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.
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.
Ok so am gonna split this review for each episode and then am gonna summarize at the end.
It starts off really well but kind of fades at the end with the whole "paralyzed sister's death bit". His intentions to show funny in tragedy was daring but he doesn't live up to the task as he fails to lift the mood for a long while towards the end.
This was by far a more complete show. This episode is where Daniel delivers and lives up to the hype. the show is intelligently written and is genuinely funny.(not so much if you are Facebook vegan). There are serious rofl moments plus the creative message where he added his personal touch to the show.
so inconclusion I recommend powering through the first episode just to be able to watch the second one. I hope Daniel continues working on his material and develop a full comedian persona on stage because I believe he has potential to be one of the greats.
PS: I rated a 7 because the first show dragged it down, the second episode deserves a much higher rating. (Seriously check it out even if you are vegan).
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