Aziz Ansari: Right Now | Official Teaser | Netflix

A first look at Aziz Ansari’s new comedy special directed by Spike
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Aziz Ansari: Right Now | Official Teaser | Netflix

In a comedy special directed by Spike Jonze, Aziz Ansari shares deep personal insights and hilarious takes on wokeness, family and the social climate.

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  1. P Dev
    P Dev says:

    just watched the show in netflix. outstanding. made me cry at some moments… yes crying in a stand up comedy. But i was smiling n laughing rest of the time

  2. J Grant
    J Grant says:

    I've never been a big fan of his Aziz's standup because of his pitchy voice, spoke too fast and felt like he had a lot of disdain for women. I felt his voice was even more annoying when he did voiceovers for cartoons. He just gave me the creeps. He was so-so on Parks. I've never seen Master of None. I thought oh well, check the guy out in this special. His humor on this special reminded me of George Carlin and Dave Chappelle. His voice wasn't so grating, timing was on point, he was engaged with his audience and they engaged with him. His commentary on racism, social media, the internet and how we are so quick to judge one another was so on point. But by the end of the special, I began to weep because he also commented on things that truly mattered. He made me think of the relationships I had with parents and grands. Both sets of grands and both parents are dead. I miss them so much and I am so grateful for their love and for the memories. I feel a loss because my only child (adult) and I live in the same town and we are so disconnected. When his dad and I are out to dinner with him, my son is on the phone. He's part of the social media culture too. Not so much into who's fucking who or who is beefing with who. He is not so hung up on how many likes he gets but is woke to the fact that the largest number of likes get you accepted. That is such a sad way to live. I know this that social media puts us in a dark place. And I am so glad that I stopped using FB to connect. It is a time killer to me. It was a major distraction. Even YT can be a distraction at times. Back in the day, I loved to write letters and get them in return. Now we write in sound bytes or text. Count yourself lucky if you get a birthday card or a kind letter in the mail. Sending a card over sending a text to thank someone has a greater meaning because Its tangible. Aziz spoke so much truth. I enjoyed his special and look forward to seeing more things coming from him. Young people, try to detach from technology once in a while and talk to one another; try to make the world a better place; embrace change and our differences and appreciate your parents and grands while you have them. Namaste.

  3. Daniel Drader
    Daniel Drader says:

    People should watch this – not just because he's one of the funniest comedians working, but because he will give you a HUGE first step in not taking your family for granted – in fact WATCH the special with as much of your family together as possible.

  4. piedpeter1
    piedpeter1 says:

    SUCKS! he picked on some dude in audience and belittled him, then he gones on with some controlling bullshit being all serious and quiet talking about his grandmothers DEMENTIA and then making everyone feel scared that as he says " it (is coming for all of us" which is is complete bullshit, DEMENTIA is not a normal part of aging just like a brain tumor isn't either. i saw the audiences faces as they were hooked and stressed being sucked into his incorrect statements and told to appreciate your partner because its coming (dementia). just controlling bullshit playing with peoples emotions. overall this dude is attempting to control your outlook on life with who knows how much incorrect info, comedy or not.

  5. DeaconLive Podcast Video
    DeaconLive Podcast Video says:

    I didn't know who he was… I was on David Lettermen the night he was there. No clue what he did. Didn't get it . After the news stories, I said .. hey that's the guy from DL. I watched this special… got chills and tears. NEW RESPECT for him !!! THanks Aziz!!

  6. Knero
    Knero says:

    The ending to this special is beautiful. Never have I watched a stand up special that made me contemplate Love, Life and Love so strongly. Thank you.


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