The Tony Rock Project

TV review by Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Sketchy comedy makes fun of social stereotypes.

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Hot Garbage

"The Tony Rock Project" should be call "The Homie the Clown Project". Too focused on Black and white jokes that aren't funny. Tony...go get some talent before you get put on TV you bum. I turned the channel after the 8th time you said, "Do you think Black...". Tony You're Garbage brother!!!!!! Take that shit you're selling and bury it ten feet deep so we don't have to smell it. This is Countmonay...a black man that funnier than Tony Rock signing off.

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