From the 9/11 attacks, to the “N” word, to "ebonics," Paul Mooney pulls no punches in his stand-up comedy routine, "Analyzing White America," coming to DVD March 21st from Shout! Factory.
The “Chappelle’s Show” writer and actor, most often recognized as the all-knowing “Negrodamus,” has stripped his robes for his own straight-forward brand of comedy – and it’s all about race.
In his act, Mooney presents his comedy via two venues; on center stage, Mooney rants about racial issues to his live audience, and off-stage he takes on the role of therapist to the “average” white person. Even the most politically correct viewer will find humor in Mooney’s brand of truth.
In addition to the feature performance, the DVD of Paul Mooney’s "Analyzing White America" will also contain a brand new interview with Mooney conducted by the program’s producer (and television star) Tim Reid.
Though Paul Mooney reached a new level of public familiarity in 2004 with his appearances on Comedy Central’s “Chappelle’s Show,” the comedian has made millions laugh for over 30 years.
As a television writer for the classics “Sanford & Son” and “Good Times,” sketch comedy shows “Saturday Night Live” and “In Living Color,” and a long-time Richard Pryor collaborator, Mooney has lived in the public ear, if not in the public eye, for a very long time.
Never one to shy away from controversial racial themes, as head writer on “In Living Color,” it was Mooney who created “Homey the Clown” “Dial a Nigger” and “The Brothers Brothers.”
SRP will be $14.98 on this full screen release, but you should be able to find it for about ten bucks at most stores.
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