John Mulaney relays stories from his childhood and Saturday Night Live (1975), eviscerates the value of college, and laments getting older in this comedy special. Other topics include the church, his family, Trump and pedophiles abducting kids.
Husband-and-wife comics Moshe Kasher and Natasha Leggero share their terror and reluctance on becoming new parents; she wonders why men are needed at this point; he recalls a story from his... See full summary »
Patton Oswalt, despite a personal tragedy, produces his best standup yet. Focusing on the tribulations of the Trump era and life after the loss of a loved one, Oswalt continues his journey to contribute joy to the world.
This special was great! It was exactly what I'd hoped for and more. The fact that Martin and Short were at the height of their careers in the 1970s and '80s doesn't mean that they've suddenly become unfunny. My only critique is that it wasn't a bit longer.
Every bad review here is ridiculous. People upset over jokes are people that should skip comedy shows. Others who thought this was somehow self-congratulatory of the team is taking everything literally. What you saw is called satire; look into it. And finally my very favorite reviewer who felt "insulted" because there may have been jokes or lines that weren't politically correct. And then, to take time out of his precious little free time, (wait, I'm weeping!) to write a review because he was just so angry, as if Martin and Short had personally insulted him.
Again, the special is great! And boy, do I miss the IMDb message boards sometimes....
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