Chris Rock hasn't toured his stand-up in almost a decade. During that time he's had some professional highs (directing and starring in his own film, 2014's Top Five; hosting the Academy Awards for the second time in 2016, the year of #OscarSoWhite; and signing a $40 million deal with Netflix), and personal lows (divorce). Rock has been on the road for much of the year for his new Total Blackout tour, an appropriate name considering the world has gotten considerably worse since his last comedy special, 2008's Kill the Messenger on HBO, where he riffed on racism, the rising cost of gas and mortgages and the presidential election, and called George W. Bush the worst president ever. "George Bush has fucked up so bad he's made it hard for a white man to run for president," Rock joked. Boy, was he wrong.