No matter how many times you watch this special of his, it isn't enough. Bo is witty, clever, smart, and hilarious, but also appreciates the simplicity of one-liners. Song, stand up, spoken word, it's all there. Mixing traditional stand up with meta humor and conceptual comedy seamlessly, this lanky, musically gifted entertainer is without a doubt on the cutting edge of a new brand of comedy. There is variety, both between the comedic styles and the level of the jokes. This is the sort of comedy special that you can watch over and over again and still find it funny. To question subjects such as race, sexism, religion and he does it while never becoming preachy or hitting you over the head with his message.
Words, Words, Words is loaded with unbelievably offensive songs and jokes that is bound to tickle your funny bone. But for anyone who likes stand up comedy,this act is a must see. Bo does this amazing thing where he can switch from really simple things like fart jokes to incredibly deep smart humor. I would highly recommend this special to anyone. He weaves it into his humor with such grace that George Carlin himself would be proud.
Clever, crass, often thoughtful and frequently insightful, Bo Burnham is not content to simply make you laugh with his incredible word play and goofy physical actions, he instead pushes his audience to dig deeper. Many of the jokes may not be understood by the audience because the jokes are more intelligent than most people are probably used to hearing. This class act was seen for the first time on a Comedy Central Special where the crowd didn't really get his jokes. Comedy's brave new world has a young dynamic leader. His first full-length album, Bo Burnham, was released the following year. I also love that many of his jokes end with a serious message, for people who care enough, to ponder.
I am in love with Bo, yo. This show is more cerebral. Did I say love enough? And that man is Bo Burnham. . His first feature film as writer and director, Eighth Grade, was released in July 2018 to widespread critical acclaim.
He rose to fame with you tube, and now people check him out because he's Zach Stone. His third stand-up comedy special, Make Happy, was released exclusively on Netflix on June 3, 2016. Also, you have to give the guy props for making the title of the show a reference to Hamlet, and then quoting one of the soliloquies in the middle of it. Bo Burnham has been my favorite comedian for a long time now. In 2010, Burnham's second album was released, and Words Words Words, his first live comedy special, aired on Comedy Central. Burnham finished first overall in voting in 2011's Comedy Central Stand-up Showdown.
So he had to sing his songs slower for them to get it. Okay, I'm old enough to be his mom, but whatever. Funny, musically gifted, gifted at acting, his timing is impeccable, and his intelligence is very apparent in both shows. His third album and second comedy special, what. This guy delivers his best in his first and only special.
He began his performance career as a YouTuber in March 2006, and his videos have been viewed over 228 million times as of June 2018. . . . .
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