Demetri still has it after a long hiatus from standup work. Just like "Demetri Martin. Person." the hour is loaded with drawings, jokes (duh), and some music. While most comedians point out the hilarity in mundane situations, Demetri often creates an entirely unique situation and paints a vivid image as the means to deliver his jokes. Most of them are one or two liners, so you really get your money's worth in terms of the viewing time. Plus, it makes for more situations in real life where you find yourself staring at a customs form, a wet floor sign, or a cigarette and chuckling to yourself from Demetri's take on these things. Not sure what the other review is saying about being mean or belittling. Demetri isn't Daniel Tosh or Louis CK (equally great in their own right, but admittedly edgier). Nay, I could (and will) show this to my grandparents.