Audiences love Dane Cook. This 400-person live audience at the Laugh Factory is no exception. In the background, they hoot and holler along with Cook's jokes. Nevertheless, because this one-hour special is one of Cook's smallest shows, he must rely on the quality of his jokes rather than his popularity. He starts off with a few tired one-liners about the election of a black president but hits his stride when he riffs on his personal life, from his parents' cancer to his own sexual escapades. His rants employ his distinctive punchy, spastic, and sometimes vulgar tone. Debuting at number four on the Billboard 200, this album is certainly a fan favorite.
After his last two highly rated specials and multi-platinum selling albums, Dane reinvented his act and took it to the stage in front of 400 people at the Laugh Factory in Hollywood. This intimate show was performed in a nightclub atmosphere where Dane shared the audience's energy in a real-time performance, without a safety net. Here, he showcases a darker and more personal set with cutting edge material that pushes the envelope.
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YES reading this would b pointless if u cant hear Dane cook's own words
Yes everyone need a good laugh
Like I said its the way he delivers the jokes
Laugh till I was crying!!! exactly what I wanted
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