Maisie Adam is Buzzed about a lot of things, and it is a nice change of pace to hear how things are going well for a comedian.
Incredibly upbeat, energetic and witty
Incredibly upbeat, energetic and witty, we are taken through the ridiculousness of the surname ‘Dobbadam’, equality in women’s soccer, and trolling in a remarkably passionate show where Adam presents and talks about incredibly niche topics, managing to make everyone care about them as much as she does. She doesn’t dwell on the pandemic or negatives too much. In fact, this show is incredibly bright and cheery, much like Adam herself, who is the complete opposite of her perception of the British spirit.
Adam talks about important issues like misogynistic wedding traditions, the thoughtlessness of giving houseplants as gifts, and future Zoom etiquette; basically everything the typical millennial or Gen Z should care about. She is refreshingly confident with a high sense of self-worth (and actual worth) which she occasionally hides behind cavalier and self-deprecating comments.
Adam voices important ideas that, if everyone heard, society would be much better off. A comedienne (a word she hates with a passion) for all ages, Adam in Buzzed definitely gives us a much needed break and restart from the monotony of COVID conversations.