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Whitney Cummings stars in this one woman show and, as it runs on Comedy Central, talks for about forty minutes. She tackles most of the standard subjects of modern comedy: relationships, sex, the unreality of expectations and, of course, dealing with men.
While I would not put on this show if any young children were present -- mostly for use of language inappropriate for youngsters, same as for most male comics these days -- it's a very good show. Ms. Cummings stalks back and forth on stage with a lot of energy and, if at the start of the show she panders a bit to her mostly female audience, her observations are spot on and funny and well delivered. Highly recommended.
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