All promotional material including but not limited to trailers, images and videos are all copyright to their respective owners. . Hope you managed your money well. So letting it roll off to move forward with the show wasn't an option for us, we were too disgusted to continue watching. You had a good run. But White, with a cigar in his hand and a tall glass of tequila always filled on the stool by his side onstage a tequila brand he sells on his website, btw , remains the real character. Obviously the toothless cousin-pumping Christians that used to watch his clean comedy years ago are fuming at his new style, but he has just won over a whole new legion of fans with his new direction.
We keep hearing more comedians tell stories about the comedy business. But it sure helps to have a headliner believe in you like Foxworthy believed in White. I am judging only what I have seen on this special, and it was hilarious. This one is just tired and he doesn't even look like he wants to be there. Whoever edited sound for this special needs to be fired! Other than the audio, I recommend this Same jokes different stories. Ron White is hilarious as always but it sounds like Ron is using a boom mic while each and every audience member is hooked up with a lav mic. Even his political jokes were funny.
It was like watching George Carlin in his final days. Ron White has few good jokes in this Netflix special. My parents and I had been fans of Ron White for what seems like eons. Just because he didn't put them in politically correct terms, doesn't mean he is a bad person. However he seems to have done a complete 360, and is actually quite funny now! And not the fuzzy sweater, lovable slurring kind of drunk uncle, either. I've watched every special he's ever done and several YouTube videos all of which were hysterical.
That being said, I don't know anything about his personal life and previous works. And every now and then - a spark of the old Ron. For me it was the subject matter that he opened with and the fact that he continued with that spiel far too long. McCarthy works the comedy beat for his own digital newspaper, ; before that, for actual newspapers. Audience volume goes from a 5 to 10 Normal volume when Ron is talking then audience laughter goes way too high!! Excessive unnecessary language, staggering jibberish with run on nonsense. Sure, Larry the Cable Guy is the definitive character act in the group headed by Jeff Foxworthy with Bill Engvall. Ron White is hilarious as it is, there's no need for the unnatural volume with the laugh audio.
The jokes are poorly delivered and he's lost his witty and sarcastic Edge. Can't wait for his next special! He also tweets and podcasts half-hour episodes with comedians revealing origin stories:. A founding member of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, Ron sticks to his signature style with a cigar in hand and a glass of tequila. Back then, having their names on Vegas marquees was living the dream. However, after watching just the first few minutes we turned it off and will probably never listen to him again. In this hour, White regales his audience with anecdotes about a young fan approaching him at The Comedy Store in Los Angeles, about how he lost his virginity at 18 over and over again to prostitutes, his offbeat presidential ambitions, and even how he tried to overcome his anxiety with bedwetting as a child.
The authors of this site also have no affiliation with Netflix. Imagine you're watching a tv show and as soon as it goes to commercial, the audio becomes twice as loud to get your attention. It was almost sad to watch as he's not nearly as funny as he was in his last five specials. My parents have even seen him live. Ron, with more than 30 years of experience in comedy, talks about everything from how to avoid embarrassment as a bedwetter to building a net to keep out radical terrorist Canadian geese. I've seen Ron White's stuff with the Blue Collar Comedy guys, and he's always been somewhat amusing, but not an act I'd pay to go see.
I never expected a man of his age to be this funny and relevant. Since the Blue Collar Comedy Tour first started in 2000, Texas native Ron White has always stood apart from the other three stand-up comedians as the odd man in. That's what happens every few seconds when the crowd laughs. . . . .
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