Tosh.0 : Season 2

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  • Summary: Host and comedian Daniel Tosh talks all things Internet in his new weekly series, uncovering new technology as well as old."Tosh.O" tells all about blogs, tweets and pokes, giving viewers an inside look at the world wide web.
  • Genre(s): Comedy, Talk & Interview, News

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  1. Sep 29, 2011
    10
    The only show on TV (aside from Curb) that makes me laugh out loud. It's offensive, but the host is so charming that it doesn't matter.

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    The only show on TV (aside from Curb) that makes me laugh out loud. It's offensive, but the host is so charming that it doesn't matter.

    The best part about this show? It marks the end of the PC era. I'm as liberal as it comes, voted for Barack Obama, etc. But the PC police had gotten out of hand. Something like this couldn't air a decade ago. But standards have changed, and for that, we thank you.
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  2. Aug 14, 2010
    10
    Laugh out loud humor. Daniel tosh is back with Season 2 of his web based show..Tosh.0. if you like the soup, you would like this. This show is great.
  3. May 31, 2011
    8
    It's a rare breed of comedian who can make you laugh out loud and feel sick to your stomach about laughing at the same time, and NOT feel badIt's a rare breed of comedian who can make you laugh out loud and feel sick to your stomach about laughing at the same time, and NOT feel bad about it. Admittedly, the show crossed a couple lines this season. But as Daniel says, "I'm not going to try and guess where your personal line of decency is. I cross my own from time to time, it's how I know I still have one." Collapse