Bananas TV Season 3

DVD Release: December 1, 2007
Bananas TV Season 3


“Bananas” is the appealing clean comedy show for the whole family! Season three contains more than nine hours of comedy on four hilarious DVDs. Laugh along with a variety of comedians. Best of all it’s good clean fun for the entire family! You are guaranteed to laugh as you watch some of the world’s funniest stand-up comedians. They have performed with some of the best in the field of comedy including Jay Leno, Adam Sandler, Tim Allen, Drew Carey and George Lopez. Their credits include appearances on Comedy Central, The Late Late Show, and The Dennis Miller Show to name a few. Keeping you in stitches, “Bananas TV Season 3” will prove to be refreshingly clean and hilarious!

Dove Review

This third season set, hosted by comedian Thor Ramsey, contains thirteen episodes of twelve funny men and one woman, Donna East.The topics include subjects we can all relate to including marriage, attitudes, hair loss, bad decisions, dating and raising children. In addition, the episodes include some great impersonations. Former presidents and current president George W. Bush are impersonated, along with celebrities like Jack Nicholson.

The featured comedians are Ken Davis, Scott Gregory, Fred Travalene, Frank King, Ron McGee, Tim Washer, David Pendleton, Ron Pearson, Irwin Baker, Rik Roberts, Nick Arnette, Greg Hahn, and Donna East. This is wholesome entertainment which should not offend anyone. The whole family should enjoy these episodes, evidenced by audience members of every age who were chuckling at the comedians.

We gladly, along with a few chuckles, award our Dove Seal to this DVD presentation of “Bananas.”

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: None
Language: None; an "idiot" comment.
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: Mild cleavage.
Other: Jokes about deer hunting and the Canadian's use of the word "eh?" Also, a comic impersonation of an oriental woman at a restaurant.


Company: Guardian Studios
Director: Rob Dixon
Producer: Richard Schlig
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 539 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter