Harland Williams: A Force of Nature (2011)

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Harland Williams has done it again. On the fringe of genius, on the outer edge of bizarre, on the far horizon of fall-down funny, Harland takes comedy to a whole new frontier.

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23 August 2013 | thescootmann2
| Background noise. That is all.
The driest and most lame "comedy" I have ever watched. He stands there alone on a cliff for over an hour and talks. Same stupid half baked character. The. Whole. Time. He yells at planes and birds that interrupt his "special". I mean I had it on and it became background noise while I surfed social media... because there was no actual entertainment. He gets lost about what he is saying a number of times so there is no linear jokes.. they are random as he remembers them. Please don't ever waste the time. He gets mad at a wild dog and throws sun flowers seeds at it to show it who is "in charge" and threatens to show it his "fresh corn beef" the only return joke he has that is a reference to his backside. At one time he starts humming the tune of jeopardy when telling a cop joke and how the quiz you. It sounds like that kid from high school that wasn't funny but thought that if he got loud and weird people would laugh. All we did is stare at that kid. I think he just made fun of polio.

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