Bill Burr: Why Do I Do This?
Comedy • 2008 • 55 min
Bill Burrs first and also one of his best specials.
If you haven’t seen Bill before, he’s quite the cynic. However, he makes everything funny and is relatable to a lot of situations.
I just love bill burr, anything I say will sound biased.
One of the funniest comedians of our era doing what he does best.
It was funny but some of the bits were random and unfunny
For a fan of Louis CK while he's not around.
Edgy jokes, delivered in the Burr style that is now a cliche when people mock his comedy. Pretty boring overall
Bill Burr is a genius comedian. Perfect for fans of Louis CK and Joe Rogan.
Absolutely classic. Not quite as cynical as his later stuff either. Modern comedy legend.
It's good, it's enjoyable, had some laughs, but not quite memorable.
An original stand-up comedy special written and performed by comedian Tom Segura.
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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This material was developed and prepared over the last year or so, mostly in comedy clubs. This special kind of goes back to when he used to just make noises and be funny for no particular reason. It felt right to him to shoot this special in a club to give it that live immediate intimate feeling. The show is about an hour long. The opening act, who is seen at the beginning (good place for an opening act) is Jay London. One of his favorite club comics going way back to the late 80s when he first started in working in New York.