Nick Swardson is back in rare form with his new Comedy Central special, Seriously, Who Farted? It is just what you expect from Swardson: a medley of farcical musings about everything from Asian massage parlors to top hat-wearing monkeys on the Las Vegas strip.
Swardson’s latest show, filmed in the always festive and energetic Austin, Texas, is filled with hilarious accounts of his bizarre life on and off the sets of his movies and TV shows. He tells about his antics behind the scenes of his popular hit Grandma’s Boy and his role as a gay, roller-skating prostitute on the less than serious "reality" series, Reno 911.
Swardson’s humor is made even funnier by his ability to relate to the audience. He jokes about things every person experiences at the brink of adulthood, like drunken bar fights and the quality of fast food while intoxicated. His ability to elicit laughter from everyday experiences is unparalleled. Whether it’s cocky drunk chicks, t-shirt cannons at football games, or late night gaming frenzies, Swardson’s animated storytelling makes even the most ordinary experience hugely entertaining. Not only is he painfully witty, but his comical voices and impressions make it hard to stop laughing from beginning to end, adding to the hilarity of his crazy experiences.
Mostly resulting from the influence of alcohol, his stories mirror experiences of young people everywhere. If you’ve ever wanted to grow up to be a ninja, dreamed of high-fiving a monkey, or gotten so drunk you crapped your pants, you are going to absolutely love this side-splitting stand-up DVD.
Adding to the amusement is a collection of awesome special features. The special features include the opening act of Beardo and Dirt Nasty, a spoof trailer called “28 Drinks Later,” a featurette called “Nick Swardson: Timeless Comedian,” and another spoof for an album called “A Very Terry Christmas.” These extras are an awesome bonus to an already gut-bustingly funny DVD. For a good laugh from an extremely funny and experienced comedian and some seriously funny bonus features, Nick Swardson: Seriously, Who Farted? is a great way to kill a couple of hours.