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Noah from Boston, Massachusetts
BEST COMEDY SHOW EVER.
I was front row and was riveted from beginning to end. Even the opener was phenomenal. Norm hasn't lost a beat. If you loved him your in the majority, and if you hated him, you are no true fan of comedy. My wife got us the tickets and I love her even more as a result lol. Great job norm, see you when you return to the bean for sure!
Jorge from Seattle, Washington
WORTH THE TRIP
We drove 3 hours to see the show. It was worth it. Norm is insightful. His wit will put your mind at ease. He made us all laugh.
69nickface69 from Tucson, Arizona
He walked the correct people. It was amazing.
Tony K from Detroit, Michigan
NORM GREAT, WARM-UPS HORRID!
THE GOOD - Big fan of Norm and was not disappointed. Though there were a few stray wanderings that could have been left out, he delivered a long and enjoyable show. THE HORRIBLE - Both "warm-ups" were a total waste of time. Most especially the second with the guitar and the 4th-grade "songs". I was nearly ready to walk out when the nauseating set finally ended. These "warm-ups" were enough to make me swear off going to another live event for a very long time. Have never truly enjoyed a warm-up act but, these two went far beyond wasting time, they were down-right insulting. Come on Norm, have some mercy. I have to think they are somehow related to you and you are forced to put them on stage. Have some dignity and mercy on your fans. get rid of them! Almost lowered score to 1 or 2 stars because of them but, couldn't do that to Norm.
D Elm from Cleveland, Ohio
As a Norm admirer I feel obligated to be as brutal as he would be so here it goes...I purchased the best seats available months in advance and had I known what I was getting I wouldn't have attended at any price -I wouldn't call this a show as much as a cash grab. I grew up watching Norm and have kept up with him especially in the last few years with Norm Live and after last night's show I am convinced that either he phoned in the performance or there is some kind of medical issue preventing him from delivering comedy at his typically stellar level. At no point did he deliver his signature long-form joke structure, he just meandered without a payoff for the most part. It felt a lot more like a decent open mic night set than an evening with a comedy legend. He did announce that this would be his last tour. If Norm is not well he should just do some of his old stuff because he straight-up bombed out there for all the wrong reasons.
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