Eugene believes in no sex before marriage. So DID his girlfriend, Cindi. His BFF loves sex. At Senior Prom, just before sex with Cindi, he falls into a coma. Waking up 4 years later, his Cindi is Miss March in Playboy. Can he get her back?
Trevor Moore, head writer for "The Whitest Kids U' Know" recorded his first solo one-hour special, "High In Church", at The Gramercy Theatre in New York City. Accompanied by a live band, dancing girls and music videos, Trevor performs an hour of brand-new sketches and songs spanning all musical genres. Moore's hilarious and catchy songs cover everything from gay marriage, underage drinking, bullying and a parallel Kitty Universe where all of human history is repeated with cats instead of people.
A whole hour of this Central Comedy special gave me exactly 2 very short laughs and maybe 2 or 3 smiles. It's all pretty much pre-recorded silly songs trying to be satirically criticizing common social and political issues. The problem is: it's very, very boring, at best. But anyway the thing that seriously bothered me was the use of a 10 year old girl who sings about decapitating the president and congress and later on have that girl dance along with two young women in bikinis. I'm all for UN-politically-correct; I love off-color comedy in all types and forms but there are lines that you don't cross. In my corner of the world, this show is part of a series labeled Comedy Central Stand-Up Special. So far, I loved Sara Silverman and a couple other performers whose names elude me at the moment. All the previous shows were filled with politically incorrect jokes and sketches but this Trevor Moore show just doesn't fit in nor it is worth your time.
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