Decent show with some good laughs and honest reflections
Definitely hits different than what you would expect. I’m a little worn out of the RK & MJ stuff. Definitely deeper than just silly.
Aziz tackles relevant issues in a funny but refreshingly inoffensive way.
Had its funny moments, it was just alright.
Aziz Ansari love/break up letter to the internet
Not the special we thought we wanted, but it's still the same Aziz
A serious and funny stand up about personal relation ships and, takin a look at how things have changed to stop discrimination.
Not my kind of comedy, but a good viewpoint into today’s “cancel culture” and the impact that single moment can have
60 minutes of apologizing and boring prompts
I tried it after Master of none, but it wasn't that good
Ansari should have gone to therapy but instead charged other people to listen to his problems
It’s not bad, their were a few times I laughed but I did appreciate the heartfelt conversation in this. It was beautiful
Love how he can mix comedy and deeper thinking
Elevated from his older work but not particularly remarkable.
Funny and heartfelt. Through personal experiences, Ansari analyses the ethically tumultuous times we live in, uniting people in laughter.
I like Ansari, as well as director Jonze, so I was expecting laughs. Alas, I got VERY few.
incredible comedy special delivered so naturally by Ansari that switches from lighthearted comedy to personal, touching moments with grace.
A really good comedy special and an overall good time
Aziz tends to have a few good jokes, but this is worse than his other specials. Perhaps his Schtick is wearing thin
Hilarious as always, but also heartfelt. My favorite comedy special I’ve ever seen. Do not miss this one. Especially if your a fan of Aziz.
Mostly for the existing fans, newcomers should not start with this one