Thursday, October 22nd, 2009
To deal with their relationship issues, Jeff and Walter visit a therapist. Achmed airs footage from his new stand-up comedy DVD. Peanut is set for a hot date with Brooke Hogan.
Thursday, October 29th, 2009
s1e2: Achmed's Funeral
Achmed the Dead Terrorist holds a long overdue funeral for himself. Walter interviews Joel and Benji Madden. Walter gets a physical from a female doctor.
Thursday, November 5th, 2009
s1e3: Peanut's Energy Drink
Achmed hopes to become a U.S. citizen; Walter gets a lesson in video games from a pair of experts; Sweet Daddy Dee introduces Jeff to a new audience at a barbershop; Peanut pitches a new energy drink.
Thursday, November 12th, 2009
s1e4: Bubba J Sees a Hypnotist
Bubba J sees a hypnotist; Peanut tries his luck as a rapper; Achmed screens an adult movie for the first time.
Thursday, November 19th, 2009
s1e5: Walter's Anniversary
Walter buys his wife a trip for their anniversary; Sweet Daddy Dee joins a Civil War reenactment; Achmed goes to a music studio to record cell-phone ring tones; Bubba J gives a couple a lesson in safe drinking.
Thursday, December 3rd, 2009
s1e6: Walter's Relationship Tips
Peanut dreams of hiring a dance troupe for Jeff's show; Walter gives relationship tips to a trio of young couples; Achmed plans to join the Marines; Bubba J tries out different cell-phone ringtones at a music studio.
Thursday, December 10th, 2009
s1e7: Season Finale
The Season (and probably series) finale.
Tuesday, April 11th, 2006
s0e1: Arguing With Myself
Arguing With Myself, a recorded live performance of ventriloquist Jeff Dunham, portrays a comedian whose revival of an old-fashioned art has made ventriloquism more relevant to modern societal concerns. Starring his six main characters, from Bubba Jay, a Nascar-obsessed hick, to Peanut, a flamboyant monkey from Micronesia, Dunham's puppets have dirty but relatively inoffensive senses of humor that mock the American Dream. One can easily see why Jay Leno champions Dunham, as his skits contain a similar sly sarcasm disguised as wholesome teasing aimed at men indebted to their ugly wives, for example, or people who live their lives working in cubicles. At times, though, Dunham's humor seems to lose its ironic distance, especially as he interacts with puppets like Jose Jalapeño, a Cuban chile pepper, or Sweet Daddy D, a Black pimp, both reliant on the antiquated humor once popularized in cartoons by racial caricature. Since the entire audience in the film is white, it is difficult to assess whether or not African-Americans or Latinos would find Dunham funny. In other words, Dunham's humor isn't overtly offensive enough to make fun of ethnic heritage. However, his skills as a ventriloquist alone make him a fascinating entertainer, and anyone interested in how puppetry and ventriloquism has progressed over the decades would benefit from watching Dunham bring life to his wooden friends.
Monday, September 17th, 2007
s0e2: Spark Of Insanity
Combining his amazing talent and his unorthodox sense of humor, Jeff Dunham returns, yet again, with an hilarious ventriloquist performance. Starting off with the infamously known Walter, scrutinizing every bit of today's American society. Followed by two new characters, Achmed the Dead Terrorist, who continuously threatens the crowd with Silence and Death, and Melvin the Superhero, who can stop a speeding bullet! ... only once... He wraps up the show with the adorable Peanut and an uncanny debate between him and Jose Jallapinio (on a Stick). Brilliantly written with an Outstanding performance.
Sunday, November 16th, 2008
s0e3: Very Special Christmas Special
The multi-platinum selling comedian performs his first holiday-themed stand-up special with his friends
Sunday, September 25th, 2011
s0e4: Controlled Chaos