The Netflix Is a Joke Festival Had Something for Everyone — and Proved That Netflix Is the Monoculture Now

The crowd, who had made the trek to Inglewood to hear some no-holds-barred insult comedy, was a perfect match for the material. And the three hours of explicit jokes that followed consistently pushed the boundaries of good taste on topics ranging from race and gender to marital infidelity and strip mall massage parlors. The crowd ate it all up.
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