Kenny Sebastian: The Most Interesting Person in the Room review What is the minimum requirement to be a human being?

3.5

Summary

Netflix’s Kenny Sebastian: The Most Interesting Person in the Room is a few good laughs and worth giving a punt on a Friday night.

Netflix special stand-up Kenny Sebastian: The Most Interesting Person in the Room was released on the platform on May 29, 2020.


There’s something about the way that Kenny comfortably heads over to his harmonium and just starts toying with it, waiting for the audience to react as he brings forth a cultured joke. The comedian is ultra-comfortable in making a stand-up slightly different to the norm; bringing instruments on the stage is nothing new at all — in fact, various comedians attempt to mix it up. Just last year, we had Adam Sandler rapping for a large portion of his stand-up. Kenny Sebastian: The Most Interesting Person in the Room is an enjoyable experience, especially when the comedian gets out the guitar and shows off his vocals.

But Kenny Sebastian: The Most Interesting Person in the Room is very much about rooting for the underdog — the comedian focuses a lot on meeting expectations in life and often failing. Comedians that bring forward the notion that not hitting benchmarks is human is the type of comedy I can get on board with. It’s relatable and Kenny Sebatasion is uniquely relatable.

Kenny Sebastian: The Most Interesting Person in the Room is my first experience with this stand-up and while from a comedic level, he does not tune into my sense of humor as much as I would like, it’s evident from the audience that he has a rapport with his supporters. You can tell when comedians have that success with their audience; the stage does not seem to be a nuisance to them — they glide around it like it is their home. Netflix’s Kenny Sebastian: The Most Interesting Person in the Room is a few good laughs and worth giving a punt on a Friday night.


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Daniel Hart

Daniel Hart is the Co-Founder of Ready Steady Cut and has operated as Editor-in-Chief since 2017.

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