Mind of Mencia: Uncensored Season 1 [2 Discs] [DVD]
- A look inside the "Mind of Mencia"
- Deleted scenes
- Audio commentary by Carlos En Español
- Gag Reel
- Closed Captioned
Season One of confrontiational comedian Carlos Mencia's weekly Comedy Central rantfest The Mind of Mencia begins as guest star Peter Boyle helps Mencia read his voluminous hate mail, generated by the star's willingness to attack everyone and anyone whom he regards as a racist hypocrite; Carlos also takes time out to skewer the racism inherent in ordinary road signs. Next up, the host literally smashes obsolete technology (corded phones, audio cassettes) with the help of the hammer-wielding "Mini- Gallagher". Then, "Judge Carlos" hands down harsh sentences to stupid people and conducts a search for the last white family in the barrio. West Hollywood's gay community is in for a thrashing the following week; and then, "Carlos the Dinosaur" educates his kiddie fans about the real world and goes around harrassing people who aren't working. And Rapper Method Man joins Carlos the following week for an in-depth discourse on the "N" word. Also: Holidays are "redefined" in racial terms in an episode with Gene Simmons, in which Mencia also waxes Freudian about What Women Want. Next up, the first "Dee Dee Dee Awards" and a session with the studio audiences saying whatever they &@#*ing well please. This is followed by a segment of "Why The **** is this News?" (Shark attacks in the ocean? Where ELSE?) and a tutorial on tattoos. The following week focuses on a deadly competition between the Wetbacks and the Crackers in the Biker Build-Off. Hurricane Katrina is grist for Mencia's mill in the next episode along with an "Ask Whitey" segment. Then's its off to visit Carlo's brother Joseph and revel in his "loco" DVD selections. The season ends with some "Best Of" moments and the living ghosts of Episodes Past--not to mention guest star Ryan Seacrest,who apparently never says "no"to anyone. ~ Hal Erickson
Cast & Crew
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