Julie S from Boston, Massachusetts
I expected loud. I expected Leslie to push the envelope, to use colorful language and be edgy. But I did not expect her to be nothing short of expletive laden and vulgar. Less is more and she couldn't get thru a sentence without repetitive use of expletives. It loses it's impact after a while and honestly found her stories to be just too long. Point belabored. Yet, she also had a message - an important message - that being you can't change your past, you can't predict your future, so live your current life happily. I wanted to like this show way more than I did.
AG Samplat from Hartford, Connecticut
EXPECTATIONS HIGH BUT DISAPPOINTING
I loved Leslie on SNL and while I expected her show to be different from her characters on the show, I also expected it to be funny, but that, unfortunately, was not the case. She wore leggings and a t-shirt, which may have been fine had she not continuously kept pulling up her pants throughout the show and commenting how they kept falling down. She mentioned how her life has changed and now she's now making money - maybe she can afford to buy a better pair of leggings! It wasn't hot in the theater, yet she seemed to be sweating profusely throughout the show. Her language was pretty vulgar thoughout and I just didn't find the show funny. The concept of her past, present and future self could have lended itself to a great show with a great story, but it did not. Very disappointed.
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