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Trevor Noah recounts his amusing travels around the world, from foreign national anthems to different cultural norms.
I enjoyed Trevor Noah’s standup, we saw him live in FL and it was really good. I’ve seen all of his stand-up specials, so of course when this one came on Netflix I knew I would see it. He’s a great combination of a smart, talented, worldly, funny and informed person who will bring serious topics and important issues to his comedy.
Trevor Noah has developed a routine for his stand-up (that I can see anyway). It starts off friendly, talking with the crowd, saying something about where it is filmed, then gets into more serious topics (with humor sprinkled in throughout of course), then finishes up with some big laughs and light hearted topics. The special looks great and Trevor has never been better or funnier. The only issue is that he tells almost the exact same joke twice, then does the same thing a second time at the end for two specials now. I know it’s what comedians do, they have a list of jokes and until it gets updated they go with what works. I do think, however, that when you do comedy specials you should make an effort to put out all new jokes/routines but that’s just me.
This stand up special has lots of laughs, will make you think and features the special talent that is Trevor Noah. There is a really nice cameo at the end worth watching and of course as a white person, I will admit I do enjoy “Sweet Caroline” (and swimming). At just over an hour this is a great length and I never felt bored. As mentioned my biggest issue is 2 jokes being almost the same for 3 years now. I give this 7.5 out of 10 and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys stand-up specials and Trevor Noah in particular. Due to mature themes and coarse language I would say ages 14+.