I was immediately bewildered at the size of the audience.
THAT MANY people buy tickets and show up to a ONE HOUR COMEDY performance?
Okay, maybe the tickets were cheap, but there are crowds, traffic, babysitters, etc etc, to deal with.
People must be starved for entertainment.
I don't know if I'd even go through all that for the second coming of Jesus.
I'd probably just wait to see it on NetFlix.
Kevin didn't seem too bewildered by, or even appreciative of, the size of the crowd. He complained that the cheering wasn't loud enough...okay, okay maybe it was a joke, but I guess he's used to massive crowds.
I'm not too crazy about the gratuitous vulgarity. Eddie Murphy, Dave Chappelle, Pryor, and Sam Kinison use(d) vulgarities. but they used them to embellish their jokes, they weren't used as a crutch.
I came across this because I was searching for stand-up, and I like a good laugh once in a while.
This wasn't very funny imo.
I shut it off half-way through and then checked out Kevin's "Laugh At My Pain" show, which is funnier, but not by much.
I think I'm being generous in giving it a 5 rating because maybe it's just me.