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Young And Handsome: A Night With Jeff Garlin

Young And Handsome: A Night With Jeff Garlin
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Young And Handsome: A Night With Jeff Garlin  (Audio CD) 
by Jeff Garlin

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Product Details
Audio CD Release Date:July 21, 2009
Number Of Discs:1
Average Customer Rating: based on 1 reviews

Track Listing
1. Caulk, F***er
2. A Fat Man Falling
3. Do I Know You?
4. The First Time I Stole Something
5. Tomfoolery
6. A.D.D.
7. F*** You Old Man
8. Baron von Cream
9. Kid Rock, That's Who
10. Five Donuts

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Average Customer Review:3.0 ( 1 customer reviews )
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3Amiable, But Sometimes Rambling  Aug 04, 2012 By Anton Karidian
When I found this CD on sale at a bookstore, I picked it up even though I didn't know anything about Jeff Garlin and had not seen the TV series "Curb Your Enthusiasm" that the cover mentions he appears in. Well, his comedy on this CD is amiable enough and easy-going, and is typically concerned with incidents that have happened in his life. For anyone easily offended, there's a substantial amount of R-rated lauguage here, although it's usually in the form of expletives such as "F*** you!" rather than talk about sex. Of the 10 tracks that run about 44 minutes total, I like about half of it. Oh, I get a fair number of laughs out of this, and Garlin has a good comic delivery, but often what he's saying is really not that funny or interesting. For instance, on the track "baron von creme" he goes on and on about some guy going through security at an airport who tells them over and over "I need my creme," then this guy later tells Garlin how sexy Waffle House women are. Not exactly uproarious stuff. On the track "kid rock, that's who" Garlin rambles on and on about going to a baseball game with 2 guys, and there's little point to the account. And sometimes he digresses with strange comments, like at one point on the track "F*** you old man" he asks the audience whether he should say "says" or "said" in a certain situation, and he goes back and forth with that 5 times so I'm thinking "Who cares?! Get on with it!"

On the other hand, Garlin tells some funny stories too. Like, one funny one is his wife telling him to caulk the house and how that gets him in trouble on the phone (R rated language, so that's all I can say about that here). In another good story he explains how eating a bunch of doughnuts saved his life one day. So there is some funny stuff here, but to me the CD as a whole is quite uneven. By the way, there's also a DVD of this called, not surprisingly, Jeff Garlin: Young and Handsome: A Night with Jeff Garlin.

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