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SHOW ME THE BUFFET
PINETTE, John
SHOW ME THE BUFFET
Genres: Special Interest, Pop
 
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All Artists: PINETTE, John
Title: SHOW ME THE BUFFET
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: UPROAR
Original Release Date: 4/7/1998
Release Date: 4/7/1998
Genres: Special Interest, Pop
Style: Comedy & Spoken Word
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 706442378522

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Do not listen while driving
S. N. Gaines | 02/23/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I should've known better than to listen to this CD while driving. Laughed so hard I could barely keep control. God only knows what that poor state trooper thought as my wife, daughter and I sat in the car roaring with laughter.

This is a great comedy album, not a clinker in the bunch. And it is definately family friendly.

I recommend this without any reservations whatsoever. It is money very well spent."
He is one of the funniest comedians around! A MUST BUY!
Joshua Fritz (fritzj@uswest.net) | Arvada, Colorado | 10/24/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I have seen John Pinette live and he is much funnier live. He has great facial expression. When I listen to this cd it is so funny cause I can picture him doing those things. It's a great CD Best I've heard in a long time."
The Most Underrated, Funniest Album of the Year
Martin Cheslow | USA | 10/08/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I first heard and saw Pinette about two years ago on Comedy Central, doing a version of the the Chinese Buffet routine that appears on this album and doubled over. Imagine a routine built entirely around food and weight, not the kind of self-deprication that Louie Anderson used to do, but truly a celebration of the love of food. The Oz Buffet bit is magnificent, in fact there is not a dull moment in the whole album, except for the end, when Big John breaks character and does impressions (the Chipmonks, good, but wrong choice of song, and Elvis, surprisingly good, but both are just out of place). I do have one beef (all puns intended). Pinette seems to feel that he needs to stick in some profanity. He doesn't. He is side-splittingly funny without it. I expect this from Cris Rock and George Carlin. I understand those guys (they do it for different reasons, of course). But, it limits John's audience. This could have been one comedy album that I could have shared with my kids (13, 11 and 9), but now I have to think about it. Should have been a no-brainer."