Vulgarity can be witty and funny or it can simply be vulgar. 22-year-old Murphy was a rising star and charming enough to have the audience loving every minute though for every funny impersonation there are a dozen jokes that fall flat. It's even harder to watch now that much of the humor is based on now antiquated views. The gay and AIDS jokes and the notion that racism has to be sought out are painful.
Even though some of the jokes are now outdated and simply don't seem that funny anymore (emphasizing black/white people, gay people stuff), most of the performance was so not-giving-a-shit- kind of rudeness that it gave me creeps knowing that this kind of stand-up would never go through in my country even nowadays. Great! 4.5