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Pam Ann: Live from New York | [Pam Ann]

Pam Ann: Live from New York

Glitzy, glamorous air hostess Pam Ann.
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Glitzy, glamorous air hostess Pam Ann.

©2012 Anchor Bay Entertainment (P)2012 Redbush Entertainment Ltd

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    What disappointed you about Pam Ann?

    I'd heard that Pam Ann was very funny. However, this recording contained mostly only a collection of poor attempts at making humor from some abstract connection between airline hostess culture, black-male genitalia and the performers desire to have sex with black men. Although the laughter tracking was prominent, I couldn't work out most of the time what we, or apparently the live audience should be laughing at. What scant humor existed was solely derived from the attachment of air steward phrases to simplistic, hackneyed stereotypes of various countries and accents. At the end it trailed off for about 10 minutes into a racist portrayal of what the performer describes as a poor Singaporean mother working in rice fields with her children....go figure.


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