Subtitles Sebastian Maniscalco: Aren’t You Embarrassed? (2014)

Sebastian Maniscalco examines the shameless behaviors of our modern society – from the small daily annoyances to the publicly obnoxious – when he asks, “Aren’t You Embarrassed?” This new, one-hour comedy special is deeply relatable and highly entertaining as it is inspired by real-life irritations that keep audiences rolling in laughter.


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