He is looking a little aged, his eyes a little saggy... but Tom Green is as quick, clever and witty as he ever was -- maybe even more than he used to be (the most weird aspects of his personality seem to have toned down, which may not be a bad thing).
This is less of a stand-up comedy routine and more of a story about how technology changes and Green stays the same, and about his life up to this point. He covers his history, and even if you know it, it sounds a bit fresh. He has a natural humor about him that makes stories fun. Oddly, of all the history, he never mentions Drew Barrymore...
Would I see Tom Green live? After watching this, yes I would. I think he still has the potential for greatness, and I would love to see him make a comeback. In some ways, he was the gateway drug that allowed folks like Bam Margera to become stars.
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