jools wrote:just watched Call Me Lucky...wow. What a truly truly incredible man Crimmins is
bmerwinsuwc wrote:Would love to see Patton, Kinane, Bamford, or David Cross one of these days, and it looks like Donald Glover will be too busy to return to standup any time soon.
RadRacing wrote:bmerwinsuwc wrote:Would love to see Patton, Kinane, Bamford, or David Cross one of these days, and it looks like Donald Glover will be too busy to return to standup any time soon.
I had the pleasure of seeing Maria Bamford in Toronto this past September. Good times! Pretty 'off the wall' as expected. She warned the crowd at the start of the show that some of the audience would hate it, especially if they weren't familiar with her work. Couple of super douches sitting in front of me left halfway through. But I dug it.
bmerwinsuwc wrote:I know Maria Bamford is weird, but that's why I love her so much… even when certain bits don't quite land, she's unique. I also loved part of "Lady Dynamite," even when the show's flaws were on full display. Hoping for a second season.
I don't think comedians should try to appeal to everyone, lest we get Jeff Dunham and Dane Cook.
schmoff wrote:got tix today for the
Here Comes The Funny Tour
TheGeneralDean wrote:Sarcasm is the first resort of the oblivious n the last refuge of the uneducated, so I understand why none of this makes sense to you
beetlejuice wrote:anyone else really underwhelmed by the Chappelle specials on netflix? The texas one felt pretty lazy. I enjoyed moments of the Hollywood one but still wanted to like it to more. It at least felt like a real thought out special unlike the texas one.
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