Summary of Ricky Gervais Live-Fame-Stand up subtitulado al español

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In this video, Ricky Gervais discusses fame, stand-up comedy, and God. He shares his thoughts on whether or not God is in the vacuum of space, and how this affects famous people. He also mentions that this is not a problem if you believe in God, as everyone has the right to their own opinion. However, if you don't believe in God, then you are wrong.

  • 00:00:00 Ricky Gervais performs his stand-up routine in front of a sold-out audience at the Royal Albert Hall in London. He talks about his experiences with cancer, joking that if he contracted the disease he would go to the nearest hospital and tell them to "remove that calvitos gilipollas from in between my legs." He also discusses his experience performing for teenagers with cancer a year ago, and how it made him feel good to know he was making a difference.
  • 00:05:00 Ricky Gervais tells the story of how he became famous and how it has changed his life. He shares the experience of doing a charity event for autism and how it changed the life of one of the participants. He also talks about how his stand-up comedy has changed over the years and how he still tries to make people laugh.
  • 00:10:00 Ricky Gervais tells a funny story about how he got his start in stand-up comedy. He jokes about his "Rain Man" persona, but admits that he doesn't have the genius that the character had. Gervais talks about his new show, "Life's Too Short", and how he's doing charity shows to raise awareness for obesity. He gets emotional talking about how people with obesity are treated by society. Gervais ends the talk by saying that obesity is not an illness and that people who are overweight need to start eating better.
  • 00:15:00 Ricky Gervais talks about how he is now in his 40s and has to take extra care when getting down on the ground or getting up, because at this age, one "bang" can make an older man sound like a "boom." He shares a story of how he was recently running with his iPod and a paparazzi caught up to him. The next day, the tabloid The Sun published a full article about his "gordinflón" (voluminous) body. Gervais shares that he does this to get away from the paparazzis and that he likes French & Saunders, as they are both great performers.
  • 00:20:00 Ricky Gervais discusses his new sketch, Dawn calling to the door, from inside Jennifer asks who it is, and he replies "I am me, the big ego guy." He opens the door and Jennifer asks who he is, to which he responds "I am the little dwarf with a big ego." He goes on to say that it's a good gag, and that comics get along, which is good, because both of them have egos. Jennifer then starts talking about her own problems, and how she's trying to lose weight, and Ricky Gervais admits that he has E.M. He apologizes for any negativity the disease may cause, but assures the audience that it is a real disease and that they should be aware of it. He then goes on to discuss other topics, such as how the U.K. and U.S. have different attitudes towards civil rights, and how one event in 1950 led to the civil rights movement. He ends the sketch by talking about how he's trying to make a Mandela, and how it's an important topic. He says that he's not racist, and that the sketch isn't.
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  • 00:35:00 Ricky Gervais discusses the supposed Chinese lack of ability to whisper, which he jokes is a racial characteristic. He then goes on to discuss how thugs would not be able to hurt someone if they couldn't whisper, and how this is a problem with the Chinese. He talks about an ad campaign that is currently running in the UK which is aimed at preventing people from being raped. He then talks about the worst piece of advice that he's ever been given, and it relates to fame. He says that if people want to be famous, they should do something that is heroic, and not just focus on becoming famous through immoral means. He talks about how Sir Isaac Newton was the most famous person of his time for his contributions to mathematics, physics, and law. He then mentions Karl Pilkington, and how he is another kind of genius.
  • 00:40:00 Ricky Gervais discusses science with a Spanish-speaking fan, and asks "which is the best?" I say, well, I supposed Isaac Newton, for being the founder of modern physics He said: And what was good about him? I said: He made the laws of dynamics He discovered gravity I said: What? He discovered gravity Karl: That's not a problem I said: How? He said: It's not like before we were floating I said: No... No, but listen The story says that Newton was sitting under a tree and a apple fell on his head Karl said: And why wasn't he working? Talking about fame, last year they aired "Celebrity Love Island" And its presenter said that his biggest idol of all time was Calum Best And we talked about this the next day, with Karl and another friend, Glynn Glynn said: Calum Best? He's only famous because his father was famous Karl said: Same can be said of Jesus He has the head of an orange But today in today's world, you become famous... for no reason, really, just being famous You
  • 00:45:00 Ricky Gervais discusses the importance of building a reputation and discusses the various ways in which it can be tarnished. He then gives the example of Richard Gere, who bought a Jerbo at a pet store and ended up in the press for being accused of having sex with a Jerbo. Gervais then goes on to discuss his own experiences with the media and how they can change depending on the story. He ends the video by discussing the importance of privacy and how it is often sacrificed by those in the public eye.
  • 00:50:00 Ricky Gervais discusses fame and stand-up comedy, discussing the pros and cons of being famous. He recalls an incident where he attempted to pick up a chimpanzee, and discovers that if he removes a small piece of skin from an animal, he can tell whether the animal is male or female. He then goes on to discuss rumors, explaining that if it is written down, someone will believe it. He shares the Old Testament story of God creating the Earth in six days, and explaining that it is not true. He then talks about why we break up with our parents, saying that it is because they are innocent. He concludes the talk by saying that it is okay to be smart, and that if you believe in God, you will feel guilty if you lie in court.
  • 00:55:00 In this video, Ricky Gervais shares his thoughts on whether or not God is in the vacuum of space, which has been proven by science. Gervais then argues that if God is in all of our asses, then all of us must have incorrect beliefs. He goes on to say that this is not a problem for famous people, as everyone has their own opinion. He also mentions that this is not a problem if you believe in God, as everyone has the right to their own opinion. However, if you don't believe in God, then you are wrong.

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In this video, Ricky Gervais talks about his stand-up comedy career and his recent appearance on Saturday Night Live. He talks about how he gets along with his now-wife and how they have to use the restroom in the middle of the night. Gervais then talks about his recent appearance at a X-Factor final and how he was seated in the back.

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  • 01:05:00 In the video, Ricky Gervais talks about his career and how he has never given out spoilers for his stand-up. He then goes on to explain how his relationship with his now-wife went through a lot of changes when he moved into their first apartment together. He talks about how he used to get up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom, and how his now-wife used to get up to help him. He finishes the video by talking about how he was recently at a X-Factor final, and how he and his now-wife were seated in the back.
  • 01:10:00 In this YouTube video, comedian and actor Ricky Gervais speaks about his experience hosting "The Saturday Night Live" telethon. He talks about how he and Chris Tarrant, who appeared on the show, got to know each other and how Chris got into a fight with Sharon Osbourne. The results of the telethon are announced, and the audience applauds.
  • 01:15:00 Ricky Gervais tells the audience about his experience performing in London and how he was worried about the negative reaction he would receive from the Scottish crowd. However, the audience was warm and welcoming, with one critic rating him three stars. Gervais then talks about his win in the 2010 Guinness World Records for the most appearances on television, and how it feels to be the second comedian of the decade. He then jokes about how some people are still Pedophiles and how all comedians are now Yonkarras (jokes about how all comedians now drink alcohol excessively). Gervais thanks the audience and ends the show.

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