Ali Wong: Hard Knock Wife
Comedy • 2018 • 1 hr 4 min
Very very fast and funny I laughed so hard
It’s funny enough to put on in the background while doing something else.
It’s a decent set but not as strong as Baby Cobra
I don’t know what it is about Ali Wong, but she can do no wrong. I love her satirical take on domestic life and marital roles.
If your a new mom or new to parenting this is right up your alley.
She funny. It doesn't hit the ground running, but gets super funny. Watch it and stick with it.
The concepts can be challenging at times but it’s a good time nonetheless.
Blunt, accessible look on reality from Ali! Good skits, and pacing this time around!
Ali Wong delivers again. A funny special about Ali adapting to her new life as a mother. Details of jokes may make you gag after.
Not great, but just funny enough to put on in the background of a party.
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