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The third DVD volume of the
television program Tosh.O features
host Daniel Tosh wearing cardigans and then casual jackets. Yes, thats how he
differentiates various seasons of the program. In earlier volumes he wore
hoodies and deep V-neck shirts.





I have to wonder if anyone particularly
cares what Daniel Tosh wears. Id prefer to think not. But if hes going to
keep up with the idea of wearing a different type of outfit each season, here are
a few suggestions:

Fur coats (He could wear a
different animal each week. Some good choices would be fox, chinchilla,
raccoon, beaver, squirrel and monkey.)
Boy band concert T-shirts
(But only from shows he actually attended himself. You know he owns a bunch.)
Clothing of dead celebrities
(He could purchase them at auctions or estate sales, and then viewers would
have to guess which celebrity each outfit once belonged to.)




Okay, enough of that. For those
who are unfamiliar with this television show, the basic idea behind it is that
comedian Daniel Tosh shows videos found on the internet and then pokes fun at
them. It sounds simple, and it is, but it is also often quite funny. Cardigans Plus Casual Jackets is a
three-disc set featuring fifteen episodes as well as a lot of bonus material.




This set has plenty that got me
laughing. In the first episode, the video of the little kid parallel parking
his toy car is great. Tosh says, I will
give you a hundred dollars if you can teach my Asian girlfriend to do that.  And in a later episode we get to watch an
Asian woman trying to park.  While
showing a video of two girls fighting, Tosh comments, It starts out like anything with a girl with a lot of talking.




The Video Breakdown of the
weightlifter is really good. But from that episode I especially love Tosh
ripping on Tom Cruise and Scientology (and Christianity too, for good measure).
He talks about how Tom Cruise will sue anyone who even hints that he might be
gay. Then he asks the two girls in the Web Redemption segment if they think
hes gay. In place of their actual answer, we hear this voice over: No, I do not. There is absolutely no way
that Tom Cruise is gay. Perfect. That entire segment is really good. (And
during the closing credits of that episode there is a bit more, including a
funny reference to Magnolia.)




Other Web Redemption segments
include the Tron Guy (though it isnt really a redemption as he didnt mess up
in an online video in the first place), a crying New York Giants fan (Daniel
Tosh helps him put things into perspective), and a cheerleader who got trampled
by the football team.




Probably my favorite Web
Redemption is with the little girl who threw back a foul ball at a baseball
game after her father caught it and handed it to her. Of course, Daniel Tosh is
way off the mark when he criticizes the game of baseball, which is by far the
best sport. But what I particularly love is that Clay Buchholz makes an awesome
guest appearance in this segment.




Of course, some bits go on too long, like the wrestling
bit in the second episode. And the eyeball montage is the first thing in this
show I actually turned away from. Enjoy.




Bonus Features




The third disc includes quite a
lot of bonus material. Most of it is extended Web Redemption interviews. Of
that footage, by far my favorite is his interview with the sorority girl. When
he talks about her initiation into his own sorority, he tells her, You have to pay me to be my friend. Its
okay. Everyone does it. Its kind of like Scientology, but less queer.
Interestingly, most of the folks come off pretty well in these extended
interviews.




Also included in the bonus
features is Daniel Toshs full ten-minute spoiler of the film Orphan. I havent seen this movie, but
now I want to. Am I demented? It sounds awful.




Rounding out the bonus features
are several short interviews with some of the programs crew members, including
a graphic artist, a writer, a couple of people in post, and the shows stylist
(the stylist talks about possible future clothing options for Daniel).




Tosh.O: Cardigans Plus Casual Jackets was released on December 21,
2012. Its sold exclusively at Walmart, and for that reason
I was reluctant to review it. Id prefer if no one ever shopped at that
particular store. So if you decide to purchase this one, try to find another
way to obtain it. But dont steal it. The good folks at Comedy Central deserve
to get their cut. Just try to keep Walmart from getting a cent.



Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE The third DVD volume of the television program Tosh.O features host Daniel Tosh wearing cardigans and then casual jackets. Yes, thats how he differentiates various seasons of the program. In earlier volumes he wore hoodies and deep V-neck shirts.

I have to wonder if anyone particularly cares what Daniel Tosh wears. Id prefer to think not. But if hes going to keep up with the idea of wearing a different type of outfit each season, here are a few suggestions: Fur coats (He could wear a different animal each week. Some good choices would be fox, chinchilla, raccoon, beaver, squirrel and monkey.) Boy band concert T-shirts (But only from shows he actually attended himself. You know he owns a bunch.) Clothing of dead celebrities (He could purchase them at auctions or estate sales, and then viewers would have to guess which celebrity each outfit once belonged to.)
Okay, enough of that. For those who are unfamiliar with this television show, the basic idea behind it is that comedian Daniel Tosh shows videos found on the internet and then pokes fun at them. It sounds simple, and it is, but it is also often quite funny. Cardigans Plus Casual Jackets is a three-disc set featuring fifteen episodes as well as a lot of bonus material.
This set has plenty that got me laughing. In the first episode, the video of the little kid parallel parking his toy car is great. Tosh says, I will give you a hundred dollars if you can teach my Asian girlfriend to do that.  And in a later episode we get to watch an Asian woman trying to park.  While showing a video of two girls fighting, Tosh comments, It starts out like anything with a girl with a lot of talking.
The Video Breakdown of the weightlifter is really good. But from that episode I especially love Tosh ripping on Tom Cruise and Scientology (and Christianity too, for good measure). He talks about how Tom Cruise will sue anyone who even hints that he might be gay. Then he asks the two girls in the Web Redemption segment if they think hes gay. In place of their actual answer, we hear this voice over: No, I do not. There is absolutely no way that Tom Cruise is gay. Perfect. That entire segment is really good. (And during the closing credits of that episode there is a bit more, including a funny reference to Magnolia.)
Other Web Redemption segments include the Tron Guy (though it isnt really a redemption as he didnt mess up in an online video in the first place), a crying New York Giants fan (Daniel Tosh helps him put things into perspective), and a cheerleader who got trampled by the football team.
Probably my favorite Web Redemption is with the little girl who threw back a foul ball at a baseball game after her father caught it and handed it to her. Of course, Daniel Tosh is way off the mark when he criticizes the game of baseball, which is by far the best sport. But what I particularly love is that Clay Buchholz makes an awesome guest appearance in this segment.
Of course, some bits go on too long, like the wrestling bit in the second episode. And the eyeball montage is the first thing in this show I actually turned away from. Enjoy.
Bonus Features
The third disc includes quite a lot of bonus material. Most of it is extended Web Redemption interviews. Of that footage, by far my favorite is his interview with the sorority girl. When he talks about her initiation into his own sorority, he tells her, You have to pay me to be my friend. Its okay. Everyone does it. Its kind of like Scientology, but less queer. Interestingly, most of the folks come off pretty well in these extended interviews.
Also included in the bonus features is Daniel Toshs full ten-minute spoiler of the film Orphan. I havent seen this movie, but now I want to. Am I demented? It sounds awful.
Rounding out the bonus features are several short interviews with some of the programs crew members, including a graphic artist, a writer, a couple of people in post, and the shows stylist (the stylist talks about possible future clothing options for Daniel).
Tosh.O: Cardigans Plus Casual Jackets was released on December 21, 2012. Its sold exclusively at Walmart, and for that reason I was reluctant to review it. Id prefer if no one ever shopped at that particular store. So if you decide to purchase this one, try to find another way to obtain it. But dont steal it. The good folks at Comedy Central deserve to get their cut. Just try to keep Walmart from getting a cent.