What I Loved: Anthony is back and as crude as ever. As per usual, he's cool, calm and darkly comical. If you've ever heard an offensive joke and tried not to laugh, you won't be able to hold it in during Thoughts and Prayers.
He has a variety of short jokes, long jokes and true stories spun to reveal the "inappropriate" stories we hate to love. Even if you have a twinge of guilt while laughing, you'll continue to laugh anyways.
Jeselnik terrorizes the crowd and ensures his communication with them leads into his next bit.
Also, if you ever wondered exactly why his show was cancelled off of Comedy Central, Jeselnik explains exactly what happened.
If you're in need of a laugh and don't mind racist, sexist and insanely offensive humor, boot up Netflix ASAP for this comedy special.
What I didn't: I've seen Anthony Jeselnik live twice, once in Pittsburgh and the second time in Buffalo.
I was hoping his new comedy special would bring new jokes, and although he did present those new jokes, there were far too many old jokes mixed in too.
For those who haven't seen him live or in another comedy specials, this isn't an issue, but being a loyal fan, I was disappointed to hear many jokes I had already heard time and time again. I still laughed, but I was hoping for fresher material from Jeselnik.