I watched this after watching Kevin Hart's biography and was left wanting. I definitely feel Jerrod's transparency and how he discussed issues that are so taboo in the black community. He tackles the misogyny embedded in our spiritual institutions, how black women psyches are constantly bombarded with the idea men are allowed freedoms they aren't and they're suffering is somehow our responsibility despite their own struggles. His interactions with his father were especially poignant. I love how he listened to his family and you could tell it wasn't his first time attempting to get them in touch with themselves. Something a lot of us in black families could use to heal. I loved it!