Wednesday, November 26, 2014
One of Jackie Mason's approaches to comedy has always been making fun of sophistication and pretentiousness, particularly if it involves puncturing a snobbish attitude assumed by people who are rising on he social ladder.
All the better if the subjects of his ridicule are people who, before hearing of sushi and Cajun cooking, would have been content with gefilte fish, brisket, and other examples of East European cooking.
In this routine, Jackie reveals his theories about the true origins of Sushi and Cajun foods. They're funny, but they make you think.
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