Def Comedy Jam All Stars 5 Martin Lawrence And Warren Hucherson PT 7
Hub - https://hytronlive.wordpress.com/Def Comedy Jam All Stars 5 Martin Lawrence is introducing Warren Hutcherson one of the funniest names in comedy that rocked the house for nine seasons on HBO ... now this amazing collection will rock yours again and again. Too explosive for regular TV, Russell Simmons' Def Comedy Jam feature's today's hottest comedians at their wildest and funniest. Whether you're laughing for the first time or catching your racous favorites, Russell Simmons' Def Comedy Jamis the ultimate comedy experience ... so outrageous that you'll definitely be back for more! Featuring Jamie Foxx, Chris Tucker, Martin Lawrence, Sheryl Underwood, D.L. Hughley, Affion Crockett, Cory Holcomb and many more. "Nonstop riot ... Brash, defiant, exuhuberant ... life-affirming and laugh ... affirming at the same time." ... The Washington Post. "Def Comedy Jam is a hit! ... Los Angeles Times.That's Comedy! - The Net's #1 Joke Ebook http://hytron.live/funnyThe series had its original run from July 1, 1992 to January 1, 1997. Simmons was inspired to make Def Comedy Jam by Jerry Lewis' movie The Nutty Professor. The show returned on HBO's fall lineup in 2006. Def Comedy Jam helped to launch the careers of several African-American stand-up comediansCriticismThe show was criticized for excessive foul language and negative representations of African Americans. These criticisms were brought up and discussed by some of the comedians who got their start on the show in a Netflix Original special celebrating the 25th anniversary of the show called Def Comedy Jam 25Spin-offsThe show produced a spinoff called Loco SlamENTERTAINMENTLAUGHZ N THE HOOD : Television: A showcase for unknown black comics, 'Russell Simmons' Def Comedy Jam' begins its second season Friday on HBO.August 6, 1992 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITERA torrent of rap music fills the packed theater and a sea of fists pump the air as emcee Martin Lawrence swaggers confidently on stage and yells, "Yo, whassup, black people, whassup?" * A sharply dressed comedian surveys the crowd and proclaims: "Fellas, give it up for the ladies in the house! Let the dogs loose!" followed by a sustained chorus of "woofs" deeper and more sustained than any ever heard on the Arsenio Hall show.Valley Weekend : WednesdayNovember 16, 1995 | JAMES E. FOWLERLAUGHING IN THE HOOD Def Comedy Jam All-Stars make their way to the Universal Amphitheater this Wednesday night. With its in-your-face style, Russell Simmons' "Def Comedy Jam" on Home Box Office is one of the most popular comedy shows in the '90s. In rap lingo, def means excellent. Although all the comics are African American and much of the material is filled with references unfamiliar to mainstream audiences, HBO research reveals that two-thirds of the show's audience is not black.ANYTIME Sundays: Workaholic Jay Leno continues appearing virtually every Sunday night at the Comedy and Magic Club in Hermosa Beach. Thursdays: Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady and Greg Proops keep their improv act sharp and try routines that may turn up on their ABC-TV series, "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" Thursdays at the Hollywood Improv. Fridays, beginning Sept.WITH AN EYE ON . . . : Joe Torry plans to add his own flavor to the 'Def Comedy Jam' stageAugust 7, 1994 | CHRIS RUBIN, Chris Rubin is a Los Angeles-based free-lance writerThe new host of HBO's "Russell Simmons' Def Comedy Jam" isn't out to remake the show, just move it forward. " 'Comedy Jam' won't change much," says Joe Torry. "It's just a continuation, hipper, a new flavor. And," Torry adds with a laugh, "better looking." "Def Comedy Jam" producer Russell Simmons caught Torry's act in a comedy club and promised him a spot based on the strength of that performance.'Loco' Hopes to Hit Grand Slam for LatinosFebruary 20, 1994 | GREG BRAXTONComing in June, in the raunchy, X-rated tradition of "Russell Simmons' Def Comedy Jam," is more ethnic humor with some real spice. The producers of HBO's "Loco Slam," the Latino version of the African American comedy show, are crossing their fingers that the show will be as big a boost for Latino comics as "Def Comedy Jam" has been for black comedians.Time is everything on the laugh track.