There are many very funny moments on Warm and Fluffy, the Gabriel Iglesias stand-up comedy DVD from his Comedy Central special My favorite has to be when Iglesias imitates other Hispanic comics like Carlos Mencia, George Lopez, and Paul Rodriguez. There are many other good moments on this DVD and you will certainly find your own favorite.
Hot and Fluffy opens with a good bit on being drunk and driving. It is not commendable but it is funny. The next stand-up bit on this DVD is about Disneyland and being a big guy at an amusement park. It is excellent stuff.
Iglesias has developed a talent for sound effects. This really ads to his routine. I especially liked the wet running shoe bit. He also does a really good Irish accent and Shrek joke. This segues very elegantly in a bit about girls at a nightclub including sound effects and voices and this goes into a bit about being in a “gentlemen’s club”.
There is an excellent, long routine on Volkswagen Beetles and other cars on this DVD I especially like.
Aside from the life and death routine and a political bit, this stand-up comedy is rather superficial but it is good, funny, and original enough not to be ephemeral. It is even good enough to be watched a few more times. Iglesias is a smart comic who crafts a very good stand-up routine with callbacks and everything. Even his Crocodile Hunter bit, a done to death topic, is funny.
Gabriel Iglesias Hot and Fluffy DVD includes material not seen on the Comedy Central special.
Other Gabriel Iglesias Reviews
Picachu . . . I See You: a pretty good comedy CD by a stand-up who will be around for a while
I'm Not Fat, I'm Fluffy: Great second DVD by easy going comic
I m Not Fat, I m Fluffy Blu-ray: Stand-up on Blu-ray is a bit silly but this one is excellent
Aloha, Fluffy Blu-ray: Very solid show with a bit of adult language.
Aloha, Fluffy: Good release
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