Spencer from Kalamazoo, Michigan
Boring. No material. I fell asleep between the couple of laughs. Not at all worth the money. All 4 of us walked out early along with everyone around us. Prime example of a comedian who has run out of good material and sucking every last penny out of his fans.
Jerod from Dallas, Texas
Went to see fluffy last night at American Airlines center 2/9/19. All he did was tell stories of crap from his past. Nothing was written , it was obvious! The most preparation was from the backdrop decorations. I’ve seen a lot of stand up in my days , and this guy sucks! I’m well rounded , I’ve seen Jim Gaffigan , Dane cook , Aziz Ansari, to name a few and Gaffigan is still king! The very best! Go see him! Don’t waste your money on “ fluffy” he’s just trying to drain every last bit of money as a washed up comedian with obviously no material at all. It was unprepared, half assessed , way of showing off his last 20 years of accomplishments. All he did was tell old stories of his past comedic experiences. WASTE of money!! If I hadn’t had taken an Uber from the rustic with a group of friends me and my wife would’ve left after 30 mins . But we were nice and beared through it! Oh my wife drifted off to sleep at one point !
Brian D from Vancouver, British Columbia
FLUFFY NOT AT HIS BEST
I have always liked Fluffy and his act when I have seen him on Netflix and on any of his specials but he was not at his best for the show in Vancouver. No real material prepared and he basically mailed in his show. Barely did 45-50 minutes of material then opened up the floor to questions. That seemed to be fill the time but he kept pointing out he had finished his required time and this was a bonus for the fans. This was a waste of time as there were numerous people trying to yell over top of each other from the crowd. I didn't pay to see him sign autographs or take photos with people instead of performing. We finally got frustrated and left. Didn't appreciate the flogging of his merchandise after the opening comedian's act followed by an unnecessary 20 minute break. Fluffy used to be humble but I think his ego has got the better of him. A lot of the show was him talking about how successful and wonderful he is now. Not a lot of laughs and I won't pay to see him again.
Joanne Bidewell from Vancouver, British Columbia
THE WORST EVENING OUT EVER
This was such a waste of an evening out. He started out by saying he didn't want to do the same material as his Netflix special and then went on to do no material at all. It appeared he hadn't prepared anything and spent his time on stage telling us how great he was. Mid show he even had them do a 'commercial' where he flogged his t shirts. Don't waste your money on seeing this guy. He thinks fame is enough and he is sadly mistaken
Pablo Remos from Los Angeles, California
Let me start by saying My family and I are Big fluffy fans. The show started @ 8:00 p.m. My girls could barely sit still in there seats. Out gomes a horrible comedian who hosted the show followed by 3 not so good comedians I didn't pay to see. Then comes the 20 minute intermission....LOL really! Ok so finally he comes out and it was ok spent more time talking about his problems. He went on to talk about his family, his recent breakup and how he's making a bunch of money with Netflix. Awesome! Happy for the guy but I thought I paid $200 p/ seat for him to make me laugh? Tries to end the show and the host tells him to keep going. Soooo! He started reciting some of his old jokes and the crowd repeats along with him. I couldn't be happier for him and all of his success but REALLY? I felt ripped off. It seams like he's expecting to be paid for very little effort or work. Even if he had spent more time on stage just talking to the audience WHO paid to see him would have been great . 2 hour show 20 minute intermission 3 unknown comedians you didn't pay to see and he comes out and cries about his life for 45 minutes. Sorry to write this kind of review Gabriel but I will stick to watching you on T.V.
Maria Gonzalez from Orlando, Florida
FIRST AND LAST
Very disappointing show, I went with all my family, we loved his shows on Netflix, so we want to experience a live show, what a surprise, no funny at all, it was vulgar at one point, when he pointed that the rest of the show was free because he has already fulfilled his obligations, that was a cue to leave, instead I made the mistake of staying. Fluffy show is not a family friendly any more. I’m so sorry that he have change, he was great, now he is just like every comedian.
Nicole from Detroit, Michigan
WATCH HIM ON TV
I was so excited for a night out to see one of my favorite comedians. I’m the kind of person that generally finds life pretty funny, so it doesnt take much to make me have fun at a comedy show. We got to Detroit early, had a great dinner, fun at one of the pubs...and should have ended the night there. Our tix said the show started at 7, so we headed to the theater at 6:30 where we found a huge line of freezing people standing outside. They wouldn’t open the doors until 7!! Would have been nice to know. Then, the opening acts were lackluster and hard to hear. Finally after a 20 min intermission between acts, I thought ok, now it’s gonna get good. But, I felt more like I was watching Dr. Phil (which might have been more fun) because it was a big sob fest about his marriage ending. Gabriel, I love your normal material, but maybe focus more on your dogs or the humor in your new bachelor life...or take a break. We left early after a fight broke out in the seats behind us!
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