Ali Wong: Baby Cobra
Comedy • 2016 • 1 hr
This woman is crazy. Rough and vulgar humour, but her delivery makes it so smooth and enjoyable.
I usually don't like stand up comedy, but I was laughing out loud!
If you’re in the mood to binge stand up, add this to the list.
This lady is hilarious! Everything she says is gold!
Couple problematic jokes here and there but for the most part a very real and candid look at womanhood, dating, becoming a mom. Good stuff.
Very funny. Wong strikes again with her humor
A raunchy standup special that's actually funny.
Unfunny pregnant woman does unfunny pregnant woman things
Ali is consistently very funny. Both this and her previous special are hilarious.
Ali Wong doesn't change the world or make us reloom ourselves, but she's funny and acerbic and witty. Enjoyable!
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