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Outpatients is Jonathan Winters' first comedy album in 30 years! In it, Winters performs as multiple characters in sketches on sports, plastic surgery, traveling, and hotels. "Sports Fan" is hilarious because of its subtlety and affection for obsessive sports fanatics. A serious Winters as announcer interviews America's number one sports fan about the appropriate costume for attending games. After hearing about how to paint one's face the two tones of a team's colors, he asks the fan: "How about a rainbow wig?" with sidesplitting dryness. Winters has a knack for funny character names and voices (ie., Dr. Malcolm Gohard the plastic surgeon, Wilbur Mooseler the fan, etc.). One of the best skits on Outpatients finds Winters "interviewing" Johnny Carson ("It's not easy doing nothing...you don't know when you're through!"). For fans of Winters' humor, hearing his funny ruminations on modern phenomenon like "Ebay" is a delight. A creative return for one of the groundbreaking comics. In a time characterized more by bombast and shock, it is refreshing to hear a creative, subtle work, such as Outpatients.

Biography

Born: November 11, 1925 in Dayton, OH

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Jonathan Winters was an utter original, a wildly improvisational comic whose work careened from childlike prankishness to bitter satire and from bizarre sound effects to straight-faced moralizing — often all within the same bit. Mercurial and manic, Winters veered from character to character and premise to premise at breakneck speed, yet with balletic grace; for all of the seeming chaos inherent in his comedy, his aesthetic remained remarkably consistent and pure, his stream-of-consciousness...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Comedy, Music
  • Released: May 08, 2001

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