Patton Oswalt: No Reason to Complain: Uncensored

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2004
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Patton Oswalt: No Reason to Complain: Uncensored shows the very dark and sarcastic side of the popular comedian known for his sitcom appearances on "The King of Queens," "Seinfeld" and "NewsRadio." Far from the lovable Remy character he voiced in "Ratatouille," Oswald's stand-up routine demonstrates his biting humor and strong political views. The comic's baby-face provides the perfect contrast to the sharp observational humor and his despair at the state of the world. Though he is mostly known for his adept portraits of not-so-bright guys, Oswalt brings intelligence and polished performance that has made him a widely-respected fixture on the comedy club circuit to both fans and his fellow comedians alike. In this hour-long concert, he takes on controversial topics from the questionable sexuality of '80s hair bands, American stupidity, and even midgets. This Comedy Central special was taped in front of a live New York City audience in 2004.
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