Reviewed bytabipha (firstname.lastname@example.org)Vote: 1/10/10
I would give 0 if I could!! HOW does anyone find her funny at all?!?But then again, if u look at all the crap on today and the amount ofpeople that watch it and think it is funny, u then can understand thatthe intelligence of the masses is quite lacking and that is HOW anyonecan find her funny!! I just saw something else of hers where shestarted her set by saying her mother died tragically like it was apunchline of some joke, and she repeated it numerous times and thenspent almost her whole set pushing a wooden stool around the stage tomake it make an awful noise, then had someone sit on it and try to pushit!! This just hi-lights how NOT funny she is!! I have given her a tryin various forms - stand up, TV show, even just conversations she hadwith people that i saw - and found NONE of it to be amusing in theleast!! I love dry wit, and I like a lot of stuff that a lot of peopledon't find funny, but listening to her makes my brain physically hurt!!How anyone can say she is great is beyond me, but then again, these areprobably the same people that elected Trump!! Avoid her if u have ANYintellect at all, you'll thank me later!!
Grammy(R)-nominated comedian Tig Notaro headlines and directs this stand-up comedy special taped at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston, MA. Known for her distinctive storytelling, offbeat sense of humor and honesty, Notaro's deadpan stand-up style draws on highly personal experiences, including a breast-cancer diagnosis and the death of her mother.