Michael Davis Really Was Ahead Of His Time.

Michael Davis Really Was Ahead Of His Time
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Michael Davis Really Was Ahead Of His Time.




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30 thoughts on “Michael Davis Really Was Ahead Of His Time.

  1. Definitely see his influence in acts like Demetri Martin. Not just the guitar, but the style and delivery of the punchlines.

  2. I don’t think I understand your title. How was he “ahead of his time”? It seems pretty appropriate for his time (likely more successful than if that same act appeared today on Colbert or something) and he seems appreciated for it?

  3. I’ve seen his concept drawn out at 3:33 as animations before and always thought it was too smart for an animator to have thought Of independently m.

  4. Ok. I’m a total geek for knowing this, but he stole the Kate & Edith line from a song performed by Andy Griffith and Jim Nabors on the old Andy Griffith Show, before Nabors did Gomer Pyle, USMC. The refrain was, Can’t Have Your Kate & Edith Too.

  5. Yeah I remember seeing him on various shows and comedy specials around the 80s and 90s. He never failed to absolutely entertain. There were 2 things that were super consistent about him.

    He was always completely in control of the crowd and his performance, and he never did what you expected next. The whole performance was always a series of unexpected sharp turns that somehow always segued perfectly into each other. He was a real master of showmanship, I always got really excited when I saw him.

  6. I thought this was in the 60s for some reason. This guy wouldn’t have just been ahead of his time, but more like a comedic forefather. But seems like this was early 80s.

    It’s amazing to think these types of observations are just so simplified and yet way more poignant than anything 20 years before it. This guy in the 1960s would have been extremely well known.

    It’s interesting how we evolve socially, and how our observations evolve and get more complex as we work off each other.

  7. Thank you so much for showing me this performer, he’s amazing and made me laugh out loud in all of his videos I’ve watched so far.

  8. Two of these jokes, the cat/bread and moving 5 miles from home, i recognise from a Stephen Wright set in the 80s. Anyone know when this was filmed?

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