In her fourth stand-up special, Whitney Cummings returns to her hometown of Washington, D.C., and riffs on modern feminism, relationships, technology and, of course, sex robots. She also brings a very special guest to say hi.
Wanda Sykes, delivers a sharp-witted and hilarious critique on the state of the world, addressing her perspective on the current political and cultural climate, which she can only describe as, well - not normal.
Filmed at the legendary Beacon Theatre, Sebastian Maniscalco continues to deliver his signature comedy style that blends high-energy physical acts-outs and hilariously demonstrative facial expressions.
Really. Just read through. It's like a graveyard of bitterness, which is kind of the entire point to several of the bits. The irony is not lost. Maybe if the entire special were on her knees or had snacks you'd feel less intimidated?
Anyway, I've been a fan of Katherine for a while and the set was on point and obviously original and unique or you wouldn't see so many people crying about it. How dare a woman speak up and declare she didn't need a man! Blasphemy. Witchcraft. Vulgarity.
Katherine stands up for herself, mocks society's attitude toward women and makes valid points all the way though. We don't all have to have the same tastes in comedy but if you're feeling attacked enough to write bitter reviews with ridiculous critiques or personal insults, that's called defensiveness and that's often from a feeling of guilt so.....good job proving her points.
A man who enjoys strong women
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