Born in Canada to Anglo-Indian parents, Russell has become a comedy sensation. Calling upon his Asian background, he uses references etnicity, class and cultural stereotypes in his act. He is enormously successful in many countries and even sold out the O2 in London, which is no mean feat. This recording was made at Madison Square Garden in New York.
This week at the Laugh Factory, Brother Woods embarrasses Dom by giving a few too many props. Then, SNL's Finesse Mitchell explains why mannequins are turning him on, and why black teenage moms shouldn't be allowed to name their children. Greek-Canadian Angelo Tsarouchas explains the real reason fat people are fat and the meaning behind his Greek name. Finally, Russell Peters and Dom compare notes on the politics of stealing other people's material and coming up with new material.
Dom asks Indian comedian Russell Peters, "Why can't a Jew get a break in this town?" Dom turns off gay comedian Jason Stuart when he jokes about disciplining homosexuals...but not in a bad way. You'll also hear from Jeff Cesario and Debbie Gutierrez.
True stories inspired by one of the most iconic, beloved, best-selling books of our time. In the 10 years since its electrifying debut, Elizabeth Gilbert's Eat Pray Love has become a worldwide phenomenon, empowering millions of people to set out on paths they never thought possible, in search of their own best selves. Here, in this candid and captivating collection, nearly 50 of those people, as diverse in their experiences as they are in age and background, share their stories.