It certainly feels like you’re at a bachelor(ette) party, and because of that, it’s extremely easy to settle into your role as a longtime friend of the bride or groom (and if you need a little help getting out of your shell, well, there’s plenty of free alcohol). With two completely separate limos, one for the groom’s bachelor party and one for the bride’s bachelorette, there are essentially two shows happening here at once, and if you’re anything like me, you’ll want to experience them both.
What I didn't like
The nature of the show means that there’s a real element of unpredictability to it all. The night we saw it, traffic along Hollywood Blvd. was terrible, which led to sudden stops, which led to more than a few spilled champagne glasses. It just added to the wild nature of the entire thing, but at the same time, I’m glad I wasn’t wearing my best pants. Also, I’d imagine a show this boozy, with sexual confessions and an actual stripper probably isn’t for everybody. But if you’re good with the content, you’re in for a fun time.
My overall impression
An absolute blast. Best Night Ever is an exhilarating, immersive blend of comedy, melodrama and anarchy that’ll have you in stitches and wanting to experience it again. The hijinks are something out of Bridesmaids or The Hangover, while the characters are surprisingly relatable. And as a part of the show, you just might be surprised at how big a part of the mischief you wind up playing…