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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Jerry Get's It!

    Jerry Seinfeld is the ultimate unparalled comediec genius, making the obscure, mundane, events hillarious and comforting. What, if anything, does he see in the neurotic, self-absorbed, fame-obsessed, Orny Adams? His ambition to seek fame is incrediously overzealous, but he does have the big (over-sized head) required or mandatory for being a successful comedien. His cell-phone bit is not only mundane, but it is about five years behind today's technology. This joke was probably hilarious 6-8 years ago when cell phones actually WERE the size of a shoe! Comedy is supposed to be off the cuff, spontaneous--this guy can't get over the way his hands move with every syllable! Jerry makes it look easy-he doesn't give everything away after the show, he may be maniacal in his own rite, but he keeps it to himself! Jerry's sense of humor portrays the ability to laugh even though he over-thinks every situation. He loves to get the laugh, and rightfully deserves it. His humor is the purest form of comedy. Jerry has the gift of highlighting normalcy, bringing just what he needs to the table to get the audience thinking without forcing a reaction, His humor conveys the forefront of real life, honestly funny and entertaining. Egomaniacs to follow this act may go away disappointed.

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