In Mind of Mencia, comedian Carlos Mencia mercilessly skewers the current and the cultural, whether in the studio, in the audience, out on the street, or in commercial parodies. Since its premiere in July 2005, Mind of Mencia has relentlessly taken on topics such as ethnic stereotypes, race relations, immigration, war and family. Show favorites include the Dee Dee Dee song, the Sheik Rapper, Judge Carlos and Carlos' brother Joseph. Enter Carlos Mencia's mind, and immerse yourself in his unique, unflinching take on the world.
Carlos makes his own version of "Pirates of the Caribbean" starring Jamie Kennedy and Tracy Morgan. Also, Carlos discovers if stereotypes are real by finding unwitting "athletes" to participate in the first-ever installment of "Stereotype Olympics."Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Carlos takes on Kanye West and his huge ego. Then he hits the streets to see if it's harder out there for women or men. He also introduces us to some lady dancers who are not only big on moves but big in a lot of other ways too.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Carlos and special guest Dave Attell argue about who has it harder out there, pimps, hos or "whorves". He also heads to East L.A. to teach some gang bangers the proper way to commit a drive-by. Finally, he gives us an inside look into what immigrant convenience store clerks really think about their customers.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Carlos sends a special message to baby "Tom-kitten". Then he gives us his answer to The Soprano's with his own version of the show featuring a Hispanic crime family (with special guest star Cheech Marin!). He also whips a group of whiny, stupid people into shape as Drill Sergeant Carlos.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Carlos takes a look back with some of his favorite moments from the second season so far and explains how he came up with all this crazy stuff. Featuring clips from "Wetback Mountain," his Kanye West video, and "It's Hard out Here for a Ho" with Dave Attell.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Carlos takes us back in time and reveals the real reason the founding fathers signed the 1st Amendment. Also, Carlos introduces a new "music video" by the mega rich "Sheik Rapper." And Carlos shows his new line of workplace gadgets that help with the real problems of office politics.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes