Chonda Pierce: Stand-Up for Families – Episode 2

Theatrical Release: May 3, 2016
Chonda Pierce: Stand-Up for Families – Episode 2


Exclusively on Dove Channel – Christian comedian Chonda Pierce, known as the Queen of Clean, brings together her favorite comic friends for a hilarious evening of clean, comedy fun aimed at families of all ages. Chonda’s guest comedians include Bone Hampton, Sandi Joy, Cleto Rodriguez and Nazareth.

Dove Review

“Chonda Pierce: Stand-Up for Families – Episode 2” is even funnier than the first episode. The “stand-up” comedy is family-friendly and hilarious — and no wonder! It features comedians Michael Jr., Kay Dodd, P.J. Walsh, Joby Saad, Michael Joiner, and Rik Roberts. Hosted by Chonda Pierce, who shares a few “funnies” herself, this delightful platform of wholesome comedians deals with family life in a decidedly humorous fashion. You are guaranteed to have your funny bone tickled.

Some of the jokes involve Chonda’s 26-year-old son moving back home, Michael Jr.’s toddler’s bed coming with a 20-year warranty, Kay Dodd’s name being written in marker on a church white board, P. J. Walsh’s childhood with three sisters and how he used the tree outside for his bathroom, Joby Saad getting the audience to participate in a joke about video games, Michael Joiner’s phone message (“Hi, this is Mike, I have caller I.D. Bye!”), and Rik Roberts’ Barney Fife impression.

You will have to watch the episode to get all the jokes, but if you are ready to laugh, this episode is for you. We are pleased to award it our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: None
Sex: None
Language: Butt-2; H (as a biblical place)-1
Violence: None
Drugs: A woman jokes about thinking she's at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting and then says she is a former alcoholic; a "juicing" joke.
Nudity: None
Other: Man with tattoos; jokes about marriage and kids.


Company: Cinedigm
Director: Stephen Yake
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 74 min.
Starring: Michael Jr., Kay Dodd, P.J. Walsh, Joby Saad, Michael Joiner and Rik Roberts
Reviewer: Edwin L Carpenter