In her fourth stand-up special, Whitney Cummings returns to her hometown of Washington, D.C., and riffs on modern feminism, relationships, technology and, of course, sex robots. She also brings a very special guest to say hi.
Wanda Sykes, delivers a sharp-witted and hilarious critique on the state of the world, addressing her perspective on the current political and cultural climate, which she can only describe as, well - not normal.
Filmed at the legendary Beacon Theatre, Sebastian Maniscalco continues to deliver his signature comedy style that blends high-energy physical acts-outs and hilariously demonstrative facial expressions.
I really enjoyed Katherine's previous outing on Netflix so when I saw this one come up I was ready for a good laugh. Unfortunately this one really wasn't good from the very outset it came accross as less about being a comedy and more about her own resentment and bitterness towards men that even comes through in the animated intro and trying to seek some sort of solidarity from the audience which was not exactly thunderous. I think she's forgetting a few things 50% of the population are men and the women who come to her performances will in many case want to go with thier partner (often a man) who are deffinitly not going to want to sit through this. Women are going to have sons, brothers, fathers and grandfathers so bitter jokes will only remain funny with those that identify as feminist which apparently is only 11% or so of the population thats an impressive way to reduce your audience and then to essentially advertise you dont like men on Netflixs for wide distribution. I would even have forgiven this if the jokes had been funny but unfortunatly they are not.
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