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The Jeff Dunham Show 1 Season 2009

Season 1
3.8 out of 5 stars (604) IMDb 5.6/10

When superstar stand-up Jeff Dunham's outlandish characters infiltrate our world, nothing and no one is safe--from adult films (Achmed the Dead Terrorist gets his first taste) to the n-word (Sweet Daddy Dee helps Jeff reach a new audience).

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Brian Braunlich, Jeff Dunham

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1. The Jeff Dunham Show 101

To deal with their relationship issues, Jeff and Walter visit a therapist. Achmed shows footage from his new stand-up DVD. Peanut has a hot date with gorgeous singer/reality star Brooke Hogan. To cure Bubba J's homesickness, Jeff takes him to a gun range.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: October 22, 2009
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2. The Jeff Dunham Show 106

Achmed the Dead Terrorist holds a long overdue funeral...for himself, Walter interviews Joel and Benji Madden of Good Charlotte about music, skateboard clothing, and sex, and Walter also gets a physical from a female doctor.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: October 29, 2009
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3. The Jeff Dunham Show 102

Achmed takes the U.S. Citizenship Test, Walter learns how to play the video game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Sweet Daddy Dee tries to help Jeff diversify his audience, and Peanut creates a highly-caffeinated energy drink called Neow!

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: November 5, 2009
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4. The Jeff Dunham Show 107

Peanut records a rap song, Bubba J visits a hypnotist, and Achmed watches his first adult movie.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: November 12, 2009
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5. The Jeff Dunham Show 104

Sweet Daddy Dee takes part in a Civil War re-enactment, Achmed records ringtones at a local music studio, Walter goes to a travel agent, and Bubba J teaches a young couple how to be safe in their house while drunk.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: November 19, 2009
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6. The Jeff Dunham Show 103

Peanut auditions a group at a local dance studio to perform on Jeff's show, Walter gives relationship advice to three young couples, Achmed tries to join the U.S. Marines, and Bubba J records ringtones at a local music studio.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: December 3, 2009
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7. The Jeff Dunham Show 105

Jeff sends Bubba J to Dr. Drew's rehab facility, Achmed tries to recruit terrorists at a job fair, Walter apologizes to his wife, in advance, for all the bad things he's going to do, and Peanut seeks dating advice from a pro.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: December 10, 2009
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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Manny Rodriguez, Matthew McNeil, John Nolan
Starring Brian Braunlich, Jeff Dunham
Supporting actors Brooke Hogan, Elaine Schock
Season year 2009
Network Comedy Central
Producers Stephen Ashton Booth, Judi Brown-Marmel, Myra Byrne, Cathy A. Cambria, Michael Dugan, Jeff Dunham, Robert Hartmann, Tricia Horn, Phil Mark, Ross McCall, Aaron Peters, Christine Reed, Jeff Rothpan, Stu Schreiberg, Susan Youth
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
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"The Jeff Dunham Show" is a Comedy Central offshoot of Jeff Dunham's live shows using the familiar characters Walter, Achmed, Bubba J, Sweet Daddy Dee, Peanut, and Jose Jalapeno. In this seven episode season, Dunham introduces his characters onstage in front of an audience and then goes to a clip of them out in the real world trying to interact with other people.

Watching the show, the format is VERY similar to the Dave Chappelle Show where he would interact with the audience and introduce segments and then go to the clip in a sketch comedy sort of way. However, the difference between Dave Chappelle and Jeff Dunham was that Chappelle was really good at this. When Dunham takes his characters out in public, the audience is supposed to believe they are real people and other actors and celebrities talk to the puppets. For example, Brooke Hogan is set up with Peanut on a date until Peanut "eats" some guacamole laced with nuts that he is allergic to and Achmed intercepts the date to put the moves on her. We see the characters' feet, dancing with other people, shooting guns, all sorts of things.

If you like these characters and think they are funny on their own, than this show will probably work for you and you'll enjoy it. The magic of the previous live show format was that everyone marveled at Dunham's ability to DO these characters since ventriloquism isn't easy and there was always potential for him to start cracking up too much or making a mistake or Achmed's arm falling off which would increase the hilarity of any given bit. Taking the "live" quality out of the format with everything being pre-taped in these segments means they could have used as many takes as they wanted to finish a scene, so it just isn't as impressive as when it is done on the spot.
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Jeff Dunham is a very gifted ventriloquist. He goes from character to character with breakneck speed. His voice becomes muffled, as if coming from inside a box. He incessantly argues with his puppets, and his mouth never moves. His puppets are very imaginative. He has an old man, a taco on a stick, an otherworldly main protagonist, a red neck, a dead skeletal terrorist, and a well dressed smooth talking black man. (I hope, that I not omitted anyone.) My only problem is the constant repetition of his acts. At times he puts his characters in new environments, but it still seems very boring to me.
I don't know why. Edgar Bergen had fewer characters; he moved his lips, but I always looked forward to his comedic skills.
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By TLD on May 22, 2010
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this was a very badly put together format for jeff dunham, and it was the first one of his shows that i didn't think was funny, nothing new, not worth watching, we actually turned it off after 20 mins....too bad cause i have loved his other stuff....
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If I didn't enjoy Jeff Dunham so much, I would find nothing of value in this show. It's really too bad, as it seemed like a great idea. It seems, though, that translating a stand-up act to a TV series is harder than some would suspect, given the number of comedians that have starred in more-successful sitcoms.

Please feel free to try again, Dunhaaaaam and friends! We love you guys!
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This video was quite simply just aweful. I could only watch it half-way, before I had to turn it off. I could not bear to watch it all the way through. If his entire show or series was like that, it's no wonder it bombed so badly so quickly. This video is nothing like his stand-up routine - I just love Jeff Dunham, but this video about his TV show does not do him justice at all.
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We, family of four, love watching Jeff Dunham specials, watching them over and over again. As we were watching the first in the series of the Jeff Dunham Show, each of us kept remarking about it not being funny, stupid and just plain horrible. His choice of subject matter was poor and if this had been our first exposure to Jeff, Peanut, Achmed ,Walter and Bubba we would not have been fans. In the future, we will wait for his specials and totally avoid The Jeff Dunahm Show.
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I am 88 years old and have a clear memory of Edgar Bergen and all the ventriloquists who followed him, not a single one of them were anywhere near as accomplished as Jeff Dunham. With Bergen when Charley McCarthy talked Edgar's lips moved so much you were led to wonder whether he really was a ventriloquist. Bergen had two other dummies Mortimer Snerd and his aunt Effie but essential the same voice impersonation. With Jeff Dunham he has five dummies all with their own voices which are quite different and the beauty of it is that when you are looking right at Jeff and Walter is speaking for example the voice is so much his own and Jeff lips cannot be seen to move at all. By his expertise an audience quick gets seduced into thinking that Jeff is talking to real characters. Finally with or without his dummies Jeff is a very good standup comedian.
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I like to think of the "Jeff Dunham Show" as Sesame Street for adults. The puppets take on a "life-like" feature and are out in the real world. I LOVE the Jeff Dunham DVDs (Spark of Insanity, Arguing with Myself, Controlled Chaos, and the Christmas Special). I own all 4 of them. Well, Christmas Special only comes with beeped version. Anyway. I have watched the show, don't own it yet. I'll eventually own it. Even if it is more like Sesame Street and less like the other DVDs of Jeff Dunham. Jeff does get on stage a few times with his dummies. This would be the only time we see the vantriliquisim part. When the dolls enter the real world, Jeff is hidden the whole time. In the special features bit, you can see Jeff in a ditch, playing Achmed in California. (At least I think it was California. Camp Pamdleton if my memory is correct. Achmed was joining the Marines! Semper Fi!) If you like the puppets and enjoy them and want to see how they can be in real life, without having Jeff by their side, get this show! It won't be as funny or hilarious as the stage producations, but it will be funny.

Added to review on August 3, 2013
I now own this DVD and I stick by what I said earlier. This is Sesame Street for Adults. So, if you liked Sesame Street as a kid, I think you'll like this as well. I do not recommend this for kids. (I don't recomment Jeff Dunham for kids at all. Let the parents watch Jeff's DVDs first, then decide if it is something they want their kids to watch or not.)
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