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Improvisational comedian Sacha Baron Cohen brings his hit British TV series Da Ali G Show to America's HBO in a full season of irreverent interviews and zany special features, with Cohen assuming the characters of malaprop-spouting "hip-hop" journalist and aspiring rapper Ali G; Borat, a TV reporter from Kazakhstan who naïvely takes everything at face values; and Bruno, a gay "fashionista" from Austria. Season one of HBO's Da Ali G Show begins with the episode "Law, in which Ali G tries out for the Philadelphia ...
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Improvisational comedian Sacha Baron Cohen brings his hit British TV series Da Ali G Show to America's HBO in a full season of irreverent interviews and zany special features, with Cohen assuming the characters of malaprop-spouting "hip-hop" journalist and aspiring rapper Ali G; Borat, a TV reporter from Kazakhstan who naïvely takes everything at face values; and Bruno, a gay "fashionista" from Austria. Season one of HBO's Da Ali G Show begins with the episode "Law, in which Ali G tries out for the Philadelphia Police Department and interviews former U.S. attorney general Dick Thornberg, Borat tackles the topic of dating etiquette and Bruno launches the first of several in-depth looks at New York's "Fashion Week." The next episode, "War, features Ali G's wide-eyed tour of the United Nations and a chat with onetime UN secretary general Boutros Boutros-Gali. Next up is "Politics, featuring the now-infamous Newt Gingrich interview rumors persist that Gingrich was unaware that Ali G was a put-on and Borat's clueless discourse on the American gun culture. "Art" finds Ali G chewing the fat with Inside the Actor's Studio's James Lipton and ex-astronaut Buzz Aldrin. The guests on "Science" include C. Everett Koop and Ralph Nader, with the added attraction of a sentimental stopover at a Nevada nuclear testing sight. And in "Belief, Borat braves the wilds of "The New South" and Ali G pitches a series idea to a group of network execs -- while still managing to spend quality time with interviewees James Baker and Marlin Fitzwater.
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Special Features

Season 1 Bonus Features; The unedited Spyz Movie that Ali G pitched in Hollywood; Footage of Borat at the Hamptons Horse Show and the Americn Patriotism Event; Audio commentary; Gloassary of Ali G jargon; Season 2 Bonus Features; Ali G gives commencement speech to the graduating class at Harvard, interviews linguistics professor Noam Chomsky and visits an historic naval vessel.; Borat learns American football in Texas, gets a hunting lesson at an exclusive ranch and lunches with the Arizona Republican Party.; Brüno dishes gossip with a Hollywood stylist and visits a psychic to speak to his late boyfriend.
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Bill Pearis
The alter ego of British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, Ali G has been a sensation in England since 1999. The joke is simple but has surprisingly long legs: a clueless, yellow-clad wannabe rapper, Ali G, interviews politicians, CEOs, and other public figures who are unaware it's all a hoax. After running out of people in England who didn't know who he was, Cohen brought Ali G to America -- and HBO -- to hoodwink such notables as Newt Gingrich, Sam Donaldson, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, and Ralph Nader. The humor comes not from making fun of these bigwigs but from their on-camera tolerance of Ali's endless stream of inane questions: After giving definitions for "legal" and "illegal," former U.S. attorney general Dick Thornberg is asked, "What is 'Barely Legal' then?" In Season 1's six episodes, Ali G also tries to pitch a movie to various Hollywood executives and sell a new business idea to Donald Trump, who is the only person that seems to sense that this big hip-hop banana may be full of it. Cohen additionally plays two other characters on the series, both of whom rival Ali G for laughs -- fashion reporter Bruno and Kazakhstan Television correspondent Borat. Wildly effeminate and camp, Bruno interviews a range of fashion and media types, all of whom are more than happy to say anything just to get some time on-camera. It is Borat, however, who is the show's secret weapon. His segments, "Borat's Guide to America," send the English-impaired personality to visit "real America": dating and etiquette experts, acting school, nature colonies, and town council meetings. Asking the most inappropriate questions possible, Borat pushes American hospitality to the limit. Borat also gives Cohen a chance to show off his gifts as a physical comedian. One segment in a gym suggests he could ably fill Peter Sellers' shoes in the Pink Panther series. Often rude, crude -- and surely offensive to the timid -- Da Ali G Show is one of the funniest things on television today. Enjoy it now before all of America is in on the joke, too.
Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Some people think English comedian Sacha Baron Cohen is a genius, others think he is a menace. At the very least he is a provocateur, and he's in rare form in the six episodes that comprise Ali G’s second season. Cohen has three alter egos: "hip-hop journalist" Ali G, whose grasp of current events is uneven at best; Borat, an anti-Semitic TV reporter from Kazakhstan; and Bruno, a flamboyantly gay Austrian fashion commentator. In these guises Cohen corners and interrogates real-life figures who, we are led to believe, think he's a real journalist. He peppers them with stupid questions and deliberately misinterprets their answers, all the time prodding them to say something foolish. Season 2 subjects -- or should we say victims? -- include veteran ABC newsman Sam Donaldson, paleo-conservative pundit Pat Buchanan, former L.A. police chief Daryl Gates, novelist Gore Vidal, and former EPA administrator Christine Todd Whitman. There's something indisputably sophomoric about Cohen's schtick, but in addition to getting laughs with his own remarks, he often elicits hysterically if unintentionally funny comments from his interviewees. Some will find Da Ali G Show irreverent and exasperating, but those approaching it with an open mind will recognize in Cohen's antics more than a touch of irony -- and some perceptive social commentary as well.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/21/2006
  • UPC: 026359812927
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  • Source: Hbo Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Full Frame
  • Presentation: Special Lenticular (dual-image) Cover with Ali G and Borat
  • Time: 6:00:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sacha Baron Cohen Primary Artist
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Da Ali G Show: Da Compleet First Seazon - Episodes 1-3
   Epi$odez
      Episode 1 Law
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         Ali G at the Police Academy
         Bort's Guide to Dating
         Brüno on the Catwalk
         Ali G With Richard Thornburgh
      Episode 2 War
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         Ali G at the U.N.
         Ali G: Religion Roundtable
         Borat's Guide to Etiquette
         Ali G With General Brent Scowcroft
      Episode 3 Politics
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         Ali G With Newt Gingrich
         Brüno at NY Fashion Week
         Ali G's the Ice Cream Glove
         Borat's Guide to Hobbies
         Ali G On Drugs
   Unseen Shit
      Natter With Sacha Baron Cohen and Series Producer/Writer Dan Mazer Episode I "Law" On/Off
      Guide to Animals
      Guide to Patriotism
Disc #2 -- Da Ali G Show: Da Compleet First Seazon - Episodes 4-6
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      Episode 4 Art
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         Ali G on Art
         Borat's Guide to Acting
         Ali G: Media Roundtable
         Brüno in LA
         Ali G With Buzz Aldrin
      Episode 5 Science
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         Ali G: Science Roundtable
         Borat's Guide to Baseball
         Ali G With Ralp Nader
         Ali G With C. Everett Koop
      Episode 6 Belief
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         Ali G Goes to Hollywood
         Borat's Guide to the South
         Ali G: Sex Roundtable
         Brüo in Alabama
         Ali G With James Baker and Marlon Fitzwater
   Unseen Shit
Disc #3 -- Da Ali G Show: Da Compleet Second Seazon - Epsodes 1-3
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      Episode 1 Respek
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         Ali G Wit Sam Donaldson on Da Newz
         Borat's USA Guide to Wine Tasting
         Ali G's Guide to Krime
         Brüno: Der Gay Converter
      Episode 2 Rekognize
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         Ali G Wit Pat Buchanan on Politix
         Borat's USA Guide to Politix
         Ali G: Famil-E Diskushen
         Ali G's Guide to Animalz
      Episode 3 Peace
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         Ali G's Guide to Bookz
         Brüno: Fashion Polizei
         Ali G Wit John Naber on da Olimpix
         Ali G: Politix Diskushen
         Borat USA Guide: Country Music
   Unseen Shit
      Ali G's Harvard Commencement Speech
Disc #4 -- Da Ali G Show: Da Compleet Second Seazon - Episodes 4-6
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      Episode 4 Realize
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         Ali G Wit Jim Ziglar on Homeland Securite
         Borat USA Guide: American Hobbies
         Ali G's Guide to Da Environment
         Brüno: Miami
         Ali G: Animal Rightz Diskushen
      Episode 5 Jah
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         Ali G's Guide to American Histree
         Borat USA Guide: Buying a House
         Ali G: Sex Edukashun
         Brüno: Barn Dancing
         Ali G: Medikal Eficks Diskushen
      Episode 6 Realness
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         Ali G's Guide to Genda
         Borat USA Guide: Jobs
         Ali G Wiv Charles Schultze on Da Econom-E
         Brüno: Spring Break
   Unseen Shit
      Ali G
         Ali G Educational Summit
         Ali G Interviews Noam Chomsky
         Ali G Visits Civil War Navy Ship
      Borat
         Borat Hunts in Texas
         Borat Learns Football
         Borat With PIMA Republican Club
      Brüno
         Brüno Visits a Psychic
         Brüno Speaks With a Hollywood Stylist
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    one of the funniest shows ever

    If you were a fan of the Borat movie and haven't seen the TV show, I would definitely recommend it. I liked the show better than either "Ali G Indahouse" or the Borat movie, and that's saying a lot.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Funny Funny Funny

    The best dvd you will own

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Freakin' Hilarious.

    IF you wanna have a good time with a bunch of friends pop this in the DVD player and you'll be rolling with laughter. Trust me. All three of Cohens character are on display and they are all funny.

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