Aziz Ansari: Buried Alive
Comedy • NR • 2013 • 1 hr 19 min
Funny as always. Such a great voice and delivery. Just naturally funny.
Hilarious, idk why it was such a good comedy show. He’s just a funny guy.
Ad libbed bits with the crowd make this worth watching alone. But by far his best special overall. Really funny stuff.
Ok set, pretty short, not his best. If you’re already a fan you’ll like it
Has some good parts. More like a story than fun.
Aziz Ansari has a great delivery and is different in a world of really similar comedians
Earlier Aziz when he used his crisper, more practiced routine style.
this guy was a creep and nobody likes him anymore right?
Love Aziz!! Show this tour live three times.
Aziz’s strongest offerings as a stand up.
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