Charity Event that will benefit a variety of Autism education and family service programs across the country, in support of the overabundance of autistic individuals that so desperately need quality services.
Ignore the other person's comments... they are wrong.
If there is one thing to be critical of with regard to this show, it is certainly not the comedy. The show was very funny, especially considering that it had to share time with small vignettes about families struggling with Autism. There is only a certain amount of humor that one can do when the next segment will be Jon Stewart, standing in front of a packed theatre, asking for money to start a school at Hunter College to teach teachers how to work with autistic children.
This show can hardly be described as purely funny, this is true. However, it was one of the most effective fundraising specials since 9/11. Anyone who says it was horrible missed the big picture. It was certainly a blessing to families struggling with Autistic children and it gave hope for the future. In addition, it gave great information about how to donate.
Certainly, the comedy on some level was below par. However, When you ask a comedian or actor to create a scene for an Autism Research benefit show, you are going to get a somewhat watered down version of themselves.
To those who hated this show, you are wrong. Those who saw it and donated, you are a blessing to the cause. To the guy who said it sucked in the previous comment, in the words of Billy Madison "You know what? You suck!"
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