In the trailer, Buteau tells the crowd that she discovered late in life that she’s the “achievable Beyoncé for government workers. “Like, I’ll be making breakfast, and I swear to God, I feel like he just hears DMX: ‘HOW YOU WANT YOUR EGGS!?’”

Wanda Sykes is credited as an executive producer on Buteau’s special, which was directed by Page Hurwitz, who produced Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready. Comedian Michelle Buteau has a new Netflix gig — a stand-up special, titled Welcome to Buteaupedia — and the streaming network dropped the first trailer today. Her refreshingly honest approach reminds us to appreciate government workers named Otis and, most important, that character counts. Welcome to Buteaupedia debuts on Netflix in two weeks on Tuesday, September 29. I don’t know about you, but I can make a government worker work a holiday. Taped at New York City’s Sony Hall in early March, back when you could still do that sort of thing, Welcome to Buteaupedia marks the comedian’s hour-long stand-up-special debut and features Buteau performing “a dynamic hour of comedy that delves into parenthood, cultural differences, and the overlooked value of short men. “My husband’s very sweet. You know, I’m from Jersey, and he thinks I sound aggressive all the time,” she says. That’s power, bitch!” Later in the trailer, Buteau compares herself to another music legend. Related

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