Stand-up comedy is a peculiar business. One generation’s chopping-edge comic is another generation’s quaint curio, or even a prospect for cancellation. At a time when 50 percent a dozen new comedy specials are cranked out each individual thirty day period, and the business is making an attempt to turn out to be extra equitable, is there this sort of a issue as a universally beloved comic? Or is comedy, by its pretty character, tied to its era?
In this new sequence, I’m heading to appear at some of the most revered and/or notorious comedy specials of all time to see