Described by Jim Jefferies as “[email protected]#!%ing Hilarious” and by Bill Burr as “One of my favorites to watch,” this former marine biologist-turned-comedian is an expert at pointing out the shortcomings of our species. Forrest intimately delivers his sharp critique of mankind as he and his hometown of Miami brave the hurricane happening outside. Another one of Forrest’s Poor Decisions.
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