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Old 09-17-2004, 01:45 PM   #1
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Must Have Comedy DVDs

Okay all you movie buffs, there are some DVDs out there that not only contain a good movie, but have outstanding bonus content as well.

Monty Python & the Holy Grail is a great example. The english subtitles are actually very helpful to catch every joke.

What are your must have comedy dvds????

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Office Space is an excellent movie.....but I don't know what bonus content it has. Lots of other people here are obsessed with it too i'm sure they know what else it has.

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The Young Ones (complete series 1)
The Young Ones (complete series 2)
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Waynes World also.
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The Big Lebowski, the funniest line movie you will ever see.
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The Young Ones (complete series 1)
The Young Ones (complete series 2)
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Father Ted, series 1, 2 & 3
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Black Books, series 1, 2 and 3.
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I recommend The Ben Stiller Show, a short-lived sketch show that aired on Fox in the early '90s. It starred Ben Stiller, Janeane Garofalo, a pre-obnoxious Andy Dick, and Bob Odenkirk (who later went on to do Mr. Show [also recommended]). It's somewhat dated (a lot of alternative-era MTV spoofing, for instance), but it's hilarious nonetheless.

What I think would be of interest to people here is the absolutely inspired parodies of U2. The very first sketch of the very first episode is a bit on "U2: The Early Years," featuring the band playing a kid's bar mitzvah, set up by their manager Ruben Kincaid.

Later on in the episode is a full-on parody of the "One" video that seriously has to be seen by anyone who's even remotely a U2 fan. It's one of the funniest things ever caught on tape.

The last episode, which I haven't seen yet, apparently starts off with a bit about Zoo TV as a sort of late-night talk show.

The DVD is cheap, and worth it.
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Anything Chaplin... I love that stuff.

And I agree with U2democrat - Office Space definitely! "I was told I could listen to the radio at a reasonable volume from 9 to 11... I told Bill that if Sandra can listen to her headphones while she's filing then I should be able to listen to the radio while I'm collating..."
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Damn, I was going to post about The Ben Stiller Show, but someone already beat me to it.
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*Animal House
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*MP and the Holy Grail
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