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Joe Rogan Experience #860 – Russell Peters

Russell Peters is an actor and standup comedian, currently touring internationally all over the world. His latest stand-up comedy special “Almost Famous” is now on Netflix.

29 thoughts on “Joe Rogan Experience #860 – Russell Peters

  1. Russell is vastly more travelled and exposed to other cultures than Joe. And I don’t believe for one second that he can be compared with Joe and Joe ends up looking like a very closed minded man in comparison.

  2. OOPS!!!#:€£*%@ SHIT!!!! MADE A WRONG TURN TO ALBAKOYKEY!!!! NEVER LIKED JOE ROGAN @ALL HES NEVER BEEN FUNNY TO US… HES JUST LOUD,, JUST BECAUSE JOE ROGANS LOUD DOESN'T MEAN HES FUNNY!!!! I SAW RUSSELL AND I CLICKED RIGHT AWAY!!! RUSSELL'S FUNNY AND HE DOESN'T HAVE TO BE LOUD!!!

  3. I dig both Joe & Russell, but they are quite different people in a way in which I can see that it might take some "hang out" time for them to calibrate & sync more smoothly. I can see when Joe has a guest on his show that he is quite compatible with and very interested in, rather than just kinda "shootin' the shit" with… I think Joe is a very good host for interviewing, in his JRE capacity. First, because he tries to get right at the core of his guest's main topic, and with respect will call them out if needed. Secondly, he has the TIME to take to do it in, which stands him out from most others. And thirdly, I like the way Joe tries to ensure his audience is on board – he very often on almost every edition, stops to clarify for people, the things, subjects, or ideas sometimes brought up, which not everyone may know or understand. This usually happens when his guest is talking and says something or refers to something, which that guest might just assume, overlook, or not care, that the audience understands or gets. ~ One thing I wish to address – Just My opinion – Is Mitch Hedberg (RIP) I just find it a bit curious – esp when talking about adopting a style used by someone else. I like Mitch and mean no disrespect to HIM – But I just can't help but refer those fans and admirers of his STYLE (Not Mitch per. se.)of comic anecdotes to what I personally feel is the ORIGINAL mentor and genesis of that brand of "lateral" comedy – Steven Wright. If the reader needs clarification on what I'm saying, check this out for a bit…see if you agree, keep in mind that Wright is a good 15+ years ahead of Hedberg –


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