Pushing the boundaries and leaving awkward pauses too long (one in particular using the word 'fags' BECAME funny, but held the audience in the grip of terror for a moment), is a hallmark of this show. Reminds me a bit of George Carlin but less political, and with a "woman's floral power suit" as Mike described it, re-envisioning God's wardrobe. My favourite joke for its many layers of horror and awesome, was him speaking in a German accent, in his role as God, and speaking of ushering the Jews into the holy land. Blew my fucking mind! I think he knew how wrong it was and he even lost it a little bit on stage, shaking his head as if trying to shake off a bad sleep. It was no bad sleep Mike, or should I say God, but a comics mind pushing itself to the limit of what it can handle. THAT is what I want to see in a show. And I got it, and then some.
Here is a sample of what to expect. And make sure your children are in bed.