Perched high above it all in Denver, Joe Rogan¹s brand-new one-hour stand-up special, "Rocky Mountain High," has a clear perspective. Tune in to find out the real meaning of infinity, why ... See full summary »
Regardless of Joe Rogan's success on television with the Ultimate Fighting Championship or hosting Fear Factor or co-starring in NewsRadio, his true love is stand-up comedy. With more than ... See full summary »
Bert regales the audience at the Trocadero Theatre with stories about zip-lining with his family, his daughter practicing softball with an imaginary ball, and upstaging ex-NBA player Ralph Sampson at a childhood basketball camp.
I have been a fan of Joe for nearly 10 years between stand up, podcast, UFC etc. I was surprised by this release. I feel this is not Joe's best work. Overall just kinda clunky and a tad underwhelming. The editing was off to me as well, the cuts from joke to joke seemed to bring the flow down. Joe is creative certainly and the jokes themselves elicited laughs no doubt, though not often or prolonged. The closer was a bit sudden and I think the audience was caught of guard too. If you look at their response I feel it shows. It was only $5, and I am happy to pay and would do it again to show my support. You can't always hit a home run. Contently looking forward to the next one.
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