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NOT THAT FUNNY
Saw Trevor Noah at the Daughters of the American Revolution Hall in DC. He was charismatic, likable, and does great impressions, but the content of his bits were for the most part very uncreative and predictable, hitting over-trodden racial and political subjects. Aside from three specific bits, it was very much a show that elicited an occasional smile instead of full on laughter. There were a couple of elongated story-style bits that, when concluded, left me with a, "That was it?" feeling. I do appreciate his clean and energetic style, but I found him to be more like that friend you know that is generally funny rather than a uniquely talented comedian able to keep the audience waiting on edge for his next innovative punch line.
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