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If JM is going to team up with PD, he needs to have some honest conversations with him about his topics. Shocking topics from PD got minimal laughs from the audience. The first opener, Ricky Velez, was great and left the audience laughing and ready for more laughs. JM was his usual quick witted funny after recovering the audience from PD’s mocking of people with disabilities and sex with babies!!! JM needs no help from his friends. He’s funny, smart and totally entertaining.
Len from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
A VERY FUNNY PERFORMANCE (BUT TOO MUCH ABOUT HIS DRUG REHAB EXPERIENCE)
My fiance and I looked forward to seeing Mr. Mullaney live and we were not disappointed. He is a very, very funny man with a gift for writing comedy.
I just wish the entire show had not revolved around his bout with drugs and his rehab experience. Honestly, it got a little old for me about 50 minutes into his routine, and he rarely deviated from that theme.
This show is not for children, although there were some children in the audience, including one 12 year-old the night we saw the show that Mr. Mullaney had a back-and-forth with.
We are happy that he has reckoned with his drug use, which was destroying his life and career. I am hoping that the next time I see him perform live there will be other themes for him to explore.
SF from Providence, Rhode Island
NOT HIS BEST
Don’t think teaming up with PD did him any favors. JM just didn’t deliver the usual belly laughs. And the ‘hate Trump bit’ was extra and unnecessary.
Jr from Cape cod
I think this show was different because you can see how hollywood has changed him. He was sharp and witty and his normal self mostly but hearing about his celebrity intervention and him complaining about nobody recognizing him at the rehab made him highly unrelatable. And him begging the audience to buy tshirts was insulting after i spent $300 for two balcony seats, especially after he essentially stated he spent probably what was hundreds of thousands dollars worth of drugs. It was a good show but it just reminded me of why i hate celebrities. I thought he was different but i guess not.
Fayaway Canale from Seattle, Washington
Fantastic! Great energy awesome night. Thanks
CAyano from St. Louis, MO
I have enjoyed John's previous stand ups
and Specials (New in Town was good).
Unfortunately, his live standup was not
funny. I'm glad he's clean and happy with
his life. I found him to be a poor story teller.
He dropped a lot of names of semi famous
comedian friends who staged his
intervention. His jokes would probably be
funny to those who are in his friend circle
but to strangers like me they were flat and
lacked insightfulness. At one point, he
picked on an audience member who came
out of rehab the night of the show and
John Mullaney completely demeaned the
seriousness of alcoholism. To quote
Mullaney: "just alcoholism, come I'll show
you the way" and he proceeded to list his
own addictions of stimulants (Aderall,
cocaine) and benzodiazepines as if those
"superior" alcoholism. Clearly a man in
his 40s with very little insight and poor
grasp of what an addiction is. Alcohol is
not a scheduled drug but it is quite
dangerous and with fatal withdrawal.
Obviously, I don't expect Mullaney to have
a good grasp of the disease process but I was
hoping he would be more sympathetic. I
would've overlooked the above mentioned
lack of judgment if he was funny. Alas, he was
Chris Marr ( seen in Poughkeepsie) from New York, New York
UNFUNNY, SELFISH COMEDIAN ADDED INSULT TO INJURY BY MAKING US WAIT OUTSIDE FOR AN HOUR "LOCKING" OUR PHONES !
Shameful,selfish comedian spent an hour selfishly discussing his drug addictions proudly unabashedly revealing his inner most gruesome self. Not only did we have to listen to tales of addiction, recovery, intervention, but we were forced to listen to blab blab about how to illegally score, how he is surrounded by celebrities whose personal cell numbers he clearly has but also grossly discuss's his personal wealth such to the extent that he has people that control his funds, but luckily had an extra credit card w/ clearly a high enough credit limit to waltz into Tourneau & purchase a $12K Rolex for which to simply sell to buy coke. The whole thing for him I suppose was catharsis, however for us it was just boring & unfair. Frankly, since we the audience provided his "obvious catharsis" it should he who should be paying us as audience therapists ! Complete, utter waste of our time. The only time I laughed was because I was able to slip my phone into the venue and bypass his further conceited "requirements" of locking my property. (although we were forced to wait in the cold online for an hr missing the opening act. P.S. Lenny Bruce wasn't really funny and neither was Richard Pryor after lighting himself on fire .Try making us laugh with you not at you next time John
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