On his surprise hit comedy album, the Georgia comic treads the familiar terrain of single life, first apartments, and differences between the sexes. Almost always amusing, he hits his stride with the title segment, veering between the zany and the all- too-true. B-
Posted October 21 1994 — 12:00 AM EDT
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