Review by Jonathan Graham
Dayne has a cult status character on his hands here. I'm not sure how the general public will embrace, but he'll certainly have a large comedy following over the coming years.
Having seen him take out RAW Comedy and then perform last year as part of the Comedy Zone, his unique style hasn't been tweaked. But it hasn't needed to be. It really is an original character that allows him to get away with a lot of things. He seems to harmlessly push boundaries on topics that are normally taboo or generally not comic fodder. And he gets away with this because of the characters naivety and the willingness of everyone else playing along.
The "childrens" book at the end of his show has evolved even further and funnier. I cannot recommend a show highly enough.