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  • Señoritas Top's
    Señoritas Top's 8 miesięcy temu +13019

    I was never a fan of Jimmy Kimmel and finding out that he wrote a
    show like this doesn't surprise me at all

    • indiiekid
      indiiekid 9 dni temu

      Y'all I think this is a bot 💀🤚

    • RedK5
      RedK5 13 dni temu

      @Mmmml what?

    • Mmmml
      Mmmml 13 dni temu

      @Devin Svennson ok devin 💀

    • Mmmml
      Mmmml 13 dni temu

      @RedK5 D13

    • YKOP 13
      YKOP 13 13 dni temu

      @Mmmml 🤓

  • Tahtahme's Diary
    Tahtahme's Diary 3 miesięcy temu +5516

    Really proud of the woman who tried to stand up for the person who didn’t know English being mocked. At least she tried.

    • sonorasgirl
      sonorasgirl 16 dni temu +1

      Seriously (about the original comment, not all the random crap). I appreciated her willingness to take the time. I’ve lived in countries where I don’t speak the language fluently and it’s hard

    • 𝚎𝚕𝚎𝚌𝚝𝚛𝚊 𝚑𝚎𝚊𝚛𝚝
      𝚎𝚕𝚎𝚌𝚝𝚛𝚊 𝚑𝚎𝚊𝚛𝚝 21 dzień temu +3

      @roflmows oh wow. That is ironically embarrassing to read tbh. Defending someone who is being mocked for not speaking English is such "woke" thing to do now.

    • kaden
      kaden 27 dni temu +7

      @manda south park has genuinely good humour and dark humour. When they make dark jokes it’s making fun of the perpetrators, not the victims. That’s what I love about the show. :)

    • coleprousesleftbigtoe
      coleprousesleftbigtoe 29 dni temu +4

      "we're not white" they did her dirty

    • manda
      manda Miesiąc temu +11

      @Banjo_Melodies exactly 😭 and with the south park thing, you can tell that matt and trey do care about alot of the groups they poke fun at, theyve donated alot to charity and rund fundraisers for disabled ppl.

  • Pine Cellar
    Pine Cellar 3 miesięcy temu +1713

    I remember seeing The Man Show as a kid and wondering why people got married if they just ended up hating each other. That whole "I hate my horrible wife" boomer cliche was rampant in that show and even back then it just seemed sad to me.

    • General Sorrow
      General Sorrow 4 dni temu

      Sometimes, when a man and a woman love each other, they get married. Later on, they may grow apart.

    • Pine Cellar
      Pine Cellar Miesiąc temu +2

      @vb 🎲 I assume you are referring to arranged marriages, which is something I am familiar with as my grandparents and my uncle and aunt were in arranged marriages (as it was common in Japanese culture). I assume the writers of The Man Show were probably not referring to that practice, as that is not common in US culture (unless we're talking a "shotgun wedding," but that was mostly an old practice to cover up out of wedlock births) but were aiming more for the "I hate my spouse even though I chose to marry them." Even then, it wasn't scandalous to get divorced back in the late 1990s in the US. Many of my childhood friends had happily divorced parents. This is why The Man Show was a dated US show then and even more dated now.

    • vb 🎲
      vb 🎲 Miesiąc temu

      I've heard a case from a friend of mine that their parents meet just the day before their marriage so

    • mysticalrose
      mysticalrose Miesiąc temu

      ​@duck in gamestop Not saying it's good, just pointing out that it predates the boomers.

  • Adri
    Adri 3 miesięcy temu +1199

    The problem with this show's "comedy" is that they're trying to parody misogyny, I guess. But instead of showing themselves being misogynistic and then being ridiculed (to send the message that misogyny is bad in a funny way), they show themselves being misogynistic and then... go out and ridicule women, which sends the message that they're superior, hence misogyny is good. I believe comedy should be able to touch on delicate subjects. But if you want to take that risk, you better know how comedy works. Like theoretically. You can't just blurt out sexist joke after sexist joke and call it "comedy". Actual comedy requires talent, and empathy, and an understanding of why some things are funny, and some are not.

    • Christopher Spotts
      Christopher Spotts 2 dni temu +3

      Exactly right. One of two things needs to happen if you're going to parody something horrible like misogyny, racism, etc. You either need to show yourself suffering the consequences of that horrible thing (as you said) or the parody needs to be so outlandish that it's not confused for actual agreement with that act.
      Plenty of shows and comedians riff on the first part (the "instant karma" solution), but there's a single shining example that comes to mind for the second. Chapelle had a sketch on his show where he played a blind man (black, obviously) who was the leader of the KKK. It was funny and clearly poked fun at the ignorance and stupidity of racism by being so ludicrous that no one mistook it for his actual belief. I know how people feel about Chapelle now, and not without good reason, but I think that sketch is a perfect example of how you can say terrible things without anyone mistaking it for your actual belief.

    • Kiki Della siepe
      Kiki Della siepe Miesiąc temu +2

      No I’m sorry when it gets to the point that you’re sexually harassing women you cannot just write it off as satire if this was really a joke then that would have never happened in the first place

    • thePikauchu
      thePikauchu Miesiąc temu +2

      wait actually your description literally reminds me of Johnny Bravo. and every woman dunked on him perfectly lmfao

  • liss r.
    liss r. 3 miesięcy temu +613

    can I just say as a woman I would be genuinely terrified if someone chased me down the street and this show horrifies me

    • Klay Thoring
      Klay Thoring Dzień temu

      I have been genuinely followed down the street, chased, many a time - it’s not funny.
      Saying it’s a joke doesn’t make it funny.
      Saying you’re either too hot and they can’t help it or you’re not even hot so you should know they don’t mean it like that…is beyond stupid.

    • Khaled M.
      Khaled M. 6 dni temu +2

      @Yare Yare Daze Absolutely horrible, my anxiety would ramp up alot. I'd imagine they were a serial killer

    • Yare Yare Daze
      Yare Yare Daze 16 dni temu +7

      as a man I would also be genuinely terrified if someone chased me down the street

    • dork_mork
      dork_mork 27 dni temu +10

      I get anxiety anxiety anytime some stranger even looks at me, so if I was getting chased then I’m not sorry but I’m going to assume I have to defend myself and it’s not going to be pretty lmao

  • gwen
    gwen 2 miesięcy temu +381

    "We need something positive for women, destroying feminism is the key to doing that"
    *Please say that again. Slowly.*

    • Andrew Rubley
      Andrew Rubley 13 dni temu +1

      T h a t

    • gwen
      gwen 16 dni temu +2

      @CNgotham me too!

    • CNgotham
      CNgotham 19 dni temu +3

      So they want masculine woman pegging them? I guess.

    • ChickenJuice
      ChickenJuice 21 dzień temu +2

      Depends on which wave lol

  • Pip
    Pip 21 dzień temu +61

    I will never understand the “I hate my wife” thing like just divorce her if you despise her so much why tf are you still with her if you are so miserable?

    • Astrid L
      Astrid L 6 dni temu +5

      Same here. I used to think they were just really stupid when I was a kid. Now I've realized they're just creepy/cowardly sickos. Normal people take themselves away from things they hate.

  • Battosai
    Battosai 3 miesięcy temu +632

    I dont think Jimmy changed at all he just got really good at hiding who he really is. Let's not forget his other show he created , Crank Yankers , wich was full of stereotypes and making fun of differently abled people.

    • the great rane weather machine
      the great rane weather machine 14 dni temu +3

      It’s disabled. You can just say disabled. Disabled isn’t a dirty word. The vast majority of disabled people prefer you just call us what we are, disabled.

    • PhoenixDragon
      PhoenixDragon 25 dni temu +11

      @acidwarrior I believe maybe you misunderstood my tone. I understand you are not coming from a place of maliciousness, you are trying to be gentle, and I do appreciate it. But both of your examples do fall under disability, as both are genetic disorders that cause many health issues. There is nothing morally wrong with disability, nor is it something to be ashamed about.
      I appreciate your empathy, but as someone who suffers from health problems, I don't want flowery terms to be used, because it devalues my legitimate health issues. There are many people, who just don't believe in disability, especially invisible disabilities. And, although terms like 'differently abled' are used in good nature it could be used against us. It also makes 'disabled' seem like a bad term, which it's not.
      All disabilities come with struggles, and putting gentle terms on what it is won't change that fact, but we can change how people view disability. Not by trying to use different terms, but by showing people what disability is, and that includes the parts that aren't pretty.
      For a lot of people the term disability can come off as harsh, but that is what disability is. Disability is a struggle, but we need to teach people that while a disability is a part of someone, it's not all we are.
      Accepting the fact that you are disabled, that you do have a disadvantage, is often the first step in managing said disability.

    • acidwarrior
      acidwarrior 25 dni temu

      @egg @egg ah my bad, I've never used the term or heard it much myself, but perhaps conjoined twins who are just differently abled that don't consider they have a disability, or maybe someone with dwarfism. They are kinda disabled in comparison to your average person, but it doesn't prevent them doing most things, I feel they might take offence to being called disabled. But I suppose you can't open your mouth and keep everyone happy 😊

    • egg
      egg 26 dni temu +2

      @acidwarrior ??? can you give me an example of this? And the term "differently abled" has always been used as an alternative for "disabled" by those who aren't disabled. Its never been used in that context, or at least it was never meant to be

    • HappyJellyCatSquid
      HappyJellyCatSquid 27 dni temu +3

      @acidwarrior How can that be possible? You’re disabled without being disabled??? I’m autistic, I have a brain condition but Im not « differently able » nor disabled. Some autistic people are disabled because autism manifests itself differently, but « differently able » is just kinda weird man

  • Ninjasqrlgirl
    Ninjasqrlgirl 4 miesięcy temu +361

    I'm an old lady, so I was in college when this show was on. Man. It was great talking to a guy and he would say I was a lesbian because I told him I didn't enjoy the Man Show. Just great....

    • Heather DJ
      Heather DJ 2 miesięcy temu +23

      I, too, was in college and my ex loved this show. I always had to leave the room when it was on. I hated it so much.

    • ABC123
      ABC123 3 miesięcy temu +3

      So, are you a lesbian?

    • Beebo
      Beebo 4 miesięcy temu +84

      At least he held his red flag high and proud

  • Tatyanna Moore
    Tatyanna Moore 8 miesięcy temu +1437

    Never forget the time that Megan Fox was doing an interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live and was describing how she was grossly sexualized and objectified on a movie set as a literal child and Kimmel couldn't have been happier about it. She was clearly uncomfortable. Also, this show couldn't be farther from satire, how is it satire if it is actually how men act and is behavior that they see no problem with?

    • Spikey
      Spikey 2 dni temu

      I suppose the reason this was called satire is simply that they wanted to appeal to two audiences at once.
      On the one hand, you want to attract people who consider this "satire" - which means people who laugh about the sexist characters and see them, as said by one of the hosts, as the butt of the joke.
      On the other hand this was meant to appeal to a misogynistic audience, who took the show by the word.
      Now this show didn't do a very good job at that in my opinion, but I do believe this was their endgame.

    • Spikey
      Spikey 2 dni temu

      @Cosmic she clarified that she meant sexist men in particular.

    • Richella River
      Richella River 25 dni temu +3

      @Cosmic no it doesn't, but a hit dog will holler.

    • Cosmic
      Cosmic 8 miesięcy temu

      @Tatyanna Moore okay well you said "men" which kind of implies all of them

    • Tatyanna Moore
      Tatyanna Moore 8 miesięcy temu +20

      @CosmicI'm aware and that's great, however ALL men greatly benefit from misogyny. Calling out the ways that men are socialized is not a personal attack on men or a generalization.

  • Puffrix
    Puffrix 29 dni temu +35

    I’m a straight woman and this show honestly makes me terrified of men. Thank god this mentality seems to be dying out 🙏

    • Astrid L
      Astrid L 6 dni temu

      Are you serious? It's not dying out. Crime against women by males has gone UP. Especially the last few years. I'm sure diabolical influences like this disgusting show were a factor in the wave of misogyny that's been steadily building since around 2000. I'm old enough to remember the '90s and '80s well. Trust me, even if mild old-fashioned sexism was tolerated (and ridiculed) back then, actual misogyny was NOT tolerated in mainstream popular culture. It was considered offensive as hell, backward, and pathetic. Until rap normalized slurs in the early-mid '90s, the b-word evoked outrage, not laughter. Most women would hit the roof if they were addressed that way. Maybe this varied in different subcultures, and that's sad, but overall, it was a "fighting" word. I'm sure most women had more respect for themselves back then. They didn't usually participate in their own objectification, for one. As a society, we laughed AT misogynists (not WITH them). Which is their worst nightmare, basically. I grew up with that fundamentally feminist culture as a given. And I see with painful clarity how much stronger and healthier my boundaries were AND are, compared to younger women/girls. It is heartbreaking and frightening what kind of treatment younger women/girls believe is acceptable and what they believe is "asking for too much." They've been brainwashed to believe they're "uncool" (oh, horror of horrors) if they don't degrade themselves and each other. They don't even seem to understand the bare basics of what kind of respect they're owed from males. Their idea of what males are or can be is also incredibly stunted and crude. Violence against women was taken way more seriously then than it is now.
      That only started to break down in the late '90s with the rise of vile "entertainment" like Eminem, Britney Spears, creepy weirdos pushing for tolerance of S&M, and obviously, swine like Corolla and Kimmel. The culture just took a freaking nosedive around 2000, and it feels like the mainstream dissolved entirely in all the polarization and social fragmentation. Sectarianism has taken over. You don't have to take my word for it. Just listen to the popular music from back then, watch the old news shows, or movies, or TV shows. Look at how differently (and more COMFORTABLY) women dressed before the late '90s. Women's natural state was not considered repulsive back then. (In many, MANY ways...) Look at how much more work is required for female celebrities' hair, makeup, and (much skimpier) clothes now. Compare that to popular female celebrities from before the late '90s. Look at how Oprah, Alanis Morissette, Amy Grant, Lauryn Hill, etc. used to dress. Popular sentiments were very different, especially regarding the physical treatment of women, and women in general had it *better* , not worse. Let's hope the pendulum swings us into a *real* feminist Third Wave soon. Because even feminism has been co-opted and it desperately needs to be liberated and inflamed now, especially with the hideous political coup going the conservatives are trying to pull off.

  • Maggie Smith Kühn
    Maggie Smith Kühn Miesiąc temu +88

    The Man Show was on spike when I was a teenager. It routinely made me feel worthless. Then I’d put on Paris Hilton’s show and remember I needed to starve myself. 2000s were awful to women

    • Astrid L
      Astrid L 6 dni temu +2

      Sadly, many girls are still starving themselves. There was a heartbreaking news segment about a 7yo girl starving herself around, I think, '07 or '08. She made a list of what she allowed herself to eat, and it was basically concentration camp level rations of fruits and nuts. Her mother was horrified. *I* was horrified, seeing the note. That huge, childish scrawl---writing a regimen for objectifying and torturing herself. A 7yo! You should be scribbling fucking Santa Claus and Toothy Fairy letters at that age. Fox News actually had the infernal gall to say it was healthy, and the mother was being ridiculous or "misunderstanding" the girl. Typical, of course.

    • Richella River
      Richella River 25 dni temu +11

      At what point in history has the world not been awful to women? Genuinely asking.

    • coleprousesleftbigtoe
      coleprousesleftbigtoe 29 dni temu +4

      you should NEVER need to starve yourself, you're beautiful no matter how you look!

  • Angel Orpheus
    Angel Orpheus 3 miesięcy temu +242

    god i remember when this show first came on and i just remember being enraged by how misogynistic it was even though i was too young to even know what misogyny was, i just knew it was fucking gross lol.

  • Jazzzzz
    Jazzzzz 2 miesięcy temu +61

    Chasing a woman insisting on sex is making a joke of something that women literally deal with, change their behavior to avoid, and worst case scenarios include being assaulted or killed by the men who act like this. Hilarious satire guys, can't imagine why anyone would think it was in poor taste. /s.

  • Sea Bunnies
    Sea Bunnies 8 miesięcy temu +6874

    The “Maybe they call the show a damn because it stops woman from getting wet” is the best, It made me so happy

    • Astrid L
      Astrid L 6 dni temu

      LOL yes! I started cracking up so hard. This was literally my favorite Kurtis joke. Ever.

    • Nate Ayi
      Nate Ayi 5 miesięcy temu

      I love the audio that comes after it bc the 'SHUT THE HELL UP' that they always referenced in streams was there

    • Minnow
      Minnow 5 miesięcy temu +5

      @Cupid cishet men being insulted will always be funny. cry about it (2)

    • Alex Siemers
      Alex Siemers 7 miesięcy temu +3

      Don’t get me wrong, kurtis makes some damn good jokes, but I’ve never lurched back in laughter as much as I did when he said that

    • Especially SpecialTM
      Especially SpecialTM 8 miesięcy temu +10

      @Cupid
      Dark humor has to be funny tho

  • Blue Puppy
    Blue Puppy 3 miesięcy temu +120

    Kurtis genuinely makes me feel so safe

  • What_do I_put_here
    What_do I_put_here 27 dni temu +26

    I see adults calling our generation “too soft” and they’ll say “they cant say anything” and then all they’ll say ever is literally the most offensive shit ever. Like yea duh, if you didn’t say offensive stuff all the time maybe then we would stop criticizing you.

    • Ginger Dog
      Ginger Dog 5 dni temu +3

      People keep confusing "sensitive" with "not afraid to call out what we don't like"

  • Pat Jackson
    Pat Jackson 2 miesięcy temu +34

    Even as a socially crippled, bordering-on-misogynist 17 year old guy in 1999, when stuff like this was uncontroversial as hell, The Man Show always struck me as just wrong somehow. Couldn't explain why. But every time I was forced to watch it with my friends, I felt irritated and slightly grimy...

    • Klay Thoring
      Klay Thoring Dzień temu

      I appreciate comments like this because it makes me think even someone who saw this casual misogyny all around can grow up to be a decent human.

  • Melly Plinus
    Melly Plinus 2 miesięcy temu +100

    I love how the fans of this show are now always saying things like "Society's so soft now, bring back these amazing and relatable tv shows!"

    • y2kprincess03
      y2kprincess03 21 dzień temu +1

      @Milkshake true 😭

    • Milkshake
      Milkshake  22 dni temu +9

      This is how I imagine those types of people in general who say society is sensitive:
      “Society is so soft because they won’t allow me to hit my wife and own a slave, if only if we could go back to the 18th century… Is-is-is that t-two people of the same sex holding h-h-h-h-h-hands?! I can’t stand it! My eyes, they’re bleeding! I need medical attention, I’m having a stroke!”

  • B. F.
    B. F. 6 miesięcy temu +22010

    “Loving boobies while simultaneously hating the women they’re attached to.” That sums up modern misogyny completely.

    • Yare Yare Daze
      Yare Yare Daze 16 dni temu

      @Cool Crab Save The Goats I don't really know what was going on here but I guess I'm going to throw in my two cents because I'm too dumb to know any better
      Yes, there are some pretty shitty guys out there. And yes, that does mean that women need to take some extra precautions with people that they don't know. It's not something they should have to do in an ideal world, and it's a shame that that is the case. We should definitely be taking steps as a society to stop this.
      Hate groups are not going to stop this. And as far as I have seen, Kill All Men is most certainly a hate group. Honestly, it doesn't really affect me if some people hate men, but it isn't a good way to protest anything. The #MeToo movement, while debatably successful, has a noble cause. But it's hard to say that something literally called Kill All Men is a positive way to make change.
      Obviously, as a man I can't exactly say that a movement called Kill All Men particularly excites me. And I somehow doubt that it appeals to many other men. Ultimately, I don't want anyone to feel unsafe or be abused, harrassed or assaulted. I'm sure that many men feel the same. The goal of "movements" like Kill All Men should be societal change and improvement, not hatred. WHat I mean is, it's a lot easier to stop this kind of deviant behavior together as a society rather than making some kind of gender based polarisation. We should all be working together on this rather than starting a scrap between men and women. That seems kind of counterproductive.
      P.S
      I'm not siding with the person you were initially arguing against. His comment no longer exists, and I'm assuming it was something wildly misoginistic. All I'm saying is that I think if you want to fight misoginy then I wouldn't say that Kill All Men is the way to go.
      P.P.S
      Oh yeah also Beefsteak Pete assumed that Kurtis was trans as part of his argument then he is 100% a piece of shit so I'm with you on that one.
      P.P.P.S
      Honestly I agree with you that things need to change but I just seriously despise the Kill All Men movement.
      Final note
      have a good day
      Final note P.S
      or night

    • Richella River
      Richella River 25 dni temu

      @Blue Eyed Is that why you're here?

  • TobyAtlas
    TobyAtlas Miesiąc temu +85

    21:40 I am a trans man who named myself Neo after Neo from the matrix. Having kurtis point directly at the camera and say "You're not Neo" fucking made my day.
    Give it up for Neo? Yes I will, self love time

    • Sir Cacti the Spiny XI
      Sir Cacti the Spiny XI 2 dni temu

      Fucking sick name dude! I just found out that mine has some weird biblical meaning. Apparently there was a magic man with my name lol

    • Sir Cacti the Spiny XI
      Sir Cacti the Spiny XI 2 dni temu

      @Your grandma blew me about Dude, why are you monologuing? Frankly you need to put the thought of high schooler’s genitals out of your mind and leave it to them, their doctors, and their family.

    • TobyAtlas
      TobyAtlas 18 dni temu +5

      I dont normally respond to those sorts of comments, because i dont believe i owe these people my energy, but i had some extra energy today so, to any trans/questioning folks reading this: you're allowed to question your identity and experiment with your presentation, if it turns out you're trans, great! If it turns out you're not, great! It hurts literally nobody, dont let these folks make you feel like you're destroying society just by existing.

    • TobyAtlas
      TobyAtlas 18 dni temu

      @coleprousesleftbigtoe thank you!! Im really happy with it

    • TobyAtlas
      TobyAtlas 18 dni temu +12

      @Your grandma blew me about
      I mean, id argue that the numbers are actually related to trans people feeling safer coming out and better education, not just more trans people. I think its sad how many people villainize the trans community in that way.
      Im not in highschool, but if i was i dont think that'd be a bad thing. I did come out in highschool, but I've known since i was 7 years old. Thats not everyones experience of course, but a lot of people who come out in highschool have actually known most of their lives. I was making a silly joke and trying to share a funny coincidence, i was not planning on having to defend my identity

  • Kyra 🇺🇦
    Kyra 🇺🇦 3 miesięcy temu +155

    Watching this after seeing jimmy kimmel being a xenophobe and racist on his show last week. His learning curve is literally a horizontal line.

    • XxSpicy BunsXx
      XxSpicy BunsXx 22 dni temu

      @SomeOne I was talking about Jimmy kimmel comparing its to covid not @user comments

    • XxSpicy BunsXx
      XxSpicy BunsXx 22 dni temu

      @SomeOne what are you even talking about?
      Do you understand the context of what's happening at all.
      I wasn't specific all talking about the comment

    • SomeOne
      SomeOne 22 dni temu

      @XxSpicy BunsXx Because the comment has nothing to do with race?

    • XxSpicy BunsXx
      XxSpicy BunsXx 22 dni temu

      @SomeOne explain

    • SomeOne
      SomeOne 22 dni temu

      @XxSpicy BunsXx Its absolutely not racism. That doesn't even make any sense.

  • kenma
    kenma 3 miesięcy temu +90

    'rip comedy back in the days when we could joke about anything' this line..... Even back then racist, misogynistic racist jokes were still racist and misogynistic, it was just a certain audience who found it funny and they are the only one who still find it funny, others don't and finally this other part of the audience started calling them out for being assholes. Thank god for that

  • Caterjillar
    Caterjillar 14 dni temu +9

    I will always remember being 15 or 16 and reading a book on the living floor while my parents were watching the man show, and at the end they lat audience members ask questions and a guy asked "why do fat girls give good head" and I swear my heart stopped, because I was a fat kid (I am a fat adult) and my face was on fire and the answer was "because they have to"
    My parents laughed and I looked at them, internally horrified, and my mom told me it was ok to laugh at that.
    I didn't think it was funny. That one sentence honestly made me internalize so many messages about my self, and my worth, and my body, in maybe 45 seconds.

    • Astrid L
      Astrid L 6 dni temu +2

      That just shows how fucking demonic those kinds of creeps are. Putting their muck out there for everyone to be affected by, including actual children. I remember Corolla from long before that show (I never saw it, proud to say), and he was ALWAYS an incredibly ugly, nasty piece of work. He just emanated malevolence and dismissive, defensive entitlement. Just like his scumbag fans. But seeing how they deeply they scarred children and stole some of their innocence makes me really see the depth of their insupportable depravity. This is truly pure evil.

  • Alex Taylor
    Alex Taylor 6 miesięcy temu +13307

    I once heard it said that "If you have to keep explaining that your work is satire, you made really bad satire" and that applies to this show perfectly

    • dvalin on fm
      dvalin on fm 25 dni temu

      @Izstrella (for me) i dont understand most satire bc im autistic lol

    • KateKot
      KateKot 28 dni temu

      That's amazing

    • Nevermind_Me
      Nevermind_Me 29 dni temu +1

      @Adrian Abella well I mean people can lie and pretty good too, but it’s fine I guess, I kinda understand your point. :)

    • Adrian Abella
      Adrian Abella 29 dni temu

      @Nevermind_Me fine, I suppose we have different perspectives but it seemed so obviously a joke to me and even Adam Corolla, the conservative of the two, said it was satire and showed their intentions so I don't know why to think otherwise, other than the comedy landscape has changed to one where those kinds of jokes aren't funny to some people

  • Brionna Sommers
    Brionna Sommers 5 miesięcy temu +180

    Jimmy Kimmel has always given off a sleezeball aura.

    • Richella River
      Richella River 25 dni temu +1

      @DirkDiggler286 I usually don't judge other people's senses of humour... But that's a rough one, you have there.

    • DirkDiggler286
      DirkDiggler286 Miesiąc temu

      But he’s funny

    • Tessa Behr
      Tessa Behr 3 miesięcy temu

      Agreed.

  • Squid
    Squid 3 miesięcy temu +89

    I talked to my dad about this show during breakfast, and oh my god he said he loved that show, he also said that there was a segment of the show that he liked called, “women on trampolines” and it was a slo-motion video of girls jumping on a trampoline and just kinda would zoom in on their boobs.
    What

    • Jay Whoo
      Jay Whoo 18 dni temu

      That was a segment. yep.

    • Jessica Routt
      Jessica Routt 27 dni temu +9

      I remember that so well, I remember laying in bed when I was about 14 just feeling a little less human after watching that part.

  • Pop Tytille
    Pop Tytille 2 miesięcy temu +54

    A good rule of thumbs would be « If this wasn’t satire but a true misogynistic show, what would be different about it ? » if the answer is « absolutely nothing », then you got your answer

  • Devynn Belter
    Devynn Belter Miesiąc temu +16

    I remember growing up as a kid in the early 2000s and wanting to be a boy, because people around me characterized women as weak and inferior. I remember these kind of “jokes”.
    As I got older, I realized how amazing women are, through first-hand experience, and eventually appreciated being one.

  • itscourtneybaby
    itscourtneybaby 8 miesięcy temu +13191

    As a young girl, I never knew it was a joke. It felt horrible to watch my dad laugh at this show every week

    • Ren Martell
      Ren Martell 6 dni temu

      @Ethan’s digital diary po
      loom

    • Jay Whoo
      Jay Whoo 18 dni temu

      I made it thru heehaw. I feel ya but,,, you know.

    • Your grandma blew me about
      Your grandma blew me about 22 dni temu +1

      Wow. That’s sad that watching your dad laugh was a horrible experience for you.

    • Mazel tov
      Mazel tov 24 dni temu

      @Jessica Routt why tf did you watch it then 🤦🤦

  • Jessica Routt
    Jessica Routt 27 dni temu +13

    I am so glad someone made a vid about this. I don’t watch jimmys show now because of that show. I was 13 when it came out yeah I mean I remember feeling like SHIT when I caught a couple of episodes, it really confused me and I remember thinking about how they would have the girls on the trampoline and I just remember thinking “is that what dudes are gonna think of me? Is that what they want?” It def did not make me feel better about myself as a teenage girl.

  • Katrina Keith
    Katrina Keith 3 miesięcy temu +50

    I was surprised that he got a gig as a late night talk show host and never having to answer for this show.

    • B M
      B M 2 miesięcy temu +1

      He made up for it by becoming a woke scold from now on.

  • Bryce Koebel
    Bryce Koebel 3 miesięcy temu +35

    Man I just turned 30 and I still audibly laugh whenever you use that fart sound bite. Makes a lot of sense why I am watching your content.

  • kaylin worthy
    kaylin worthy 3 miesięcy temu +58

    "we were always the butt of our jokes" *makes fun of and sexualizes woman every episode*

  • sharksandsheep
    sharksandsheep 8 miesięcy temu +2229

    I can't express enough how damaging it was for shows like this to be so popular during my teen years. The only way to be "cool" as a girl was to laugh at horribly misogynistic jokes and shit on other women with the guys. Feminists were NEVER portrayed positively in the media -- even in movies/shows aimed at young girls and women! The "feminist" character was always an over-the-top man-hater (usually a lesbian), obsessed with non-issues like removing the word "men" from "menstruation" or some other dumb joke, and shown to only be a feminist because she's bitter and alone.
    I cringe looking back at my own internalized misogyny back then. Proud to be an outspoken feminist now!

    • che crimmins
      che crimmins 8 miesięcy temu

      @sharksandsheep yeah I have blind spots like anyone. But by all means enlighten me.

    • sharksandsheep
      sharksandsheep 8 miesięcy temu +2

      @ducksinponds Thank you for explaining what I meant by my original comment so well! I apologize to anyone who thought I was using "lesbian" as a negative example. Feminism and lesbianism were always grouped together as simply "man-hating," which was so gross and infuriating.

  • TaurusWitch
    TaurusWitch 3 miesięcy temu +56

    I wish all men had the same open mindedness as our mayor. I wish they had his values and respect for people as a whole without the machismo and assholey-ness the majority have. And I don't mean every man is awful. Just the misogynist type who don't respect genders and people. We need more men like him, Danny and Danny.

  • fluffyhales
    fluffyhales 3 miesięcy temu +31

    What bothers me about Jimmy creating this in 99 is the fact that he had an 8 year old daughter at the time. What a role model(!)

  • Boricuamermaid
    Boricuamermaid 3 miesięcy temu +57

    Why do you think The Man Show is trying to be buried? Is not satire and Jimmy STILL has questionable behavior even on his new show.

  • Gerald Sears
    Gerald Sears 3 miesięcy temu +53

    I'm 40. I saw the manshow when it came out as I watched a lot of comedy central back then. I can't say that it aged badly because it was cringe and sucked back then too. It was lazy.

  • Deli
    Deli 8 miesięcy temu +6887

    Satire is meant to ridicule power. If you're laughing at people that are hurting its not satire its bullying. The ENTIRE audience is men and theyre REALLY excited about it. Its not satire.

    • bzcen
      bzcen Dzień temu

      @Nero B ever heard of reclaiming a word?? and idk which kind of black people you’re with/seeing but the majority of black people don’t use “blacks” unless it’s used to educate someone to not use it🧍🏾‍♀️

    • Nero B
      Nero B Dzień temu

      @bzcen blacks is also used by black people, and we use it way more, maybe start by telling us to stop dehumanizing ourselves

    • Michael Anderson
      Michael Anderson Dzień temu

      @dinosaur___ "an oppressed class" lol they're half the population and they have it much better in a LOT of ways....

    • DeAnimeJ
      DeAnimeJ 12 dni temu +1

      @SunBurned Balloon Knot No, you used the word “blacks”. Do not try to downgrade what you wrote. Commonly if someone is using that term to describe a person of color, they’re usually racist… 😕

  • luna r
    luna r Miesiąc temu +7

    you're really intelligent kurtis, emotionally and socially.

  • Sharna Knight
    Sharna Knight Miesiąc temu +3

    I honestly love Kurtis so much, his channel feels like such a safe place and he’s one of the very rare guys who stands up for equality and women instead of feeling attacked and continuing to be ignorant because their ego can’t take it. Kurtis is one out of extremely few men i would let hold my drink and feel safe doing so. I wish there was more Kurtis’ in the world, it would be a much kinder place!

  • Juliet Hartshorn
    Juliet Hartshorn 3 miesięcy temu +24

    18:11 I love this bit! It not only makes fun of everything in the man show the video has been taking about up to this point, but it also puts a twist on the "did I say all that out loud?" trope by subverting it, then it puts a twist on itself by actually doing the "did I say all that out loud" trope right after subverting it. This is also a great example of comedy that's not offensive, unlike most of the man show.

  • JMB
    JMB 3 miesięcy temu +15

    Men like that do not change…specially because he never faced any repercussion for his bad choices and behaviors.. he is probably still very misogynistic.

  • Delta Loraine
    Delta Loraine 8 miesięcy temu +2942

    The thing is, even if they’re calling it a “parody” of what awful men are like, the only audience they had for the show were those same awful men. No caring guy or self respecting woman would watch that show and enjoy it genuinely.

    • Just me
      Just me 2 miesięcy temu +2

      @Hmmm, that's interesting bro what

    • Hmmm, that's interesting
      Hmmm, that's interesting 3 miesięcy temu

      @Just me I'd argue that YOU are the most toxic person in these comments. Nobody is telling you to get new friends. It's unfortunate how much unfounded hate you have towards men or anybody you disagree with. That is sad.

    • Aguest
      Aguest 8 miesięcy temu

      If it were better acted perhaps

    • Just me
      Just me 8 miesięcy temu +17

      @Cobra Llama Cause you laugh at mysogonistic “jokes”?

  • Lotta M
    Lotta M 3 miesięcy temu +19

    Guys need to realize misogyny is not a joke

  • Madeleine Alexis
    Madeleine Alexis 26 dni temu +6

    The Man Show was absolute cringe. My dad watched it while I was growing up, and now I remember what sort of bullshit we were exposed to as children. Toxic af

  • Sally O'Connor
    Sally O'Connor Miesiąc temu +11

    My internalised misogyny at this age made me think I loved this show at the time and now I feel sad at the person I was then...

    • Emma
      Emma Miesiąc temu +5

      if you feel sad about the person you used to be, that only means that you improved ❤️

  • Cosmicdev14
    Cosmicdev14 2 miesięcy temu +22

    Stuff like this makes me genuinely *embarrassed* to be a male. It really makes me overly anxious about coming off as overly masculine. Really pisses me off

  • rainyday
    rainyday 8 miesięcy temu +22964

    Kurtis: "Imagine having the same job as Joe Rogan"
    Kurtis: Has a podcast

    • Livin' Large with LCruu
      Livin' Large with LCruu Miesiąc temu

      LMAO

    • Mes Guided
      Mes Guided 6 miesięcy temu +1

      Imagine being that successful and influential...

    • L to the INZI
      L to the INZI 7 miesięcy temu

      Aww, not too quick on picking up the obvious jokes, huh?? Apparently 21,000 others also don't get it. 😳

    • koretto pun
      koretto pun 7 miesięcy temu

      @Orionishi lmao Kurtis himself liked the comment

    • NonSequitron
      NonSequitron 7 miesięcy temu +1

      @RainbowAlpaca there are a handful of studies currently ongoing, and some minor evidence indicating potential antiviral properties in animals. But Ivermectin is absolutely not approved as an antiviral of any kind for humans or animals.

  • victoria l
    victoria l 3 miesięcy temu +14

    damn don’t y’all miss when being blatantly misogynistic was funny 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 now we have to come up with actual jokes 😭😭😭😭😭

  • Jungle Jin
    Jungle Jin 2 miesięcy temu +17

    Kurtis really put his whole conussy into acting that 'rip comedy' cutscene

  • Chester Mercado
    Chester Mercado 3 miesięcy temu +15

    I've never liked Jimmy Kimmel and now I know why that isn't such a bad thing

  • kene tabansi
    kene tabansi 2 miesięcy temu +20

    and what you said about audiences missing the point is exactly the fact issue on the bojack horseman and breaking bad fandoms. Because no
    Matter how many times the character is an awful person or how many times the creators say you’re not supposed to defend the characters actions you’ll have dudes out here riding till their deaths trying to prove that the characters are justified

  • dot dot dot
    dot dot dot 5 miesięcy temu +3739

    "They were poking fun at the toxicity of men's bad behaviour."
    Jimmy Kimmel: *literally chases a woman while repeatedly yelling at her to have sex with him*

    • coleprousesleftbigtoe
      coleprousesleftbigtoe 29 dni temu

      thats more like stabbing at it not even poking at this point

    • Howdy__doo
      Howdy__doo Miesiąc temu

      Haha so funny! What a silly joke jimmy /s

    • dot dot dot
      dot dot dot Miesiąc temu +7

      @Jefrrey JefferyBu who said "asking someone 'will you have sex with me?' is harassment"? Why are you bringing that up?
      In my comment I said he "literally chases a woman while yelling repeatedly about it". Asking is not necessarily harassment. Chasing someone in the street and yelling over and over is harassment. There's no need to lecture dude, you're not making any new points. No one said sex should be taboo or that asking is wrong, just that chasing after someone in public and yelling about it, or asking someone repeatedly even though they haven't said yes or shown any interest is harassment. No one said there is anything wrong with asking (once), granted that both people are legal adults and it's not made to put the person being asked on the spot if it's in public. So you don't have to be so indignant, no one was knocking your country's sex culture or anything like that. There's nothing wrong with sex itself, but there is a problem with being persistent and askimg over and over, despite them not giving consent, or yelling at someone in public. But we already established that before you replied, so chill out.

    • Jefrrey Jeffery
      Jefrrey Jeffery Miesiąc temu

      Asking someone "will you have sex with me?" is NOT sexual harrasment, asking over and over and chasing someone is. Iceland is the most sexually liberated country in the world and we're very direct here about these. We have casual sex culture here. People here (regardless of gender) straight up go to people and ask them of they wanna have sex and there's nothing wrong with that.

    • Dane Roberts
      Dane Roberts 3 miesięcy temu +28

      surely if the show was supposed to poke fun at men's bad behaviour they'd have the male hosts harass men to laugh out how much the men hate it, instead of just harassing women like normal and laughing at that

  • Ashley Starr
    Ashley Starr Miesiąc temu +4

    The dam pun was so clean! I'm subbing, you are so witty and funny.

  • Giulia C
    Giulia C Miesiąc temu +4

    Alfa male podcasts are literally the 2022 equivalent of the man show 😂

  • bi discourse
    bi discourse Miesiąc temu +9

    "it's just supposed to mock stereotypical misogynistic and bigoted men!"
    *has Joe Rogan host this show for a year*

  • MFC
    MFC 3 miesięcy temu +23

    Even in 1999 the man show was terrible. It wasn’t good then or now, doesn’t have anything to do with aging. Well, except the woman’s suffrage skit, that was actually pretty funny and satirical. One good skit for a whole show, not really a great batting average

    • Marco Fiorino
      Marco Fiorino 3 miesięcy temu +1

      There was also that one skit of a kid selling beer at a lemonade stand. That was funny

  • The Morrigan
    The Morrigan 6 miesięcy temu +9024

    I love satire. It's one of my favorite forms of comedy and that show is NOT satire. Sorry, you can't cover up misogyny by saying "It's satire." Your show has to actually be satire for that to work. The fact that Jimmy sexually harrassed random women on the street "for comedy" proves that it is not even remotely satire. At that point, you become the problem and all satirical elements are completely removed.

    • Depy
      Depy 14 dni temu

      @llynxfyremusic its been 3 months bro i dont care anymore

    • llynxfyremusic
      llynxfyremusic 14 dni temu +2

      @Depy if your audience doesn't understand the joke you're trying to make, you've failed as a comedian.

    • Mazel tov
      Mazel tov 23 dni temu

      @Lucifer Sapphire I've seen many videos of people getting mad at people annoying them and comments think it's funny asf and those videos get heaps of likes. I completely agree with you, I watched an episode today and saw nothing but "comedy" most of it wasn't that funny but I have not personally witnessed anything too extreme. I've seen more harm in TikToks than this.

    • Jessica Routt
      Jessica Routt 27 dni temu +1

      @Lucifer Sapphire ummm it’s not ok to harass hot girls ether dude. What the fuck, I know this may come as a huge shock to you but hot girls are real autonomous people with feelings.

  • kene tabansi
    kene tabansi 2 miesięcy temu +10

    I felt so weird about Jimmy Kimmel after discovering the show. And atleast you could say Kimmel grew up (at least his persona changed) but the other dude had an interview on kimmels show and you could tell that he’s still the exact same person from the man show. Also all the comments under the man show videos are so disgustingly misogynistic it should be scientifically studied

  • Ismail
    Ismail Miesiąc temu +2

    The "it's just satire" angle doesn't work for one simple reason. Even though the hosts may think to themselves "it's satirical," the show clearly relies on viewership from the sort of people it's supposedly mocking. That way the hosts get to appear on the moral high ground while making money off of pandering to reactionary sentiments.

  • gamergg
    gamergg 7 dni temu

    you're one of the few youtubers who actually make me laugh loudly looking at my screen. i love you man :')

  • Courtney S.
    Courtney S. Miesiąc temu +5

    the "classy disney" pop-up made me spit out my tea

  • Murren Kelly
    Murren Kelly 8 miesięcy temu +7244

    The “will you have sex with me?” segment cannot be accepted as satire. That happens in reality to women and it’s one of the reasons going out in public feels so much more tiring and risky as a woman. Those women actually felt uncomfortable in that moment and that is not funny.

    • Jefrrey Jeffery
      Jefrrey Jeffery Miesiąc temu +1

      Asking someone "will you have sex with me?" is NOT sexual harrasment, asking over and over and chasing someone is. Iceland is the most sexually liberated country in the world and we're very direct here about these. We have casual sex culture here. People here (regardless of gender) straight up go to people and ask them of they wanna have sex and there's nothing wrong with that.

    • Leia 77
      Leia 77 2 miesięcy temu +2

      @Cedar me too. I think about that a lot, but I’m too freaked out by modern society to try it alone….and bros in thread, after two kidnapping attempts, I’m not whining, I’m legit freaked out. Walking alone out there just being me, somehow I’m a piece of sweet meat to these guys and game’s on! It’s either me or them, and i dont like living in that fight mode. Too much stress. Fun while ur young but after a while it’s stupid to stay so pumped thinking about future danger. So yeah, i miss walking alone, esp in the woods. Thanks for listening.

  • Aaron Mudd
    Aaron Mudd 3 miesięcy temu +21

    Now he’s the sexy, woke late night comedian, but I’m old enough to remember the Man Show. Just goes to show how bullshit show business is and how fake its players are. They believe in nothing but themselves.

    • Richella River
      Richella River 25 dni temu

      Anything to make money and maintain their status.

    • Kariya
      Kariya 2 miesięcy temu +2

      Calling Jimmy woke is like saying that Paris is not in Europe.

  • Morgan McCormick
    Morgan McCormick 13 dni temu

    Thank you Kurtis ~ I watch your videos every day on my lunch break usually going into it really stressed out. And your videos always make me laugh to myself even just alone in my car. 😂 it makes a huge difference in my day to day. You're awesome!

  • iconoclast137
    iconoclast137 3 miesięcy temu +4

    this channel is absolutely hilarious. you deserve all 3.57 million subscribers. keep up the great work!

  • Tired_Enby
    Tired_Enby 4 dni temu

    I heard from my sister that my dad loved this show. She told me about a time he showed her an episode, specifically the one where they harassed women.
    after showing obvious discomfort and telling him how wrong it was, he replied by saying that our generation was too sensitive.
    Fucking bullshit.

  • Leina Amatsuji-Berry
    Leina Amatsuji-Berry 8 miesięcy temu +10264

    Robert Pattinson for Variety magazine:
    “I always say about people who do method acting, you only ever see people do the method when they’re playing an a-holes,” Pattinson admitted. “You never see someone being lovely to everyone while they’re really deep in character.”

    • LazyYoshi
      LazyYoshi 5 miesięcy temu +1

      Nick cage once method acted by keeping a fall down drunk around for a role

    • theo boehm
      theo boehm 7 miesięcy temu

      how have i seen this quote in a top comment in two videos in a row

    • Allison Matson
      Allison Matson 8 miesięcy temu +3

      Viggo Mortenson as Aragorn in Lord of the Rings. I rest my case.

    • Ervin Pucchi
      Ervin Pucchi 8 miesięcy temu

      Well this most certainly explains Christian Bale ironically.

    • Kasey
      Kasey 8 miesięcy temu

      The reason why is cos they don’t think they need to. They think they’re actually more like that good natured deep character 😂

  • S G
    S G 27 dni temu +1

    THANK YOU! I was in my 20's when this show aired and I hated it with every fiber of my being, but all the bros were like... typical. I completely forgot that Jimmy Kimmel not only starred in, but wrote this show. Adam Carolla is still the same D-bag and Jimmy isn't to be trusted.

  • elitebose
    elitebose 3 miesięcy temu +5

    The editing on this channel is amazing. Props.

  • xli
    xli 3 dni temu

    when they started making fun of that woman who didn't speak English well, my blood started boiling and combusting and evaporating and baking and screaming and sobbing. shame on them.

  • Josh043 P
    Josh043 P 3 miesięcy temu +5

    The Always Sunny podcast mentioned how they struggled in the first season to let people in on the joke that the characters are supposed to be terrible and they didn't condone the behavior.
    Luckily it ended up working.
    An example of how to do satirical comedy of terrible people doing terrible things.

  • Aly Durland
    Aly Durland 8 miesięcy temu +3130

    The fact that the live audience is agreeing with instead of laughing at the “jokes”, is probably a big reason why people didn’t think of the show as satire

    • Bob Cranberries
      Bob Cranberries 7 miesięcy temu

      @Phoenix 𝙾𝚙𝚎𝚗 𝙼𝚢 PROFILE why do people always feel they are in charge of what is funny and what is not but no one can explain how funny actually works.

    • Bob Cranberries
      Bob Cranberries 7 miesięcy temu

      @Paint and puzzle The sexist jokes on that show were intentionally offensive, which used to be allowed and only recently have certain people try to tell other people what they can think is funny.

    • Paint and puzzle
      Paint and puzzle 7 miesięcy temu

      I remember this show airing live. It was never presented as satire.

    • Bob Cranberries
      Bob Cranberries 8 miesięcy temu +1

      @Foever Loved there are tons of women comedians that trash man and I do find it hilarious. Because in there comedy there’s a bit of truth. 🤷🏻

    • Skellie
      Skellie 8 miesięcy temu +1

      @Bob Cranberries Clearly.

  • Cyn Sini
    Cyn Sini 3 miesięcy temu +5

    I remember being in school and watching this late at night when it came out. It was offensive then, too. In fact, that was their selling point... it's like a man cave as a TV show. I watched it from a certain anthropologically curious perspective. I recall wondering if I was watching history unfold with this being a precursor to a rise of backlash vs feminism, the roll back of various rights etc. I still watch things like this with that in mind (for race, as well). I told a much younger (10 year diff) friend that the Kimmel he sees now IS a more progressive, less odious person, and maybe being a husband and father helped with that, but I will never know how genuine it all is. He had to evolve his image to get his current job, and I can only hope he outgrew some of the jokes and pranks he and Adam used to air. Adam is a good example of someone that did not age well, emotionally, since that time. Sadly, the internet has allowed the main audience for this show to morph and organize into incel hit squads that take great pride and satisfaction in punishing any female - prominent projects (ex: 2014 Ghostbusters, Captain Marvel), so until Kimmel admits there is a lineage from his old show to the current ongoing backlash, as well as how The Man Show has been used as a sort of model for some toxically masculine podcasts, and clearly admits that link and denounces how unhealthy it is for everyone, I fear I will continue to have a cynical view of some of his current platforms.

    • Cyn Sini
      Cyn Sini 2 miesięcy temu

      @Crazy Cat Lady it was genuinely funny to a majority of viewers and critics based on reviews, though I'm sorry it didn't work for you. How they were treated was pure, organized misogyny. We've all seen razzie level movies and the jokes that are attached to them (Fantastic Four, Battlefield Earth, Emoji Movie, Cats, etc) but you don't see organized attacks to flood comments and reviews, especially before the movie is even released, in an effort to "kill" it, with posters gloating in discussions about the effects of their efforts. The reaction to other "bad" movies is not what we saw happen to this one.

    • Crazy Cat Lady
      Crazy Cat Lady 2 miesięcy temu

      Defending Ghostbusters 2016 is not the way I'd go about promoting feminism. That was genuinely a shit movie and it's not helpful to anyone to pretend it wasn't. (Captain Marvel is fine though)

  • Catherine Robertson
    Catherine Robertson Miesiąc temu +4

    I think the difference between something like this show and actual satyre, like the way Bo Burnham uses sexism in comedy, is who or what you’re supposed to laugh at. The audience in this show is clearly meant to laugh at women and the concept of sexism as if it’s a joke, whereas in Bo Burnham’s comedy, he is obviously playing a character and you’re supposed to be laughing at him. He is the joke, not women. The man show is not doing that. They’re just being sexist and saying sexism is funny.

  • Snailmoth
    Snailmoth 2 miesięcy temu +4

    Kurtis seems to be the kind of guy who isn't afraid to get Juggy with it

  • Jeni Root
    Jeni Root Miesiąc temu +3

    *Wife walks in on her husband cheating on her* Him: No one has a sense of humor anymore

  • Call 1-800-LAWYER
    Call 1-800-LAWYER 6 miesięcy temu +10123

    I am somehow uncomfortable with Kurtis having legs. I've always known him as a floating torso disembodied from the shoulders up

  • Shristi
    Shristi 3 miesięcy temu +5

    Kurtis: leave the wife at home!
    Me, a gay woman: sorry honey, I'm going out for a guy's night AND YOU AREN'T ALLOWED TO COME

  • Myrdin Osrek
    Myrdin Osrek 2 miesięcy temu +4

    This dude is like Drew Gooden but prettier. Subbed!

  • Euphoria🔮✨
    Euphoria🔮✨ 3 miesięcy temu +10

    I cannot accept the fact that Kurtis has legs. I always known him as a floating torso.

  • Breco Halum
    Breco Halum 3 miesięcy temu +9

    The Man Show feels like a cult especially in 11:20 when they all started singing. SHEEESHH

  • Tanya Neely
    Tanya Neely 8 miesięcy temu +4678

    Them taking advantage of a woman who didn't speak English, and making her the butt of a joke genuinely pissed me off.

    • Elixer
      Elixer 3 miesięcy temu

      @ball make sense

    • ball
      ball 3 miesięcy temu

      @Elixer reddit

    • Dumb Dumber
      Dumb Dumber 3 miesięcy temu

      @Dark Rain nah.

    • That one guy
      That one guy 3 miesięcy temu

      @Dark Rain yes quite the discussion repeated 200 times.

  • And Brad
    And Brad 3 miesięcy temu +3

    For all the jokes in the show that made me cringe you saved it with a joke of your own. I love it too much

  • Aiden Conderman
    Aiden Conderman Miesiąc temu +2

    It wasnt horse dewormer, the medicine he used is just derived from the same ingredients as the dewormer

  • Khaled M.
    Khaled M. 6 dni temu +1

    The man show dealt with misogyny just as well as cuties dealt with over-sexulizations of minors

  • Lindsey Ray
    Lindsey Ray 4 dni temu

    It's so refreshing to hear your opinion on this fucked up show and it's hilarious the way you explain everything. 😂😂😂

  • Kon
    Kon 8 miesięcy temu +2673

    I appreciate how almost every single man in the show, whether hosting or in the audience, is consistently dressed exactly like how you’d imagine people who enjoy this show do. It’s got to be some of the blandest, most bowling rink or tiki bar set of clothes I’ve ever seen.

    • Nick M
      Nick M 6 miesięcy temu +1

      I picture them all with the typical early 2000's Ed Hardee shirt (with the matching armband tattoo) and the combo "Tapout" sweatpants

    • NowNow
      NowNow 8 miesięcy temu

      Out of the topic, but I believe in hayakawa supremacy

    • Jenny What
      Jenny What 8 miesięcy temu +1

      @Elisabeth Richardson Not Hawaiian shirts! Lesbians gonna riot

    • 1980sfruit
      1980sfruit 8 miesięcy temu

      J

    • Elisabeth Richardson
      Elisabeth Richardson 8 miesięcy temu +1

      Dont forget the Hawaiian shirts

  • AJ
    AJ 3 miesięcy temu +3

    I was always shocked when jimmy Kimmel was given a late night show. It felt like no one knew about the manshow and they were just blindly praising him. They can claim satire but they knew this was going to appeal to the least common denominator, just low brow cavemen

  • Landon Pharr
    Landon Pharr 3 miesięcy temu +7

    That first second of the video is funnier than this entire show

  • Soul Mechanics
    Soul Mechanics 3 miesięcy temu +2

    I used to put that show on thinking that I am supposed to relate, ya know, being manly and all, and then wondering what was wrong with me that I am not finding humor there. Turns out I am not terribly manly. Kind of a girly guy to be honest, but it was still more likely because of the not humorous aspect of it all. I mean, I still get "manly", I just don't get "stupid" so much.

  • Jacques Daniel's
    Jacques Daniel's 3 miesięcy temu +8

    Unknowingly I subscribed on these 4 guys... Kurtis, David, Drew and Nick ..... without knowing they've done collaborations.... PLclip knows what I want.

  • Drew T
    Drew T 8 miesięcy temu +5242

    When Jimmy said "we must stop the flow of estrogen", it actually reminded me to take my HRT! Thanks guys!

    • Maya
      Maya 2 miesięcy temu

      @Onion Dragon please don't condescend to me, it isn't a substitute for making an actual point

    • Leafeon
      Leafeon 3 miesięcy temu +1

      @Leo yes, they are a man and will always be a man! Thanks for being such a trans ally!

    • Leafeon
      Leafeon 3 miesięcy temu +2

      Wow, this show did something useful!

    • Maya
      Maya 3 miesięcy temu +1

      @ASMRyouVEGANyet? there isn't cause you can't look at evidence and extrapolate something it doesn't point to in the slightest. There are more openly trans people because there is less stigma, the simplest solution is often the correct one. If you think that's true, you should be able to explain why, otherwise, reflect on your baseless thoughts

  • normalfaith
    normalfaith 4 miesięcy temu +2

    i can’t believe jimmy got away with doing all that lol.

  • Matt M.
    Matt M. 4 miesięcy temu +6

    I'm embarrassed to say I used to watch this show, and it's kind of sad that Adam Corolla went from being a mildly funny, albeit one-note comedian, to being a cranky boomer making videos for Prager U. BTW, no mention of the multiple times Jimmy Kimmel did blackface?

  • Caroline Brett
    Caroline Brett 5 miesięcy temu +7

    The thing is, is that I’m not laughing at the jokes I’m laughing about the men’s audacity to say these

  • MagDahlia Zimmerman
    MagDahlia Zimmerman 3 miesięcy temu +3

    Me: (gets baby to bed after hours of fighting) nice I’m gonna watch a video (opens video)
    Video: AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
    Me: (looking at my very awake daughter) ,,,

  • Brooke D.
    Brooke D. 8 miesięcy temu +1934

    The fact that Jimmy Kimmel thinks he can just say “no we were making fun of hyper masculine misogynistic men so it’s satire” by actually bothering real women and giving validation to horrible misogynists.

    • Arely Muñoz
      Arely Muñoz 8 miesięcy temu +2

      @No,Isaidposse do you even have to ask that…

    • Tarō Tsushima
      Tarō Tsushima 8 miesięcy temu +21

      @DSN 1 Guy stuck in 2016 and treats women like trash and has the audacity to complain about how none of them wanna date him type beat

    • clem fandango
      clem fandango 8 miesięcy temu +20

      @A M wow what an alpha, you sure owned her

    • Naomi N.
      Naomi N. 8 miesięcy temu +56

      @DSN 1 mans ur stuck in 2016