The Stripper - Patton Oswalt - Finest Hour (CD, Album)

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    Sep 19,  · Patton Oswalt entered fatherhood before recording his fourth album, and his new muse proves sidesplitting—especially when he brings in jokes about parents in sweatpants. He also revels in the hilarity of how his own mother and father use their newfound grandparent roles to defend the outdated parenting methods they practiced on Oswalt and his.
  • Tojadal
    Sep 19,  · 2. PATTON OSWALT – FINEST HOUR I love Oswalt’s comedy because his humor is one that lingers. I found myself laughing once when I would hear Oswalt mutter phrases like “I want all the ham” and then a second, third, fourth, and even fifth time as I replayed it over and over in my head.
  • Gukus
    Forget that it opens with a sweet story about getting an "I Love You" text from the wife; it doesn't take long for My Weakness Is Strong to get to one of those great, gross, and strange Patton Oswalt lines, which in this case is "bring forth my doom spawn from your stink crevice and prove the Gypsy wrong." That's his way of telling the audience his wife is expecting, and if there's a.
  • Akinorisar
    Apr 09,  · Finest Hour is his fifth stand-up comedy MP3 album at Amazon and CD in nine years, and after his last two (Werewolves and Lollipops and My Weakness is Strong) hit number 1 on US Comedy charts it’s clear that he just keeps getting better. Oswalt likes to mix personal stories and anecdotes with more profound subjects like religion.
  • Tygole
    Oswalt’s album Patton Oswalt: Finest Hour was released on September 19, The extended and uncensored DVD of this special was released in April , a few days after its television premiere on Comedy Central.
  • Vunris
    Born January 27th, in Sterling, Virginia, Patton Oswalt started headlining comedy clubs in A noted comedian, actor, and writer (Patton has written for MadTV), he has had roles both in film and on the small screen, such as Magnolia and the sitcom King of Queens.
  • Taurr
    Dec 30,  · Which doesn’t matter because the opening applause is but one of many breaks during his latest hourlong set, “Finest Hour,” out on Comedy Central Records as a CD (it’s also on video, but the DVD will have to wait until , as Showtime continues to air it on cable over the next couple of months, at least).
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