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Season 1 Episode 11

Episode 11

Aired Wednesday 10:30 PM Nov 04, 2004 on Comedy Central
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Episode 11
Comics include Patton Oswalt and Mitch Hedberg

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      • Patton Oswalt: (on war reporters) These guys are at the Days Inn - miles away from the shelling, still trying to come on like they're King Swagger - "Yeah, I'm in the middle of a war! Look out!" These guys to to play it up like, "Yes, we're in the Days Inn and the shelling has started, we've lost SpectraVision!"

      • Mitch Hedberg: I saw a duck in downtown Boise, but I think the duck was lost because ducks aren't supposed to be downtown!

      • Mitch Hedberg: In Kilkerry, Ireland, they don't have anything American. They did have a Subway sandwich shop though. It became the American Embassy for me - I'd go to a bar, piss off an Irish dude and have him chase me to the Subway. I'd say, 'Dude, I'm sorry, but you're out of your jurisdiction, but you can have a cold cut combo!'

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      • The movie character Rambo is seen in the jungles of Vietnam during Patton Oswalt's joke about war correspondents. Rambo, an unstable and vicious war veteran, visited the jungles of Vietnam to rescues prisoners of war in the second Rambo movie, First Blood Part II.

      • In the animation for Patton Oswalt's joke about war correspondents, President Bush is shown drinking in the back of a limo with the Tin Man from The Wizard of Oz, watching US forces, depicted as the flying monkeys from the movie, attack a city that appears green due to night vision cameras. In the movie, the characters are off to see the Wizard in the Emerald City. There is also a yellow brick road leading to the city, like the characters follow in the movie.

      • During Patton Oswalt's joke about war reporters, caricatures of Wolf Blitzer, the gray-haired and bearded man shown first, and Geraldo Rivera, with his signature mustache, are shown. Both are famous war correspondents and television reporters.