After five episodes, it seems pretty obvious that even with the little bits of continuity sprinkled in, Legit dishes out its unique brand of comedy by simply giving viewers a variety of snippets that become immediately humorous because of the characters i more
"When you're on an airplane, there's a thing called plane etiquette. It goes like this: Window gets an armrest and a wall, middle gets two armrests, aisle gets an armrest and a little bit of extra leg. We're not animals. We live in a society!"
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This was by the far the funniest of the first three episodes of Legit .
Frankly, the concept of picking up chicks is simpler than taking Billy to lose his virginity or breaking Billy out of the rest home. Not that those are so over the top they couldn' more
"I've gone further than anyone with my looks and intellect should have ever gone, and I'm miserable because of bloody dreams!"
Jim Jefferies might be lamenting his dissatisfaction with his never-ending dreams and even passing them on to Billy, but it's more
Let me put this out there: Legit is not for everyone.
The boundary-pushing comedy joins the ranks of FX's other shows - like It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Louie - in providing a half hour of jokes and situations you never thought you might laug more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall invites his readers to review the series premiere of "Legit," the new FX comedy starring comedian Jim Jefferies as himself and DJ Qualls as the disabled friend Jim tries to help. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/post more
Australian comic Jim Jefferies plays himself in aspirational mode in the male-oriented 'Legit' on FX. Australian comic Jim Jefferies, who worked for years out of England and is known in the U.S. for some HBO comedy specials and whatever else winds up on Y more