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MITCH FATEL IS MAGICAL: LIVE, EXTENDED & UNCENSORED
Building off the momentum created by his wildly successful CDs, Miniskirts and Muffins and Super Retardo, Fatel makes his Comedy Central DVD debut with his very own one-hour special, Mitch Fatel Is Magical.
One can easily be lulled into a false sense of sweetness by Mitch's angelic smile and innocent voice, which only serve to distract from the fact that his lewd mind is focused on one thing, and one thing only: girls. Whether he's lamenting the declining popularity of one of his favorite sexual pastimes or waxing poetic about his love for certain female body parts, one cannot help but find oneself laughing hysterically and agreeing with Mitch's unique and intelligently written analysis.
Mitch Fatel does hold special powers over us mere mortals. It's up to you now to watch and alert your friends to his "specialness."
If you don't know much about Mitch Fatel, the basics are that he seems to have stole his delivery from Emo Phillips, he makes Lisa Lampinelli look versatile, and he really enjoys breasts.
In fact, I'm not going to go much further into the specifics of the content of the show because it's a family site, but Mr. Fatel has a one track mind. That track is mostly about women, specifically sex with them and their body parts. He does an overgrown boy-man shtick for an hour and, to his credit, keeps it flowing. This is one for watching with the boys, the girls who are game, and anyone who’s up for an hour inside the mind of a 14-year old boy. Not everyone’s cuppa, but I laughed.
They're presented rather cutely, each with it's own "Mitch is..." title. There's an outtake, a bit of the DVD's cover shoot, several bits with audience members, and a cartoon bit from Comedy Central. No subtitles, but Both Dolby stereo and 5.1 are offered.
Not for kids or those unwilling to give a juvenile comedian a lot of rope, but there's some laughs to be had and it's an okay way to spend an hour dwelling entirely on sex jokes.