Comedy adds years to our life, or so it is said. In some way or the other, everyone enjoys some good moments of laughter with no strings attached. Not only does it release the stress from our weighing minds, but it also infuses the energy required in our bodies to continue with the remaining days of the week with a fresh perspective. If you are a comedy fan, you cannot miss out on the Jamie Kennady Standups!
The series of comedy shows and short films by Jamie Kennedy work as an effective stress-buster with practical jokes and other elements that are the reason for Kennedy’s success in the industry from the early 1990s. Check out the following Jamie Kennedy shows if you want to have a good laugh after a stressful week!
Do Not Miss ‘Uncomfortable’
‘Uncomfortable’ is one of the unmissable stand-up comedies by Jamie Kennedy. In this comedy special, he talks about his love-life with Jennifer Love Hewitt, who stars with him in this show. Directed by the reputed Manny Rodriguez, this stand-up comedy continues to crack the audience up with sequences of irresistible and in-the-moment jokes. Filmed in Los Angeles, California, this comedy special was released on November 6, 2010, with a runtime of 62 minutes.
One of the facets that contribute to the awesomeness of the show is the discussion of Kennedy’s real-life observations. His candidness about the day-to-day activities that happen regularly with people is worth enjoying! To add an element of surprise and relatability to the show, Kennedy has written this stand-up comedy special with his writer friend Bill Dawes. In the show, you can also see some of the A-listers like Michelle Gardner, Dave Sheridan, and Jennifer Love Hewitt teaming up with Kennedy.
‘Uncomfortable’ was produced by Kennedy, Robert Hartmann, Judi Marmel, Stu Schreiber, Steve Kroopnick, and Pamela Kohl. You can watch this show online on YouTube, Amazon, Tubi, Hoopla, Apple TV, Microsoft, Google Play, Breaker, and Vimeo. Also, the show is available in an audio format on Pandora, Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, and YouTube Music.
Other Notable Works of Jamie Kennedy
Jamie Kennedy has performed outstandingly in many instances in his official career that took off in 1988. Some of his unbeatable stand-up comedy shows, tv shows, or film roles are:
- Scream film series (where he played Randy Meeks)
- Son of the Mask (he was the lead character, Tim Avery)
- Heckler (a documentary hosted by him)
- The Jamie Kennedy Experiment
- The Starlet
- Blowin’ Up
- Living with Fran
- Malibu’s Most Wanted
- Wannabe: A Hollywood Experiment (his autobiography)
- First Night 2013 with Jamie Kennedy
The Jamie Kennedy Experiment
‘The Jamie Kennedy Experiment’ is another all-time popular show of Kennedy. This series that ran from 2002-2004, saw him partnering with Christian Tallman and Joe Clair. In the 30-minute long episodes, Jamie Kennedy has shown his sketch comedy skills with hidden camera pranks. Kennedy performed these real-life pranks to capture the common people’s reactions to his show.
The show also featured some celebrities in the episodes to see how they react to a situation. Kennedy features on these episodes in disguises to get people involved in a strange set of predicaments. Whenever a joke crossed its specified time or content, Kennedy revealed himself with the show’s tagline, ‘You’ve been x-ed!’ However, every act of the show was presented to a group of audiences in the studio or at the real outdoor location. In some instances, Kennedy has also brought his ‘marks’ (or people who would be ‘x-ed’) as the special guests of his show.
In the spring of 2004, on April 29, the show ran its course and concluded on a positive note. Fans can still find the entire show on DVD as every season (from 1 to 3) are available in individual box sets.
Virginia Hamilton and Other Fun Facts About The Kennedy Experiment
In many episodes of ‘The Kennedy Experiment,’ Kennedy dressed up as a girl. As per reports, it took him almost three to four hours to get dressed up! Besides, he also plays the character of a 300-pound woman named Virginia Hamilton. Other notable characters on the show are B-Rad (a white rapper), Judge Jamie, Mario (world’s oldest waiter), and similar roles. While speaking of this character, Kennedy said he took approximately six hours to don that character’s appearance and makeup. Produced by Bahr-Small Productions that worked in association with Big Ticket Television and Warner Bros, the show was aired on The WB.
Initially, the show received a great response from the audience. However, as the viewership of the show began to decline, it had to go off-air. But even after years, the show has its loyal base of fans who appreciate Kennedy’s work!