Reviewed byTejas NairVote: 6/10/10
It was funny, alright.
But, the one-hour show was more of a lukewarm stand-up compared to hisprevious stints. He cracked some new jokes, strictly deflecting fromhis usual style of re-cracking his famous jokes. But, I felt theobscenity level was revved up a notch higher, maybe because his mom waspresent.
Certain potshots on tattoos, people who get tattoos, massaging, and ofcourse, racism is all it has to entertain. But, RP himself looked tireddoing the show, lacking the zeal with which he used to present.
Anyways, this won't stop me from watching more of his future shows, butNotorious doesn't live up to the title. An average show.
Global comedy star Russell Peters leaves no ethnic or cultural stereotype unstrapped in this outrageous stand-up appearance in Sydney, Australia.