This is how Netflix describes this comedy special:
Dave Chappelle takes on gun culture, the opioid crisis and the tidal wave of celebrity scandals in a defiant stand-up special filmed in Atlanta.
This stand-up comedy special was getting a lot of press for being allegedly offensive, and so my brother GC and I decided to watch it to see what all the fuss was about.
This was not Dave Chappelle’s best work, and the things that most people were complaining about were not as offensive as they said in my opinion; but some of the things that they did not talk about is what my brother GC and I found more offensive.
The most offensive and unfunny and outdated thing to us was his use of a Chinese joke that even his own wife told him not to use where he suddenly did an offensive outdated part at the end of a joke in an offensive voice along with offensive body language and offensive facial expressions, and it was not funny; and it was more like an old racist Chinese joke/caricature from the World War II days or something.
Besides that and two other offensive topics/things (involving children/rape/pedophilia et cetera), the special was not as offensive as some people are making it out to be, and it was better than how some critics rated it.
But I did expect better and a few things were offensive and not funny, but at least it was not as bad or as offensive as described by most critics; and I still got some laughs.
I am not sure if this dream involved time travel or not, it possibly took place in the past and in the present, but I am not sure.
I just know that the dream involved a man and woman who were dating and who went on a date to an event that the man had two tickets for, and this happened around the time that either Malcolm X or another male civil / human rights activist got assassinated; and so the woman and man got interrogated by the police during their investigation into the assassination.
There were some unanswered questions involving the couple, the man claimed to not remember certain details, and even many years later the couple still could not answer certain questions and claimed to not know certain things.
Maybe someone was doing a documentary / investigation about this, the couple were part of it, and so the dream jumped between the past and present with interviews with the couple and moments of them back at the scenes of some of the events from that day when Malcolm X / whoever was assassinated either during or after or before their date.
The couple claimed to not remember who they got the tickets from or who got them or where they got them et cetera, they claimed that the tickets were not for a specific event but would allow them access into either of the events taking place inside the building that day, and that the event that they went to was a stand-up comedy show with a male comedian whose comedy style involved complaining about current generations et cetera compared to those in the past.
Some people were possibly a little suspicious of the couple, and so who ever was doing this documentary or whatever were taking extra time trying to see if they could learn something new from them that may help in solving some unanswered questions into Malcolm X’s assassination.
That is all that I can remember of this dream.
This dream involved a Marc Rebillet-like musician having a live musical performance that kept getting wilder and crazier as time went on, but that is all that I can remember of this dream.
This dream involved me going to work at The BP Library but the building looked completely different so I was not sure where things were or what I was supposed to do, and many of my coworkers were there.
I remember walking around confused and trying to find where everything and everyone was while trying to figure out what I was supposed to work on.
Our work areas were spread around the building and were not completely closed off and the work areas were more like a combination of the patron areas combined with the work areas, and so I was able to walk from open room to open room finding coworkers and work areas.
My coworkers Mrs. J and Mr. JM were working on computer / internet stuff, I remember Mrs. J trying to help our coworker Mrs. MW with a computer problem, and they were mostly in one or more computer lab-like areas.
Some other coworkers I saw included: Mr. CF, maybe my female coworker JB, my supervisor Mrs. JM, my female coworker CR, maybe my female coworker DT, maybe my female coworker TR, maybe my female coworker MA, maybe Mrs. RB, maybe Mrs. MB, et cetera.
I remember finding CR in maybe a computer lab-like area, she was seemed distant and dismissive, and I asked her what was I supposed to work on but she dismissively told me that she did not know and she went back to what she was doing.
Eventually I started walking through maybe a store-like area that had a hard floor, the next thing that I remember is being outside riding on a tall and wide vehicle that looked like some kind of city vehicle / farm vehicle, but I am not sure who was driving it.
The weather outside looked like a storm was coming, the vehicle was so tall and wide that it was hitting some tree branches and knocking some down, and eventually it knocked a power (electric) line down either on my uncle WC’s street or my parent’s street which caused the electricity at The BP Library to go out.
Veteran comedian, actor, rapper and social activist Katt Williams takes on a hit list of topics in his debut Netflix Original Stand-up comedy special, Katt Williams: Great America.
The polarizing and over-the-top poster figure for hard truth and underground comedy reflects on the current political climate, racial tensions in America, and his disdain of roast beef.
This was not as good as some other stand up comedy specials that I have seen by Katt Williams, it was not as funny or insightful compared to some of his previous work and he relied too much on playing to the city that he was in which made his routine seem a little lazy and not well prepared, and the sex topic went on too long and was not that funny.
I was hoping for more political commentary and political comedy, and more comedy about the current state of The United States but there was not as much of that as I had expected or hoped.