Bo Burnham - Can't Handle This (Kanye Rant) - MAKE HAPPY Netflix [HD]

Bo Burnham - Can't Handle This (Kanye Rant) - MAKE HAPPY Netflix [HD]


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Are U Super Cereal
This dude is seriously a legend. Not only do the viewers get a stand up comedy show like no other, but we also get a straight up full blown concert with amazing lighting and camera work. Well done sir, without a doubt still one of my all time favorite comics/performers! <3
JaackMaate
This is the most intricate piece of both comedy and self-awareness I have ever seen.
The Martoon
Love this so much,everything about it is perfect.
LeeTheNPC
Truly art.
vlogbrothers
This is the best work of art made about Internet celebrity I've ever come across. So incredibly hard to be this clear-thinking about the many-tentacled beast of fame. -John
LeeTheNPC
*M A S T E R P I E C E*
Mar
I'm crying about a song that's autotuned and 80% about pringle cans and burritos.
Victoria M
Two years of this, the best "comedy" song I've ever heard in my life. Thanks for existing, Bo.
Ricardo Esteves
How can something be so funny and so sad at the same time? I still get the chills and feel bad for Bo everytime I hear this song.
cruhg
This might be the stairway to heaven of comedy
Ashton Richardson
This is the only time I accept auto tune.
Everything Now
Ok so the burrito metaphors are he got to much pressure and the pringle can metaphors is the happieness hes not getting
Christine Cox
The way he says “I hope you’re happy” breaks my heart tbh
Josiah Krafft
He’s what you could call a hero he sacrificed everything inside him so he could help you
The Richest Bum
*GRRRRRRE*
shaun03a
easily one of the greatest uses of autotune in recent times.
Persian Mapper
That was #Deep
Amelia Greveson
I need this on Spotify
Mr Jones
"Thank you, goodnight, I hope you're happy" is such a brutal line. On one hand it's him saying I hope they're happy because he isn't anymore, but on top of that, the phrase "I hope you're happy" is used to tell someone what they did wrong. It's like "I hope you're happy, you did this to me." His massive audience is the reason he isn't happy.
Daniel Kaiselgruber
"Thank you, I hope you're happy" *drops mic* I CANT STOP CRYING RIGHT NOW BRO
Jenny T20
"Look at them, they're just staring at me, like come and watch the skinny kid with a steadily declining mental health and laugh as he attempts to give you what he cannot give himself." "They don't need to know half of this." "I should just shut up and do my job so here I go... I wouldn't have got the lettuce if I knew it wouldn't fit-" "You can tell them anything if you make it funny, make it rhyme. And if they still don't understand, you run it one more time."
Side Salt
amy schumers got nothing on this
Cassie Barns
Bo just turns my "laugh to cry dial" way too quickly, it's amazing.
reaper music
Beyond the incredible song, can we give a second of attention to the incredible lighting
Moozy
This is majestic.
GD Danny
It's weird to think after this he cried. On the h3h3 podcast he said after the first make happy show he cried backstage because of how nervous he was.
DMassaIII
I think I've seen this about 75 times in the past five days. I couldn't tell you how many hours of my week have had Bo either right in front of me or in my background. I am in awe of his genius. His performance art is enviably high-level. Stand-up is only a part of the repertoire as he delivers messages and conveys/demands emotions of us.I could go on about the good (and probably will, somewhere on Reddit), but I am writing here today to publicly hope that he's doing okay.I don't know him. I can only put together pieces of a grand puzzle. His early stuff, his content, his comedy, his apparent childhood and social woes, his objectivity of his fame and success…I can only guess at the voids in the puzzle and supplement them with my own experiences and trials, like many of us do. The rest is glued together by our left brain, who occasionally confers with the right side for research purposes. (I try to figure it out logically and feel out the rest) So the picture I have in my head is really my POV of HIS masterpiece. It draws attention to the dark in a way that allows us to overtake it (even if we need more darkness to do it - like dangerously fighting fire with fire). It is a positive message that comes from, what I deduce, is a negative place.Your impact was like a meteor hitting Earth. It landed on villains, and we can only hope that in the vacuum created, we embrace a better day/a better tomorrow, instead of new and different creatures of evil. Thank you for your contribution.You deserve peace. You've done good, and you've done it well. Blessings upon you, Bo Burnham.Edit: I decided to switch to PC to type this out but fat-fingered POST instead of CANCEL on my phone after five words. MY BAD!
Paige Wendt
Trying the watch this and not cry is an extreme sport
Kayla W.
There's something heartbreaking and deep (and, at times, fearful) about the lyrics. I also read about the metaphorical meaning behind the Pringle can and the burrito in the comments. The whole song is actually quite sobering. I hope Bo's doing better nowadays. Also, I love the instrumental aspect of this song; kinda haunting. And is it strange that the autotune actually adds to the depth of this song?
The Dub Rebellion
bo is a fucking legend. LOVE THIS
Sofia Aviles
“Come and watch the skinny kid with a steadily declining mental health and laugh as he attempts to give you what he can not give himself.” Nobody in the audience was ready for that.
my dearest
I remember the first time I watched this. I laughed like a maniac and then bawled my eyes out when he mentioned his declining mental health. Tears running down my face that turned into laughter when he went back to talking about his thicc burrito, and to tears yet again because of that final "I hope you're happy". Keep coping, Bo. Your comedy keeps a lot of us alive. Including yourself.
Zenthral
Light years ahead of Kanye.
Captain Nwalps
“I should just shut up and do my job.” Then the audience claps, I think they missed the message
Nathan B
But I'll blow my dad before I eat a burrito with a fork
Keem Man
I think Kanye's problems aren't as high compared to bo's
David Luna
"Thank you, good night. I hope your happy" Freaking legend
XXXEmpoleon
2 *radiuses* Triggered
Buldock's Channel
I think the burrito is a metaphor for himsef He's carrying too much emotion that it is spilling and collapsing so he has to remove some of his human nature just to stay sane
angrypicnic
Can't stop watching this. So good Bo!! 😂😂
The_Nerd
I think that at least 70% of his problems are that some things won't fit inside of other things.
Jonah Miller
I'm a 35 year old white male with three kids, a wife, a successful career in IT. I put on a fake face of happiness for those who know me. I'm not famous and have want or need to be famous. Bo found fame almost accidentally. He is so incredibly talented, highly intelligent and obviously tortured. I don't have answers for anyone that is unhappy or in pain. I just keep pushing through my life and do my best not to think of the suffering on this planet, the meaninglessness of it all, and how nothing in this universe cares about you. I just keep pushing through and past the dark thoughts. Intensely dark thoughts that crowd out any happiness I can try and muster up. The truth abou this shitty little planet is that we only have each other. Spend time with good friends and people that love and care about you. Watch out for your friends and loved ones and hope they watch your back too. People can make lies about things up above or down below to comfort themselves and motivate themselves but those that see through that personal world building know that we only have this life to live and when we are gone, we are gone forever. So here, now, take care of each other and maybe, just maybe we can find some semblance of happiness, together.
Capt Shenanigans
No Bo, I hope YOU are happy
lauren schaefer
"i hope you're happy" makes my heart break every time
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Bo had the power to make you laugh and cry in the same 3 minutes.
Kyle From The Wood
It got too real, so like us all, he pulled back and acted silly again. We all just play it off and get scared when we actually touch our own sadness.
Scarlett Is online
I’m crying after realising what this song could actually be about
Max
Bo is so funny but he worries me, I hope he's doing better than he was when he wrote this, after making eighth grade and everything maybe
Nicholas Carter
Bo Burnham is this generation's Lenny Bruce or Bill Hicks. The comedian who manages to make you laugh while not feeling like a comedian at all. He feels like someone who knows the state of the world and how to perfectly articulate how we feel about it. He feels like your friend who you have long deep conversations with late at night making revelation after revelation about life. He feels like an old soul who has already experienced it all and knows that making someone laugh, even if for just a second, is a beautiful and helpful moment. He feels like an observationalist of the highest caliber. His sentiments cut deep and illicit an emotional response not often felt while watching a stand up comedian. He feels like the every-man because he is. By his own admission he just got lucky. There isn't anything special about him. He just happens to speak his mind in such a way that people want to listen to it. They believe him. They see the realness in him. They see that he truly feels and cares. They see his fear, his self-loathing, his appreciation for coming together and sharing a moment where we can all get along and laugh at the world, laugh at ourselves and laugh at each other for our differences and for our similarities. Bo posits the meaning of happiness in only a way Bo can. His new special, Make Happy, is filled with throwaway gags and quick cuts of music. Bo understands the ever declining attention span of the populace. He knows how to catch our attention and knows he can only keep it for a short amount of time before he must switch topics or segue into another funny song. Only Bo's songs aren't just funny. They drip with sarcasm and irony and strike close to home in their feelings of inadequacy. Bo isn't just a comedian or an entertainer he is a voice of people. There is something within him that connects with us. It's very easy to feel the emotion running through him every second he is on stage. There is no sense of falseness. Bo lays his own inner conflict bare for the audience and peppers it throughout his show and lays it on thick to great effect in the closing moments. He makes us feel happy that he has achieved this platform. His struggle for happiness is just like our own. He searches for happiness not knowing how to obtain it and worse yet would he truly know it if he had it? For me, this is a fear I feel on a deep level and I suspect many others do as well. Bo has a way about him that is hard to explain. He's odd, depressing, riotously funny, and full of heart and soul. He is a bit of a paradox the same way those two great comedians I listed above were. They achieved a status of something greater than just a comedian. They were observationalists. It was easy to see they weren't perfect people. They had problems. They didn't like the status quo and were uncomfortable conforming to it. They didn't know any other way to deal with it than to just talk about it. To make fun of it. To make fun of their selves and hope someone would listen and empathize. Bo's words ring true and while they are often funny they are always piercing. Bo Burnham isn't just a comedian. He is something more. He is catharsis and he is very much appreciated.
LordDraconical
I dont think that I can handle this right now
Alberto Galván
I can't be the only one who listens to this from time to time just to see again how amazing it is.
Dr. Doofenward
2 years tomorrow
MattJoshTV
this guy is a genius
Jim
I never thought I would cry over a burrito metaphor
CODyssey
Loved the camerawork and lighting in this special. Exceptional
Josh Korte
The Pringle can part is a metaphor for society’s strict standards for people and that the majority of us don’t fit into. And the Chipotle part is a metaphor for not knowing the effects of what you choose until after you see the consequences.
browbeater824
Just... Make em wider!
joshua Vincent
I wouldn'tve got the lettuce if I knew it wouldn't fit. I wouldn'tve got the cheese if I knew it wouldn't fit. I wouldn'tve got the peppers if I knew it wouldn't fit. I wouldn'tve got half of it like...
spiffy condor
Rare footage of god.... 6:30
Quatorious
I'm not gonna lie and say I've knew about Bo for years but, I watched all of his videos over a couple of days and became a big fan of his work and at first I saw him as just a funny guy who makes great music but then, I realized through this song, left brain right brain and others, this guy is very deep in thought about what he's become and what to do with it, I can tell he's sad at himself and doesn't want to let us down but tbh if he needs to let us down to be happy I say he needs to do it, it's just a matter of thought about Bo's health or our pleasure
Urooj H
I wAsNT EXPECTING A HIT WITH THE FEELS IN A RANT ABOUT CANS AND BURRITOS
Saiida Webb
Poor guy is pouring his heart and soul out and people are just laughing and saying how funny he is
The Poncho Pilgrim
I hate the overwhelming feeling you get when you comment on a Bo Burnham song because you know you'll never be able to adequately express how you feel, whilst communicating to bo, who will never read it, that you understand what he's doing, what he's saying, and that you appreciate his message. The desire to delete the comment you type out is overwhelming. art is dead. i love the idea of you. Im excited for Eighth Grade.
~CamIsSuper~
And I STILL can't fit my hand inside a Pringles can! ;-; One Like = One Daughter That Can Fit Her Hands Inside Of A Pringles Can
dillabean
Can't imagine his parents hearing him perform this for the first time.
disaster party
I wonder if there was anyone in crowd who was crying. Cuz I'm crying. This is a beautiful, sad moment in his life I think.
DemonsCole24
“Insert sad quote from video here” So Sad!!!😭😭😭😭🤯😳😞😉😩😞
kujmous
This still breaks me.
sblack812
I dont even know what made me click this , I dont know him or have ever heard about this guy. That said this is pretty dang interesting 🤦🏿‍♂️
The_Nerd
Somebody get this man a larger pringle can!
Paul Marchano
I know he don't want me to cry, but I do.
Jenny T20
In an interview at Vidcon this year, Bo said that his movie, Eight Grade, is trying to show a more straightforward and humane interpretation of how this modern generation is with social media, while his comedic material was more satirical. He discusses how the internet has different sides to it, and how, yes, it can ruin how people interact, but it also is a great thing that brings people together and inspires people. He said that in his stand up comedy, he had to focus on the bad and make fun of it because that's what people laugh at. "I couldn't just go up there and say 'I feel two things at once, bye!'." Make Happy was his last stand up comedy special, with (as many of you know) this song being the last. This song highlights him feeling different things about his world, not just how social media works, but on him and his relationship with his audience. With social media, people are basically surrounded by an audience all the time- their lives, or what they show of their lives, are being projected to so many people (especially on YouTube). And that has it's positives and negatives (which were also discussed in the interview- social media has made people judge themselves and others based off numbers, but it also gives us better ways to be inspired and connect to people like them), and in most of Bo's specials, he focused more on the negatives. But with Make Happy, and especially this song, he decided to kind of express himself more honestly. "I wanna please you, but I wanna stay true to myself. I want to give you the night out that you deserve, but I wanna say what I think and not care what you think about it. A part of me loves you, a part of me hates you, a part of me needs you, a part of me fears you." He's contradicting himself, he's thinking two things at the same time, and it's too chaotic for him. This is also kind of hinted upon in Left-Right Brain- he's fighting himself. This is focused more on his loyalty to himself and to his audience. Now, with Eighth Grade, Bo has expressed both sides of the spectrum, while showing how it can affect people who have grown up with social media, and are going through a strange stage in their lives at the same time. In the interview, Bo explained how Eighth Grade was more straightforward and showed how all of this chaos makes kids feel, and how kids (and people in general, really) can deal with it, and derive some sort of happiness while they're at it, even if there's sadness and negatives along the way. It was kind of like appreciating that everybody can come together to live through this chaos of the entire world changing, and there can be so many things you can be proud of doing, and not regret. This song helped pave the path of this movie coming out, kind of as a sign for hope that Bo wants to give his audience, just in case we were stuck in the satire and hate, just as he might've been once.
Pastel Nikki
W-WHAT?! IM NOT CRYING...Something just got in my eye....
keithPlayzStuff
Just realized he said irony can be so painful, then uses irony in the serious section.
Nichole Lyn N.
ARGH I AM CRYING someone please give him a hug and just listen to him and make him laugh for once
Batman
Love the Runaway outro strings that come in midway through
Seth Kelley
I remember seeing this live and this song gave me goosebumps this shit was next level
Porçay
The most thrilling thing about this is when you watch it again and again you're seeing the finale part is slowly building up through the whole thing. And then you remember how chords and words he planted in there are gonna end up at the end. Sends a chill down your spine.
Near Sky
This is a masterpiece of a performance, absolutely incredible.
Amber Dreyer
Literally grew up watching this guy... Thought a comedian my age was absolutely amazing... Hands down best performance that hits all the feels. 😭 So proud that he made a movie and I cannot wait to pay money to watch it!
Doug Lee
Truly this guy is so talented, since his start he has been a genius. Will go down as one of the greatest of all time.
Emily Hughes
if you’ve seen the whole show of “make happy”, you’ll hear bo saying ‘sorry’ after some of his jokes or songs. he shouldn’t have to apologize for doing his job, or saying what he wants to say. it just makes me sad that people get so offended at the smallest things, they literally force him to apologize at what makes him happy
PridefulSoul
I love his last line. "I hope you're happy." It's almost like there's an implied "because I'm not" that goes subconsciously after it. Great commentary on the nature of creator v. audience.
reverendbug
I hope you're happy, Bo. Your comedy and insight are making me evaluate my own life to find my happiness. Still having trouble. Been rewatching all your specials lately and I forgot how hard this one hits. We miss you. I miss you. Please be happy. ❤❤❤❤
MrBlueD3V1L
This makes me really emotional and obviously I wouldn’t understand what he’s going through but I’m just generally unhappy and for some reason this song about some random comedian feels very close to home for somebody nowhere near being in his shoes
Pebblepelt
This is actually pretty deep tho
Hallie Galloway
Elsie Fisher can fit her hands in a pringle can..! He got what he wanted! He’s basically her dad now.
Rubber Spook
When one of an artist's saddest songs is autotuned and 65% about Pringles and Chipotle.
Cam Crosland
*subtitles*
Hitey Whart
I want him to make another show so much, but I honestly don't think it's possible to follow this incredible performance
killacam1480
No is an absolute genius. No one ever has or will put on a show like this one!!! Truly one of the greats
Emily Hughes
why am i crying in the club rn
Sammy Hassini
The camera work man,respect
Vanessa May
This is my favorite thing ever
Rex8681
I really just realized that the majority of the instrumental is sampled from Runaway
Mellow Dramamine
I hope you're happy, dude.
Golden Panther
“I hope you’re happy”
ss2 gohan
Did anybody else know about the movie bo directed it is called eighth grade
Thomas M Charles
Is it weird I got emotional watching this?
Jes
God... am I the only one who can hear him choking up?