Nick Offerman Reviews
Jon from Chicago, Illinois
FUN NIGHT WITH A CHARMING HOST
The show isn't your typical stand up show. It is more of a throwback humorist type show. Offerman is super charming and funny in unusual way. It is amazing how he can find a balance about talking sex and racy things but being such a wordsmith that it sounds elegant. Definitely a fun and unique night. The crowd loved it.
Jared from Louisville, Kentucky
IT WAS OK, WOULDN'T GO SEE AGAIN
For a comedy show the laughs were pretty limited and most of those seemed like sympathy laughs. His theme of the show was pretty disjointed, which would be fine except that he tried to pretend like he was pulling it all together under this "Full Bush" idea. He performed many songs, but the music wasn't very interesting or didn't vary much from song to song and the lyrics weren't very witty, though a few funny lines here and there. The highlight of the night actually came when a member of the audience stood up in the crowd near the front of the stage and yelled at Nick: "You're Illuminati scum!" Nick responded back to him, mostly shocked that he is being yelled at, and the guy said a few other words I couldn't understand through the laughing of the crowd. Quite strange, but gave us all some entertainment and something to talk about as we left the theater.
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