Robin Williams: Live on Broadway

Synopsis: The fourth HBO stand-up special by Robin Williams.
Director(s): Marty Callner
  Nominated for 5 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 win & 4 nominations.
 
IMDB:
8.5
TV-MA
Year:
2002
99 min
443 Views


Jews will get Hanukah and Passover,

Christians will get Christmas and Easter

and Muslims will have Ramadan and the other holiday, Kaboom.

Obviously, the people of HBO are going "Oh, f*ck off.

What are you doing, you asshole."

I'm very excited because this is my time

when I was watching World Cup Soccer, my man.

I saw world cup, baby.

There's a few soccer fans, the rest of you are going:

"Uh, that's like football without pads, right?"

For the rest of the world, it's football.

For us, it's "A strange sport, played by damaged people."

We made it in the World Cup. Everyone plays it.

Not like the World Series, 'cause the French don't have a

baseball team.

If they did, they would only have left field and no one would

be safe.

You know what I'm saying?

What can you do, huh? It is Bastille day, alore.

The day that Marie Antoinette gave the ultimate head. Look

out!

We are French. F*ck you, Americans, I don't care!

My friend Lance Armstrong is racing right now in The Tour du

France.

And every year the French go, "He is on chemicals."

"It's chemotherapy, you little toad suckers."

Okay, he has one testicle, he's aerodynamic.

Everyone, cut off your balls. You'll be quicker.

Do it. Don't be afraid."

When you look at the World Cup, America finally made it.

We made it to the sixteenth, baby!

We're no longer in the "Special Olympics" category.

They used to see us coming: "Give it to them, they're damaged

people"!

Thank you for the ball. I got a ball. I kick the ball!

Unlike the Brazilians. When they play is like...

And the fans...

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Robin Williams

Robin McLaurin Williams was an American stand-up comedian and actor. Starting as a stand-up comedian in San Francisco and Los Angeles in the mid-1970s, he is credited with leading San Francisco's comedy renaissance. more…

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