Bo Burnham: Make Happy
Comedy • 2016 • 1 hr
Absolutely love Bo and his work. Not as good as his special What., but still amazing
this has become my whole personality since it came out
This is one of my favorite things to watch. Catchy music, hilarious jokes, good emotion!!
Not Bo’s best, but I don’t mean that in a bad way. Make Happy is less lighthearted than his other work, but it shows his comedic ability.
everything by Bo is absolutely amazing and hilarious. this was the first special of his i saw.
His humor is not for everyone but I personally love it.
A great comedy, makes you question, and laugh
Not as good as words. in my opinion but Bo is still hilarious and entertaining
Good but I didn’t want be be depressed at the end of it to be honest
One of the greatest comedians of our time. one of the uniques and clever musical joke performances to date. Oddly sentimental ending.
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