Sometimes something great happens online and is immediately memed to death and repeated to the point of nausea within what I guess we can refer to as a “meme cycle”. Ken Bone went from kind of funny to pretty weird within a week. Chewbacca Mom actually became a bad person before her time in the spotlight was up. When I watched David S. Pumpkins on SNL, a smile grew on my face and faded within the sketch itself as I could feel the internet beating it to bone dust.
Sugar Sammy is a comedian, actor, writer, and producer from Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He tours internationally, in English, French, Punjabi and Hindi. He mainly performs stand up comedy, but boasts a large body of work, including three one-man shows, an original TV series on Canada’s French V network, and an HBO Canada special (the first of it’s kind). He’s performed at the prestigious Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal seven years in a row and in his four fluent languages.
I know I’ve not been kind to this show but I’m starting to get hooked on it in the way that you get hooked on a soap opera or Top Chef or something. The thing that’s killing me is that the stories are compelling in a way but the dialogue and mood reminds me of what a 35 year old who drives a car covered in Bill Hicks bumper stickers thinks that their life is like. Comics are depicted as having frequent cerebral passionate monologues and arguments about the blood and fire they pour into their art.
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Selecting a term
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