April 23, 2024

Gender Agenda 2024 Tv Show Series Cast Crew Online

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Gender Agenda 2024 Tv Show Series Cast Crew Online

    Not funny in the slightest, not even a little bit. Boring, laboursome, recycled jokes… if you can call them that, which would be a definite stretch. The comedy is so basic and one dimensional, and they all have a very similar persona. They’re duplicates of each other but just look different. It’s painfully clear that they are all obsessed with themselves. It’s exhausting

    There’s also a very obvious laugh track played throughout which means the live audience didn’t find these people funny. It was so bad that it was akin to a train crash – you can’t look away because it’s just that terrible. I don’t get how they wrote these jokes and genuinely thought that they were writing comedy… Now that’s funny!

    I really enjoyed this collection of stand-up comedy sets curated by Hannah Gadsby. I was laughing out loud! I appreciated how each comedian approached the general theme of the evening from different angles and the sets flowed together well.

    The majority of the comics weren’t on my radar yet, so I’m excited to have some new comedians to follow – it was a truly international crowd. I found a lot of it to be quite relatable, even though I don’t share the same identities as the comics.

    Asha Ward’s bit about the butter in the fax machine really got me. I also really enjoyed Chloe Petts’ crowd work, and I am sure that she would be a blast at weddings!

    Krishna Istha was a real highlight for me as well. “Actually, if you think about it, we were once all trapped in a women’s body” and “did you know that the confidence you get from walking through the world as a man is directly proportional to the confidence you need to try stand-up comedy” were the winners of the night!

    Gender Agenda 2024 Tv Show Series Cast Crew Online