See it if mix of little comedy and story telling of growing up with your father owning and running a strip club.
Don't see it if If you looking for a base comedy show.
See it if you enjoy a humorous biographical one-man Jewish stand-up routine, based on his life growing up as the son of a strip joint owner
Don't see it if you aren't interested in small venues, off-color Jewish humor, solo performances
"This chronological autobiography is interspersed with King’s stand-up routines at various venues on the 1980s New York circuit. King has clearly developed his set over the decades; these segments got the loudest guffaws of the night...Ultimately, the show's regressive gendered and racial views struck me as problematic, with several cringingly offensive moments. However what comes across throughout is King’s profound and sincere love for his father."