Comedian Jim Breuer returns to EPIX for his second hour-long special, taped in front of a home crowd at the Paramount Theater in Long Island, New York. As he inches closer to 50, Breuer ... See full summary »
One of the "100 Greatest Stand-Ups of All Time," Jim Breuer joines NBC's "Saturday Night Live" in 1995. Since then, he has gone on to star in several movies, tour the country with his "... See full summary »
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The first half is not funny at all. Jim has been publicly talking about being a metal head his entire career and he knew nothing about Slayer. He told a 20 minute story about them like an elderly man who had been listening to smooth jazz his whole life and it was completely humorless. The rest of the show was all about being old but there were a couple funny moments in the second half.
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