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Dylan Moran's stand up DVDs and various miscellaneous television specials.
|S01E01||Monster...||15/11/2004||Irish stand-up comedian Dylan Moran, star of the hit TV sitcom 'Black Books', brings his unpredictable, bizarre - and yet strangely poetic - brand of humour to the stage in this live show, filmed in Dublin in April 2004.|
|S01E02||Like totally...||27/11/2006||Acerbic, eternally world-weary comic in stand up routine. Dylan Moran holds forth on matters important to him such as smoking (pro rather than anti), drink, drugs, music, women and children.|
|S01E03||What It Is||23/11/2009||Unpredictable, bizarre, elegiac, often cruel, but above all, painfully funny, What It Is sees Dylan ponder the joys and disappointments of human existence with the sensibility and intense perception of a man teetering on the edge. Critically and publicly acclaimed around the world for his previous Monster and Like, Totally shows, What It Is is Dylan's finest live performance yet.|
|S01E04||Yeah, Yeah||14/11/2011||Dylan Moran, star of Black Books, Shaun of the Dead and Run Fat Boy Run is about to spread a little happiness with a brand new live DVD for 2011. Ageing, religion, kids and relationships intertwine with the general absurdities of life. Searing observations and sumptuous imagery, painted across a large fraying canvas with cruel, curmudgeonly 'Moranesque' brush strokes are all delivered with Dylan's renowned, shambolic charm…|
|S01E05||Dylan Moran at The Róisín Dubh||00/00/0000|
|S00E01||Aim Low: The Best Of Dylan Moran||29/11/2010||Dylan Moran, star of Black Books, Shaun Of The Dead and Run Fat Boy Run is a master comedian renowned for his eloquent yet razor-sharp, unrelenting wit. Aim Low: The Best Of Dylan Moran compiles 100 minutes of hilarious, classic moments across Dylan's three acclaimed live DVD's (Monster / Like, Totally / What It Is). It's downright brilliant: brimming with searing observations and grumbling invective on subjects such as aging, religion, kids, relationships and the general absurdities of life. All delivered with Dylan's renowned, shambling, curmudgeonly charm. Unmissable.|