David Cross: Bigger and Blackerer (2010)
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Not only does Cross deliver the comedy in this release, he draws outside the lines.
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The set starts out with a pair of lame bits: when Cross is introduced, a little kid comes out dressed and acting like him. Then the real Cross comes out and it goes into a bit where he deals with someone doing his own sign language comedy routine next to the stage. Fortunately after that it become a regular stand-up show. I appreciate some experimentation, but neither attempt was that exciting. On a lot of his previous shows, Cross seems unprepared, which can result in some great off-the-cuff riffs, but also an uncomfortable amount of stammering and gags that go nowhere. Here his set is much tighter, and the results are for the most part very funny. You can expect the usual discussion of politics and religion, but he doesn't overdo it. The excised portions in the bonus features are well worth checking out.
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