Hughley keeps his audience in hysterics as he tells it like it is about the hypocrisy of racism in America, being a man during the #MeToo movement, why cell phones are ruining relationships, and parents who don't follow warning signs.
Early on in the uncomfortably unfunny "Unruly", plus-sized comedian Ralphie May complains about his bad reviews. He may want to take those more seriously. To be sure, May can be very good in short bursts but the long-form stand-up special clearly strains his chops beyond their capacity. As filler, May relies on a long series of early 1990's-era racial stereotypes all of which any reader older than his or her teens could rattle off with ease. When those finally run dry he obsessively discusses a particular sex act which seems to hold some special meaning for him if not anyone else. In short, avoid this slow, off-putting drudgery.
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