Jeff Dunham (Himself)/Walter/Peanut/Bubba J/Walter/Sweet Daddy Dee/Jose Jalapeno on a Stick.
Dunham the ventriloquist is back again with all his puppet buddies.
Jeff Dunham is a very good ventriloquist, not just for the ability to throw his voice which is somewhat lost when in an audience, but for the different voices he is able to use. His skills are truly incredible as he is able to switch between himself and two puppets, speaking their voices while presenting it as a 3-way conversation, and performing the physical part of the act for both puppets as well. His interaction with the audience is amazing and he does a great job of making you forget you are even watching puppets and a ventriloquist. Achmed was missing though which was a bit disappointing, yet his material seems fresh every time with little reliance on previously used material or shows.
The best part of this one was when an audience member got up to use the Men’s Room. Dunham actually stopped the show and waited for the guy and teased him good when he got back. Excellent improvisation!
Camera work and sound was well done.
Comedy fans will likely enjoy this one quite a bit.
The DVD for this show had the option of Bleeped or Not Bleeped which was nice but older kids are probably going to be able to figure out the bleeped stuff. Otherwise, save this one for adults as there is plenty of foul language.
Jeff Dunham: Arguing with Myself is no longer showing in any Littleton Colorado movie theatres.
Star rating: 5 out of 5
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