Tosh! KGHarris, 6/12.
5 of 6 found the following review helpful:
First 10 episodes of a 15 episode season?? Jan 02, 2013
By Amazon Jeff
So Tosh.0 is funny, and this disc is fairly inexpensive... but why do they release TV shows like this? Either put the entire season in the package or forget about it. One can only conclude that the executives making these decisions are either a) extremely stupid or b) extremely evil. I don't see the upside of selling half a season when you don't sell the other half, so I'll just have to assume they're morons.
Either way, it's still a funny show and a decent disc.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Not Your Average Internet Video Show Jun 14, 2012
On the Season 4 episode of Tosh.0 that premiered on 6/13/2012 at it's regular time on Comedy Central, Daniel Tosh plugged this new DVD release and also made fun of it. One of his quips about the DVD was that it contains the first 10 episodes, not the entire first 16-episode season; hence the name "Hoodies" for the DVD to classify the release(s) "by wardrobe" instead of by season. His best jest on the DVD release was in typical, Daniel Tosh sarcastic form: He said, "You can finally buy Tosh.0 on [DVD and] Blu Ray. It's about time, because Comedy Central refuses to ever rerun this show."
Funny he said that, because "why would anyone need to buy this" was the first thing that I thought when I found out about the DVD last week. Well, I suppose if you don't get Comedy Central there is something here for you. Or if you just want to collect these hilarious, fresh, Tosh.0 perspectives on Internet videos there is something here for you. And certainly if you want to see some of the funniest comedy you'll ever see there is something here for you too.
So my guess: This DVD will sell some copies regardless of the fact that the shows are indeed repeated and repeated and repeated over and over again on Comedy Central. Tosh pulls no punches and no one is safe from his witty, sometimes brilliant, satire.
See this show...even if you have to buy it!
9 of 13 found the following review helpful:
Tosh.0 - Hoodies - Blu-Ray Review Jun 13, 2012
Just received this item yesterday morning, so I haven't had time to watch it all in its entirety yet, but from what I've seen, the first 3 episodes and some of the bonuses, it's a must have for any Tosh.0 fan.
I'm sure a lot of people are wondering if it's uncensored, so I'll start with that. From the episodes I've watched so far, the audio IS uncensored, however, the video IS NOT uncensored.
One example includes the Dave Attell/Bree Olson beer pong bit, where Bree was completely naked. She is still covered by a big black box, just as she was when the episode originally aired on Comedy Central. However, one of the bonus clips is the slightly less censored version, that was also put up on the Tosh.0 website when this episode originally aired. This version just has the nudity blurred out, instead of having her entire body covered by a black box. Still censored, just less so, but nothing that wasn't available before if you visited the Tosh.0 website.
Another example is the bit where he's talking about gaining more Twitter followers, and he mentions that all Ashton Kutcher seems to do is "post picture of Demi Moore" and the followers come running, so Daniel decides to put up a naked picture of Demi Moore to increase his followers. This picture is still just as pixelated as it was during the original airing of the episode.
Also, any "inappropriate" words that are shown in text, on screen, are still blurred out, though Daniel saying the words is not bleeped out. So the audio seems completely uncensored, but the video appears to be unchanged from the way the episodes originally aired.
As far as the content, it seems to be the first 10 episodes from Season 1, along with 11 bonus clips. I've only watched 3 of the bonus clips, but from what I saw, they seem to be the extended versions of a few of the clips shown on the show. There is no commentary in these clips, just the clips themselves. One of the bonus clips I watched, as mentioned above, was the slightly less censored version of the Dave Attell/Bree Olson bit.
The menu for the disc (for Blu-Ray), is just a simple menu that is basically a 16:9 version of the case cover.
Then you have a "Play" button, which will play all episodes.
"Episode" pop-up menu to select an individual episode (just labeled 1-10 with a small picture, no names/descriptions).
"Bonus" pop-up menu to go to the bonus content, (just labeled 1-11 with a small picture, again, no names/descriptions).
"Setup" pop-up menu to choose whether you want to use "Dolby TrueHD" or "Dolby Digital Stereo". You can also enable/disable subtitles from this menu.
The video quality (for Blu-ray) isn't amazing, but this is just a comedy clip show, so you don't really need anything that great. The clips obviously vary in quality, some being very old, etc. The bits seem to be better quality than anything else. Such as the Viewer Video of the Week, Web Redemptions, etc. The video quality while Daniel is standing and commenting on videos seemed a bit high on the contrast, but other than that it was fine. Again, a non-issue for the type of show it is.
The audio quality was good. Again, nothing superb, but very acceptable for this kind of show. I expect most people won't care about this, but I just want to cover all the bases.
Not too much else to say. It's Tosh, what's not to love. I was very excited when I saw that they were FINALLY releasing this. I was even more excited when I saw that they decided to not only do a DVD release, but also a Blu-Ray release. Then again, Daniel wouldn't accept any less ;)
I just hope enough people will purchase for them to continue releasing additional seasons.
I will update this review, as needed, after finishing off the rest of the episodes and bonus features, but I hope this has helped enlighten some of you and made your decision to purchase (or not purchase) easier.
I'm in love with Daniel Tosh Feb 06, 2013
He is hilarious and worth every penny. If you don't understand his jokes, this is not for you. If you enjoy smart, politically hilarious with slight innuendos that you may or may not catch, fast action packed comedy, this is for you.
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