Bill Burr: I'm Sorry You Feel That Way
Comedy • 2014 • 1 hr 20 min
Bill Burr special shot in black and white for Netflix.
Burr has funny comments about culture & race in the U.S. Story about visit to gf in Harlem is great. Has a weekly show but an hour is plenty
Bill Burr is my favourite comedian. He is one of the few that actually say a joke nomatter who it offends. Would recommend
Bill Burr is sorry…not sorry. He’s sarcastic and and ranting fellow that will make you laugh.
Hilarious in a lot of ways with really dark edgy jokes
Bill Burr Comedic skills are done well tackling all types of stuff happing in society
That religion part is something else...wonderful!
Probably his best special. He's very funny, it's a good crowd, and the black and white gives it a distinct feel.
I had tears rolling down my face at the end. Hilarious!
A hilarious stand-up special with razor-sharp humor that'll leave you in stitches. Must-watch!
An original stand-up comedy special written and performed by comedian Tom Segura.
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It’s always been a dream of mine to do a show at the Fillmore. The name itself is synonymous with legendary performances. Countless iconic musicians and comedians have been on that stage. To be a part of that history was something I’ll never forget. As much as I was trying to keep my head together before the show, I couldn’t help but feel like a tourist or just some random dude who won a contest. LET IT GO represents the culmination of material I developed on the road from 2008-2009. As always thanks to everyone who came out to my shows, laughed at the funny stuff and stared during the bombing. I hope you enjoy it. – Bill Burr
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