Mike Epps: Under Rated… Never Faded & X-Rated (TV Special 2009)

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Mike Epps: Under Rated… Never Faded & X-Rated (TV Special 2009). 1h 12m

“Iu0026#39;ve been a fan of Mike Epps ever since he made his film debut in Ice Cubeu0026#39;s u0026quot;Next Fridayu0026quot;, replacing Chris Tuckeru0026#39;s character. Epps has a silly but natural and familiar kind of comedy that reminds you of that goofy member of your posse whou0026#39;s always imitating and mimicking neighborhood folk and archetypes. Eppsu0026#39; comedy is often self-deprecating but always hilarious. And he doesnu0026#39;t spend half of his show telling the same u0026quot;black/whiteu0026quot; race comparison jokes or tired u0026quot;sex jokesu0026quot; that a lot of black comics rely heavily on. He covers a wide variety of subjects without losing his audience. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eu0026quot;Underated…Never Faded u0026amp; X-Rated is a major step up from his HBO special which was great in itself. Here heu0026#39;s playing to a sold out crowd in Detroit covering everything from girlfriends raiding cell phones to dead-on imitations of judges Mathis and Joe Brown. And the results are side-splitting from beginning to end.”


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