Kevin Hart Let me Explain

Discussion in 'Gaming & Media' started by Dolph'sZiggler, Aug 8, 2013.

  1. KH isn't one of my top-top comedians, but he is in the solid 15-20 range. I can definitely respect his work ethic and that he puts out new shit each year.

    Anyhow, bout to check out his latest special. Anyone seen it yet?
  2. No. But I never shy away from any of his word. The man knows his craft.

    I can appreciate most forms of comedy
  3. You seem like the type of person who'd like Louie C.K better

  4. Louie CK is funnier IMO, but I still love Hart.

    As for 'let me explain' it sort of seemed like Hart had jumped the shark a little bit. A lot of the material I found to be boring and dragged on for too long, but other bits were still worth watching.
  5. I haven't seen it yet, but Hart is one of the few comedians who can make me laugh audibly. I'm more of Russell Peters guy.

    His previous were good but I think the 2nd one the two specials I saw dragged some of the jokes as well, but when his jokes hits it's pretty well so I didn't mind his type of delivery.
  6. What's his latest special? I watched "I'm a Grown Little Man" and enjoyed it. It wasn't amazing, but I had a few laughs here and there.
  7. Fuck, just read the title.
  8. I think "Laugh at my Pain" was in between this one and the one you saw. IMO his funniest ones were all earlier. His first two specials were his best
  9. How is Katt Willams in stand up? I'm assuming he fucksucks.
  10. the pimp chronicles had me rollin.
  11. not my cup of tea
  12. I haven't seen it but I would assume it's funnier than anything Anthony Jesselnick(or whatever his name is) could ever come up with.
  13. Jeselnick is hilarious dog
  14. He was funny at first but for me once you've heard some of his jokes you've heard them all.
  15. It is hard to write once you cast yourself into the mold of here is my structure for every joke. It is like Mitch Hedberg. The dude was brilliant, but his early stuff was by far his best. He built his routines on one type of joke, and it worked for him, but you can see him struggle with coming up with new material over the course of his career.

    Jeselnik might suffer the same type of deal. Some of his jokes you can see the punchline coming and it ruins it, but the ones he hits on absolutely kill me. I'll wait for him to get a proper 30 minute or 1 hour special before really beginning to form my opinion on his stand up.

  16. He has a one hour stand up on Comedy Central that comes on late at night(although,it probably wouldn't be that late for you). Like you said,some of them were quite funny but for a lot of them you knew the punch line way before he ever finished it.
  17. I saw most of his Laugh At My Pain special, I enjoyed it. It didn't give me any inclination to check out his other stuff, but it was a great waste of time.