John Leguizamo's One Man Shows?

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  1. Rhoq

    Rhoq Supporting Actor

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    I figured since HBO aired these shows as comedy specials, this thread would best belong in the "TV on DVD" section of HTF. The question is simple:

    Has anyon heard anything about HBO finally releasing these 4 masterpieces (Mambo Mouth, Spic-O-Rama, Freak and Sexaholics) on DVD? Please don't take offense to the second title - That is the name of it. Bootlegs are available on E-Bay, but I prefer not to go that route.

    I had the pleasure of seing John perform "Mambo Mouth" at the Orpheus Theater in NYC back in 1991 (before he became a well-known name). I was only 15 at the time, but I knew that what I was watching was simply brilliant.
     
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    I absolutely loved "Freak" every time I watched it on HBO. Sexaholics was pretty good too. I haven't seen the other two, but would gladly check them out. I've been wanting "Freak" for a long time.
     
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    Put me down for Freak as well. Saw that live in NYC. Awesome show.
     
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    His book for Freak was just amazing, I have seen some of his live shows air on HBO and I almost died laughing. Was "Spic-O-Rama" the same series that aired on FOX during the "In Living Color" days?

    Ryan
     
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    "Spic-O-Rama" was his follow-up to "Mambo Mouth".

    The short-lived sketch comedy/variety series he had on Fox was called "House Of Buggin'".
     

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