Sunday, September 07, 2008

Sunday Night Video: Dane Cooks

There was a point in my life when I liked Dane Cook... I admit it. And then I found out that he was both a joke thief and colossal asshole, and that was the end of that.

I also used to like Chris Rock until he went on Letterman after Richard Jeni's death and used the tragic death of his friend to try to hock his own movie.

And then I saw the following parody video and it made me happy deep down in the very depths of my heart.



Those are some great impressions, and the ending... I could watch that all day.

7 comments:

Hilly said...

Hahahahahaha! I have the same exact views that you do about Dane Cook so this made me totally gigglesnort.

Those impressions were awesome.

Semaj said...

This was f'ing great. I think the the guy acting like Chris Rock did a better job, but they both got them dead on.

I remember watching a heavier Dane Cook co-starring in Simon Sez with Rodman. He may be a joke stealing guy now, but back then he was even more annoying.

MC said...

Hilly: His is a dickhead of the first order.

Semaj: Yeah, the Rock was better than the Cook... better performance all around.

elgringo said...

Oh, that's bad ass. He does a really good Dane Cook. The Super Finger oven mitt was a nice touch.

The Chris Rock guy needed more time to shine.

MC said...

Elgringo: I just wonder who would whack Chris Rock in a sequel... Robin Williams?

Micgar said...

I like DC parodies even though I kinda like some of his act. Very little, that one clip on Com. Central they used to have, you know! Actually, that's the only thing-maybe that You Suck at Photoshop-first 3 "episodes". Anyway this was funny! The guy has DC down! I actually differed with semaj a little-The guy playing Chris Rock-he had the mannerisms and the voice but I couldn't get past the look-I don't know why!

MC said...

There was a set of jokes surrounding the toy Simon from his trip through the Just for Laughs festival which I enjoyed... and then I saw another set where I could see he stole from Heath Hyche, and that put me off him big time.