Pat Pilon 26th November After watching the third season of Carlos Mencia's show, I've changed my opinion slightly, but I still think Mr. Mencia isn't as funny as many others do. In the entire season, every single sketch, every single joke is based on stereotypes and race. Now, he does get in some nice jokes, as he does in the sixth show during his opening monologue, but ultimately he seems to be repeating the same joke over and over again.
How many times does he say 'beaner' in every show, making jokes about their jobs or their work ethic? How many times does he joke about his brother not being able to say the letter 'v'?
How many times does he yell to tell you to say what you think and that people shouldn't be offended by jokes? That doesn't mean this show is completely unfunny. I laughed a few times every episode, and some of the jokes are pretty insightful. Some of his sketches, like the opening sketch of the season, and 'Are You Smarter than a Wetback? Overall the season is watchable, though not the funniest thing I've seen.
That show also doesn't seem to resort to race all the time. However, 'Mind of Mencia' has enough nice material to keep one interested, and depending on the episode, it might want to make you come back for more. One thing's for sure, though: Carlos Mencia has tons of fun doing his show, and that's a lot o fun to watch. He and his brother and his other friends enjoy every second they're on the show.
I also don't think Mr. He plays on race, yes, but only because it makes people laugh. Whether those people are racist or not, I won't venture to guess, but if those people stop laughing at Mr.
Mencia's jokes, then he'll try other things. He knows what he's doing and he's riding the wave, enjoying what he's doing. Comedy Central can't call this set a 'complete' season because two episodes are missing. Episodes 8 and 16 were 'highlight' shows, which, I guess, Comedy Central didn't think would make the set any better.
Here is a rundown of the set with each episode. He also makes fun of coach movies and has a kids show called Carlosaurus Rex. Tom Cruise at Club Carlos. Mencia goes on about the word 'nappy' which has a really good joke , and women in general. He also has a class on political correctness, and a skit about seed dating.
He also creates a superhero for Beaners, with music by POD. He finishes the episode by talking about having the wrong person for the job. He talks about how he came up with, for example, the opening Alec Baldwin thing. He also talks about the opening monologue and what irks him in general. Beanerman was important to him, so he expands on that, as well. It's a nice commentary with good information and it will make you laugh, also. He finishes off the episode by being the Indian clerk guy.
Mencia talking about people being afraid of race, then moves on to 'Man vs. Mencia talks about speaking your mind. Mencia talking about kids and discipline, and plays a game called 'What Time Is It? This isn't the best episode. Mencia starts off with a story about baby showers and kids, then he shows you one of his dreams, and finishes with Principal Mencia.
Mencia gives out tips on listening to other people as well as Internet dating tips. He also shows you how to raise wild animals at home, and finishes off the episode with Judge Carlos.
Mencia talks about the Iphone and other cool inventions and Mexicans in movies. He finishes the season off by having the 2nd Annual Stereotype Olympics, which, when all is said and done, is pretty absurd, but funny. Depending on the clips they're showing, the aspect ratio may change, the show is generally shot in 1. The picture is very crisp and clean. The show is very recent at the time of transfer, anyway and it shows because the colours are very bright, strong and vivid.
The print is likewise pristine, showing no specs or scratches. The transfer is also very strong, with no compression artifacts and no edge enhancement. The level of detail is also pretty nice.
It's a very nice picture. Audio This show only comes in a Dolby Digital 2. The dialogue is clear and clean, with no hissing or popping, thankfully. The laughs and cheers are also loud and clear.
The music has a nice oomph, and the sound field is pretty wide and adequate. The sound is very good. There are no subtitles. Extras As you may have guessed by reading above, there are Deleted Scenes in every episode. There's also an audio commentary on episode seven, also seen above. What's not above is something called Comedy Central Quickies, which are short clips of three shows. There's 'The Colbert Report': This is a 'Tip of the Hat, Wag of the Finger' segment. Next is 'South Park': The four boys don't want to write an essay, so they hire people to do it for them.
After that is 'Reno ! An Internet sting with a funny punch line. The Complete 10th Season' 1: These are also start-up trailers.