London’s review published on Letterboxd:
My WHITENESS will show here, but I fucking love Improv. Anything to do with Improv, music, comedy, monologues; I eat that shit up. So I was expecting to live this, and I sure as hell did.
Each performance just got better. The first I thought was pretty ingenious, so looking back on it as being the weakest of the three is CRAZY to me. But these two comedians are at the very top of their game and it's incredible to watch.
The only thing that really stops me from giving it a 10 is I don't know how strong it would be on rewatches, but if it's as good as it was this time then it's getting bumped up in the future. Time will tell. This is one of the funniest things I have seen in the past few years.