Review: Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias, “One Show Fits All,” on Netflix

If we didn’t know any better, we’d think Fluffy was trying to say goodbye.

Because his second Netflix special, One Show Fits All, serves as a bookend to his 20-year career in stand-up comedy. It starts off with one hell of a bang – audience chanting along to a countdown clock, Gabriel Iglesias bounding onstage to the sounds of “Macho Man” in his unofficial uniform of Hawaiian shirt and shorts, to a Houston arena filled with fans holding up their phones as cameras and lights. And it closes with Iglesias pointing out his first two fans who saw him in 1998, sitting in the audience in 2018, followed by a series of old bits with his fans reciting parts of the jokes in unison.

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Sean L. McCarthy

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