Matthew Vincent from Chicago, Illinois
SAD TO SEE
I was a huge Lewis Black fan until last night. With so many things happening in the world, and as Black admitted his material is nurtured during his show, it was sad to see him devoting half of his show to covid and the other half knocking a former President. While his obvious liberal leanings did not bother me, there were so many other topics which would have hit home which would have been a balance to all in his audience, i.e. inflation, Putin, the Oscars, thousands crossing our borders. Even my ultra liberal daughter thought he lost his old humor and became more of a screaming advocate. Also someone in his entourage should tell him the difference between Wal-Mart and Costco/Sam's Club. It ruined his joke.
from Biloxi ms
F BOMB WAY TO MUCH
I swear every other word was f… Wasn’t necessary and then he went political and that was way too much. Looked like he was have a hard time standing on stage. We left before it was done. So bad!!!!!!
KP from Jacksonville, Florida
NO LONGER FUNNY
He was once funny, especially political commentary. Now he sounds like an angry NY liberal who is afraid to take a shot at anyone but a conservative republican. He also used to be very accurate in the use of facts for his jokes, now it is more what plays to the left. And what happened to the in show commentary from the pad? We walked out of this show without being entertained.
TR from Detroit, Michigan
LEWIS BLACK SHOULD PROBABLY RETIRE
I was super excited to see his show. Sadly, we were so disappointed that we walked out in the middle with zero regrets. He and Jimmy Fallon may be using the same comedy writers at this point. He started strong with stories about his parents living to be over 100. It was hysterical material relatable to almost anyone. However, he quickly turned to bashing conservatives. It was tired noncreative comedy that any amateur could deliver. At times, I felt like I was being lectured by one of my old angry college professors. Don't waste your money.
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