This article is from 2006.
A confident, able performer with no shortage of snappy observational goodies, Jeff Green’s charisma gives him latitude to get away with some valiantly attempted but stale variations on timeworn comedic humdrum. That so many acts still rely near-exclusively on division-of-the-sexes shtick is puzzling given how much else is so resolutely snafu with the world and therefore fair quarry. To his credit, Green’s likeable presence and smooth continuity ultimately leave a good taste in the mouth. (Sam Healy)
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