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Animal Instincts finds standup comedian Jimmy Shubert navigating through a series of vulgar skits centering on exploitative sleaze. Highlights include the album-opening "Psychedelic Frogs," a druggy segment about people who lick frogs in hopes of tripping, and "From Democracy to Hypocrisy," a rare non-sexual segment that finds Shubert mercilessly bashing George W. Bush and Al Gore. Shubert's confidence and lucid delivery enhances his humor, making even his most perverse moments hilarious, though many will find his sense of humor offensive.


Genre : Comédie

Années d’activité : '00s

Comedian Jimmy Shubert was born and raised in Philadelphia, and decided on a career in entertainment after attending the Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts, where he majored in drama (and took great delight in becoming the school's resident class clown, as well as becoming a professional magician). During the early '80s, Shubert decided though that his heart lay in comedy, and began appearing regularly at comedy clubs around his hometown. But it wasn't until he relocated to...
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