A Netflix Comedy Special: Comedian and actor Chris D’Elia (“Undateable” and “Whitney”), known for his dynamic physical comedy, explains why the NFL would be way more entertaining if it were real lions, bears and Vikings battling each other, that babies are the worst prize ever, and that you should never ask a Cuban directions unless you’re ready for the best time of your life.
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