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I will always see that little boy talking about tits.
Lots of really cheap jokes. How did the critics give it 100%? According to them it's comedic perfection and it couldn't possibly be any better. The fact that they gave this 100% and Dave Chappelle's "Sticks and Stones" 30% is beyond absurd.
Werewolves and Lolipops was Patton's best comedic achievement, unfortunately it has been a steep downhill since then. Were there even jokes in this hour? I must have missed them. As a fan of Patton's I don't know what I keep coming back for, he hasn't delivered in years.
Where is the mid 2000's Patton that I fell in love with. This recycled material is tired and used up, and it wasn't the best to start with.
Patton Oswalt balances both solid comedy and heartfelt moments in this special. If you're looking for a laugh out loud special, this isn't it. However, it is a unique experience in which the comedian becomes vulnerable at times and shares tragic moments in his life and helps the viewer see the bright side.
It's just another Anti-Trump tirade dressed up as a comedy special.
Another great Patton oswalt comedy special.
Phenomenal performance. Oswalt is courageous and occasionally outrageous but all the while his message is simple and profound. Let us be kind.
Boring & unfunny. Don't bother.
1st half was great. Turn it off as soon as he says he is a widower. Rest is about him coping with it and more depressing than funny.