Bert Kreischer's new stand-up comedy special, The Machine, is an hour of unbelievable stories featuring everything from Bert's run-in with a grizzly bear to his legendary experience in ...
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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.
Bert Kreischer's new stand-up comedy special, The Machine, is an hour of unbelievable stories featuring everything from Bert's run-in with a grizzly bear to his legendary experience in Russia where he was dubbed "The Machine". Always the life of the party, Bert's contradiction as a man-child and a husband/father makes The Machine an engaging comedy event that is as hilarious as it is endearing.
One of those comedians I want to see all his shows from now on.
Surprisingly I'm the first one to review this stand-up comedy from Bert Kreischer. Surprisingly because I thought it was really good and I would have thought like minded people would do the same. I didn't know him before this show but I will definitely look up his other shows as The Machine got me in tears a couple times. My favourite stand-up comedians are George Carlin, Jim Jefferies, Ali Wong, Ricky Gervais, Jim Gaffigan, Ron White, Frankie Boyle, just to name a few. If one of those makes you laugh I'm pretty sure you will enjoy Bert Kreischer as well. He's really not afraid of some self deprevation, shirtless in front of an audience he brings his jokes in a way everybody gets his attention, some good hilaric stories, with good mimics and timing. I would pay money to go to one of his shows, it would be money well spend.
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