Network-safe funnyman Bob Saget (“Full House”) transforms himself into a spectacularly foul-mouthed explainer and raconteur in this life stage show from Seattle.
User Reviews: Saget does it again. This too-brief set showcases his skill as a ribald raconteur. This Vaudeville is as classic as the ages, and modern in every perceivable respect at the same time. Saget shies away from no topic. I will not list them so as not to spoil the essential surprise, but they are priceless.
The crowd takes the spotlight frequently, especially a few choice audience members who at various times possess abnormally small or large genitalia, explosive diarrhea, or any sort of perverted, sand-lot nonsense, and oddly it WORKS.
Worth the hour, and 15 minutes more, if it existed.