Keith is a great storyteller – he has a fun and honest demeanor and chooses some great ways to describe the predicaments he finds himself in. The stories are hilarious, candid, and sometimes touching. The slides and musical accompaniment added a lot as well.
What I didn't like
This was exactly what I wanted from Keith. I think the only critique I feel like I can give is that I wish the stories were a little more tied together (aside from the whole Florida thing).
And more Fernando. He seems like a goshdang trip of a man.
My overall impression
Florida has a… shall we say, “reputation.” Keith is here to lean into that reputation with some formative stories of his time growing up in Miami and it’s every bit as hilarious as you would want Floridian tales to be.