Taped live during a performance at the historic Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., Katt Williams' third stand-up comedy special finds the outspoken funnyman offering his unique take on ... See full summary »
Katt Williams is back in this theatrical follow-up to the PIMP CHRONCILES PT. 1. Katt's flashy street attitude drives a story about returning to his roots. Katt is offered the opportunity ... See full summary »
Comedian Katt Williams performs at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, Cal. Topics include California marijuana dispensaries; favorite TV shows; homophobia; police tactics; drug commercials; and the pros and cons of being single.
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I've never been the biggest Katt fan, but I always enjoyed seeing his work, as he had a unique style. But this show most certainly disappointed. I liked that Katt had something more to say beyond the joke by joke method, but he took too long and there were barely any jokes in between, even then, his message was too confusing. His comment about atheism is very misguided, and completely incorrect, and that's coming from a someone who does believe in God. If you like cheap laughs, or just the jumping and moving around Katt always does in his shows, then I think you won't regret watching this show, but if you are into actual comedy, then I think it's best to avoid this. I'll give it out of 10 the number of times I actually laughed while watching his show; 4. This is my personal rating of the show, and if you share my mindset, I believe you will share this evaluation.
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