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I understand that comedy is subjective. Along with music, it is one of the harder categories of entertainment to judge because, oftentimes, it just comes down to a matter of taste. But comedy DVDs have an additional stigma that other DVD choices don't face. They have less replay value. If you are a fan of a particular comedian and you follow them, you have to expect that you will hear some material that they've used successfully in the past. Margaret Cho is one of those comedians that I inherently like and have even seen live a couple of times, but over the years--her brand of humor has become a little too familiar. She plays largely to a niche market and serves up precisely what is expected.
Filmed before an Atlanta audience, her latest concert "Cho Dependent" (which aired on Showtime) covers the topics that you know it will--but Cho does try to keep things lively and unpredictable with some gross-out humor and musical interludes. One of her topics is, of course, her stint on "Dancing with the Stars" which inevitably ties to her notorious feud with Bristol Palin. Those that follow the incident will likely be amused by Cho's take, but it isn't much that she hasn't said in other public forums. Much more effective, if somewhat unpleasant, are the instances when she crosses the line into tastelessness. Perhaps the most infamous piece within the entire concert involves both Kelly Clarkson and the Olive Garden before it's over--and it is probably an image that I'll never be able to forget! Then Cho serves up a couple of comedic songs.Read more ›
One question though, what's up with Margaret's voice? It was low and slow or something ....
As always Margaret gave us a funny show and I was funny alot.
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It was a good comedy show. I'm not a fan of the singing on a comedy show, but otherwise it was good. Read morePublished 7 months ago by J. Rodriguez
She is so funny, crude, but on the mark! I wanted to hear the songs on the CD with the same title, but the DVD is marvelous, none-the-less.Published 14 months ago by Robert Galvin
One of my Favorite comedians. Her humor and comedy are far too close an sometimes true of those I know and things I have seen or experienced in everyday life..Published 17 months ago by THE Teddy Bear
After being a fan for many, many years... I find her at her almost the worse "Stands up," I ever viewed. Second only to her stand up routine entittled: " Beautiful"Published on April 6, 2014 by Luther Manning
One of her best yet! Plus i love that she sings some of the songs from her album as well. I've love watching her evolve through her career abd this proves she's 1 of the greatest... Read morePublished on March 13, 2014 by platinumboy