Last night, Jimmy Kimmel Live! featured Jersey Short, a spoof of the hit MTV reality show Jersey Shore starring comedian Martin Short. Here is the video:
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GENIUS!! Shorts a master of parody! More, Marty, more!
I caught this episode last night.
Kimmel’s show is surprisingly quite funny.
Saw this last night…it is terrific.
Martin Short also told some wonderful, funny stories especially about the night he and Steve Martin met the late Princess Margaret for dinner, and apparently lots of drinks.
Marty, you are fun and talented…and, look great for 61.
GREAT JOB! Bring on Father of the Bride 3!!! Seriously!
Not the funniest sendup of Jersey Shore but cute. Still think Short’s decades old clip of the synchronized swimmer was his gold standard.
Please give martin short his own show. the man is a genius!!! More Marty!!!!
Well, I will give it to him, definitely looks better then Pure Luck. Although not quite up to the genius that was Clifford.
Without even watching the clip I have to say that Martin Short is an underrated comedy genius.
Marty Short is sheer comic genius and has never lost his touch. Some of my favorite SCTV characters were jackie Rogers Jr., “Oh That Rusty” and Brock Linehan. Who could forget Ed Grimley Jr? Even his more recent Jiminy Glick was comedy at its best. Marty needs his own HBO show.
How about Martin for hosting the Oscars? Would love to see him do Jiminy Glick during one of the segments. He might liven it up and give it the kick in the behind that it needs.
Very nice, and he looks good for 61.
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