Kids nowadays are not just use to questioning their parents authority, they are also used to talking back to their elders. Truth is, I think children should be exposed to comedy shows that talk about family values. They should be aware of how it used to be when their parents were little kids. This will give them an idea about the values their parents have come to know and live by, and perhaps have a better understanding of their parents.
Most Stand Up comedy shows sell not just because they make people laugh, most often than not, there is an element of truth in the jokes. In fact, I believe the jokes are bought because people can relate to the comedian’s experiences.
Stand Up For Family , sponsored by AmFam, cracks me up because it reminds me of my own childhood experiences. Respect played a vital role when we were growing up. Unlike most kids these days, my siblings and I are not use to questioning my parents’ decisions. We try to appeal a case or two, but a lot of times, we know a No means a NO. And that there is a good reason behind that decision. Stand Up for Family is sponsored by American Family Insurance. The show is family oriented, rich in value and full of inspiration. It features some of today's talented comedians.