Aziz Ansari: Live at Madison Square Garden
Comedy • 2015 • 58 min
I always love seeing a comedian I’ve watched for years finally do a show at MSG. Great special.
Aziz is in top form. Hilarious with plenty fresh takes.
Pretty alright stand up set. Familiar material that covers previously touched on topics
I prefer his later work. But still the delivery is amazing.
His last joke in this set is so fantastic. I show it to people all the time.
Funny as always. Such a great voice and delivery. Just naturally funny.
Super disappointing re mediocrity. Funny delivery mean nothing with material that may as well be nonexistent.
Lacks the wit of his Buried alive special, but still a solid show and worth a watch if you can tolerate his style.
And I’ve seen some killer bits from him. But this all in all was just not very clever and not that funny. Most punch lines were predictable.
Aziz really has all of the jokes for Millennials
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