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Stand-up comic Robin Williams performs his act in San Francisco's Great American Music Hall. Although he does do some of his more well known routines, much of the footage is devoted to ... See full summary »
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[as he drinks from a glass]
A little sip of Perrier here. I had to stop drinking alcohol, because I used to wake up nude in front of my car with my keys in my ass. Not a good thing.
[as a bystander]
Hi, can I help ya.
[as himself, drunk, turning an imaginary key in his ass]
No thanks. It's just flooded. I'll be okay.
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Easily one of the best stand up movies you'll ever see.
In all honesty,this has to be one of the best,if not the best stand up special by a well known comedian.Outranking even Eddie's Delirious and Chris Rock's latest,"Bigger and Blacker",you can be sure that you will have a pain in your side when this is over;and don't be surprised if you feel the need to immediately rewind it and watch it again. Robin's talent comes shining through,with impressions and observations that will have you crying in your seat. Trust me on this,if you are a Robin Williams fan,and you haven't yet seen this performance,you really don't know what you are missing.
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