Like Dave Chappelle in ‘Sticks & Stones,’ Bill Burr leans hard into an outright attack against those who have called to have him ‘cancelled.’
It’s a great special; old-school vulgar, consistently funny, and flush with the pathos that elevates good stand-up to great. But I’m worried that, largely because of Burr, no one is going to talk about it.
In his new stand-up special, Dave Chappelle is at his offensive best, taking aim at everyone. But one seemingly pro-abortion joke was surprisingly pro-life.
Anthony Jeselnik’s new 15-minute joke about abortion is something of a statement on both his deadpan act and the issue itself.
Who needs laughter when you can use your broadcast time to lazily slam the president or talk about a rape and be hailed as a hero?
Washington Post writer Elahe Izadi discusses the new landscape of Late Night television, stand-up comedy, and Netflix specials on the Federalist Radio Hour.
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