Nicole Byer: BBW Review: Bold, Brutal and White People

Nicole Byer: BBW (Big Beautiful Weirdo), a Netflix comedy special, is now streaming. In the one hour special, Nicole Byer takes the stage at New York’s Gramercy Theatre. She will be discussing everything – being a vegan, looking for love and how life’s been in the one and a half years during the pandemic.

The synopsis reads, “Karens gone wild. Cat funerals. Trying to hook up during lockdown. Nicole Byer gets delightfully down and dirty in her first Netflix comedy special.

Nicole Byer: BBW Review Contains No Spoilers

Big Beautiful Weirdo is Nicole Byer’s first hour-long comedy special that’s out on Netflix. The woman who made people laugh time and again is here to give one hour of entertainment. But is the special worth the hype? Does it generate a great laugh? Let’s find out.

From March 2020, the world was put on lockdown, and everything came to a halt. To protect themselves from the COVID-19 virus, everyone was compelled to stay inside the house. In  Nicole Byer: BBW, a Netflix comedy special, Byer laughs about how difficult it must have been for fathers. Trust me when she says it funnily makes sense. 

Following the killing of George Floyd by a cop last year, Black Lives Matter protests started in the United States in 2020.  Nicole jokes about White people texting her and stating, “If there’s anything you want to discuss, we’re here for you. The comedienne jokes how no white men she dated sent her such message. But that’s not the only white people jokes she makes.

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Nicole Byer is at her most direct, revealing how she “loves” dating white men and calling out Karens’ inappropriate behaviour. She didn’t miss an opportunity to fire rounds at a white woman crying on her birthday. Byer makes a joke about how much she relished the moment. At times, you wonder whether she ate ‘brutal’ for breakfast.

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Their one-hour special includes anecdotes from her life, particularly from the previous year. Expect a lot of sex and p*ssy jokes, as well as a lot of f*cks, in the Netflix special. Nicole also draws a parallel between the KKK and Harry Potter, and as a fan, I have to agree! The comedienne immediately wins you over with her boldness, fun, and flamboyant attitude.

Sometimes, her jokes land hard, and you just take a moment to laugh with your heart. But some jokes don’t generate laughter, despite her powerful impersonations and voice modulations. Despite her excellent impersonations, certain jokes didn’t make me laugh. But she carries her special forward well when that happens, making me smile again.

Netflix’s Nicole Byer: BBW Review: Final Thoughts

Overall, the Netflix special is a treat for Nicole’s fans. She’s gone bold, mean and dirty, unabashedly. Nicole radiates confidence and owns the stage like a true queen. Along with some good jokes, it’s her imitation that left a great impression on me.

Nicole Byer: BBW is now streaming on Netflix.

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Nicole Byer: BBW Review: The one hour Netflix comedy special has some bold and mean jokes that win you.

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