Jackie Mason: The World According to Me video is the stand up comedian first one-man Broadway show. The video was released on DVD on June 10, 2003, but the stand up comedian toured with this show for two years during 1986-1988 and he won several big awards for his performances. The World According to Me video is 60 minutes of hilarious stand up comedy, performed by one of the funniest stand up comedians today.
Stand up comedian Jackie Mason was voted among the top-50 comedy acts ever by fellow comedians and comedy insiders in a 2005 poll to find the Comedian's Comedian and was also ranked #63 in Comedy Central Presents: 100 Greatest Stand-Ups of All Time. With this particular stand up comedy video, The World According to Me, the stand up comedian won a special Tony award for outstanding theatrical achievement in 1989 as well as his first Outer Critics Circle Award, ACE Award, Emmy Award, and Grammy nomination.
Jackie Mason: The World According to Me video is an outstanding hour of stand up comedy from a comedian who is so extraordinary and so brilliant that everyone else in the field is measured against him. Mason is widely regarded as one of the greatest stand-up comics of all time and this particular stand up comedy video is of great value for being his first one-man comedy show.
Jackie Mason: The World According to Me is a great stand up comedy video. The stand up comedian real-life perceptions of Jewish and Gentile cultures are simply hilarious and the Ed Sullivan impersonation is one performance you do not want to miss. It will be a real delight watching him and he will have you in stitches from laughing. Even if The World According to Me video was recorded twenty years ago, the material, delivery, and humor seemed fresh and cogent and not dated at all. Stand up comedian Jackie Mason reminds us how timeless and funny he can be with a clean show.
Jackie Mason’s stand up comedy style is very funny, mostly to New Yorkers (and former New Yorkers) but not exclusively. Jackie Mason: The World According to Me video presents the thoughts and ideas the stand up comedian has regarding to various aspects of life, most of them general statements but also delineates the differences between Gentile and Jewish culture, giving a list of what Gentile culture admires.