I like Iliza, she's a great standup and is great on podcasts. Her humour just doesn't translate to sketch shows.
This is corny, unfunny, virtue signalling garbage. It's lazy writing, and desperately tries to force the idea that women can be guys too, and that all are just as funny. Starting out with a with a man shouting that women aren't funny, and then the show trying to self label as the "Female Jackass" in some effort to prove the metaphorical man wrong, that women can be crazy and hilarious too would have been a point better proven if the show had a single laugh in it. Oh the irony.
I gave this one star as a courtesy, because if it had a star for every laugh in it, it would have zero stars.
It's unfortunate no one at Netflix gives talent any notes for creative freedom purposes, but it results in garbage like this being 90% of what's on Netflix. You will not laugh even a single time. Nikki Glaser, Amy Shumer, Whitney Cummings and Natasha Leggero have all done way funnier stuff outside of standup.
This is what happens when someone who gets more virtue signalling applause than laughs makes a sketch show with no producer to let them know the show doesn't have a shred of funny in it. It's pathetic feminist man bashing and a raking in of perpetual victimhood currency. If you're a man watching this you might as well have an IQ around Bert Kreisher levels to find this funny, because the condescending pretentiousness will make anyone with even average intelligence vomit.
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