In It's O.K. to be a White Male, Jeff Wayne asks the question, "How did the majority become the minority?" As he stomps through the minefield of "political correctness", his is the voice that heretofore has been silenced by the whimpering of gays, blacks, vegetarians, non-smokers, and Donahue devotees who have declared it "open season on my white ass". On the cutting-edge of controversy, Wayne's brand of comedy is never cruel, and always very, very funny.
"It's O.K. to ignore this guy!!!"
Are we responsible for a woman weighing 1,200 pounds? Should a gorilla receive an award for saving a baby in its cage � or should we ask how that baby got there in the first place? A punk stands up on a roller coaster after being repeatedly being told not to and literally loses his head! Should we feel sorry for him? Jeff Wayne delights in tackling today's headlines, constantly amazed by their obvious celebration of idiocy.
With his smooth style and distinct New York accent, Bobby Collins wraps a proverbial arm around his audiences shoulder and brings them in as if they were old friends.
The dictionary defines "raconteur" as "one who tells stories with skill and wit". This is the perfect description of Jeff Wayne. His comic brilliance is only matched by his fascination with the truly great show-business talents. It has driven him to meet many of his idols, such as Jay Leno, the Beatles, and Debbie Reynolds, and extract from them some of their best stories.
In a world burdened with concerns about terrorism, global warming, and worldwide hunger (just to mention a few), nothing could be more welcome than a good laugh! Jeff Wayne plays upon today's heightened political awareness to poke fun at gay people, homophobes, sexism, racism, minorities, the politically correct, etc., etc....Laugh out loud funny, funny, funny!