Bill is back in fine comedy form after a couple of shows weak on comedy. I reviewed this show on my blog, Premium Cable Reviews. Here's an excerpt.
Bill talked about Karl Rove trying to rein in the " bat-poop crazy" Republicans(Bill did not say "poop"; you know what he said, a word I cannot use if I want a "G" rating for this review.)so the party can go back to just regular bat-poop crazy Republicans. The craziness has become so prevalent because there are so many gerrymandered safe districts for Republicans that the politicians don't worry about losing the general election; they worry about losing a primary election to someone who is more bat-poop crazy than they are.
I titled my review this week "Bat-Poop Crazies and Popes." Bill had a lot of jokes about the Pope and about bat-poop crazies. Who were the who were the bat-poop crazies this week? Everyone who was the butt of one of Bills jokes -- John Boehner, the bat-poop crazy Republicans, Marco Rubio, reality TV stars-and Jaime Weinstein.
Weinstein reminded me of an over-eager puppy that jumps into your lap wagging his tail in your face while you are trying to talk with the grownups. He struck me as an over-eager kid. The kind of kid that was always waving his hand in the teachers face back in fifth grade while she was still explaining the lesson, before she even asked a question. The kind of kid had all the answers as long as it was an answer that could be memorized and regurgitated. He displayed no ability for critical thinking, you know, the ability to take in facts and arrive at conclusions. Weinstein interrupted the grown-ups in the room to regurgitate Republican talking points. One of his mainstays, typical of conservatives, was this response that I am labeling the "I-am-rubber-you-are-glue" moment of the week.
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