Anyone who knows me, knows I love to laugh. If it’s one thing that I enjoy, it’s a good laugh. I’m not big into movies or TV, but I do have my shows here and there that I watch like Rick & Morty (I have a mere obsession with this show), South Park, Family Guy, and I think you may have an idea of my taste in TV. It has to be FUNNY. Dysfunctional is a plus.
I came across Dry Bar Comedy‘s channel completely by accident. I don’t know what I was searching for, but I somehow landed on this video and I’m glad I did. I was in my chair for the next 47 minutes cracking up.
I came up in the 90s where comedy was life. It seemed as if stand-up comedy wasn’t that big when I was a teenager, and was rarely talked about in my early adulthood. But the culture is gradually shifting and I’m starting to see shows like All That being revamped. 90s babies (such as myself) couldn’t wait for the weekend to come to watch SNICK for shows like All That, Kenan & Kel, The Amanda Show, Taina, and The Nick Cannon Show, just to name a few. What did all these shows have in common besides being on Nickelodeon, they all made you LAUGH to some degree. Believe it or not, comedy is what helped improve the 90s culture. 90s babies (the early ones at least) are all about music, comedy, dancing, concerts, and enjoying life.