Maybe he can't fix stupid, but Ron White sure does deliver the laughs in his brand-new Comedy Central special "Behavioral Problems," another brilliant addition to his already impressive ... See full summary »
Bill Engvall is just one of the guys...and one of America's top-selling comedians. He has sold more than two million comedy albums and was part of the hugely successful Blue Collar Comedy ... See full summary »
From the multi-platinum comedian that brought you the #1 comedy albums Here's Your Sign, 15 Degrees Off Cool, Now That's Awesome. and Dorkfish, comes the newest release from Bill Engvall, Aged and Confused.
The picture on the DVD cover is a spoof of a picture of the Rat Pack taken in front of the main sign of the famous Sands Hotel in Las Vegas. See more »
In the final segment with the comics' embarrassing photos, Bill Engvall jokes about one of him diving into a pool that the pool is empty, but looking closely at the picture, it's quite clear that the pool is actually full of water. See more »
Ever set your hair on fire?
Me too! And not the hair on my head.
[Audience laughs, assuming it's the hair in a more "personal" area]
Oh, shall we not go to the gutter so quickly? It was the hair on my arms. I want you to think back to when you were a kid. Remember the day you learned you could burn ants with a magnifying glass? Oh, what a great day that was! You got to be God. You decided who lived, who died. I must've burned ants for an hour, just laughing. Then I saw one on my arm...
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Reported as the last time that Bill, Jeff, Larry, and Ron will be performing together on stage. This installment does not hold up to the quality of standard that was instituted from the first two films, which were, in my opinion, much better.
The DVD version of this film does add some hope to this offbeat title, but it still suffers. The bonus features on the DVD are superb, to say the least. Much easier to watch than the actual film itself. For instance, the boys go for a stroll to the White House and play a trick on President Bush (played by a comedian).
As a television movie, the film had quite too many pauses in the one hour and forty minutes it was aired. The jokes were overused, and sometimes bland. No real humor in much of the material. The appearances of the four gentlemen are somewhat higher than Blue Collar.
Overall, the film was average, and I gave it a 7 out of 10.
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