Wale’s escapee bounds on to the small stage of The Stand and cuts straight to it. Williams is friendly and forward with the audience. The crowd is instantly won over due to his constant flattery towards Scotland and emphasises with the audience. He engages the crowd as if he was nothing more than one of your friends sharing a ridiculously funny story about his day with you. He comes across so genuine and appears to be having such good fun that the crowd pretty much let him get away with anything. He was somewhat more offensive than I had expected but his ludicrously high likeability factor cushions him nicely. He handles his offensive material with a certain innocence in a way that his crudeness is mostly played on euphemisms. Majority of his material was simple observations that had us all in stitches and the rest of the time he just played on the audience. Although, he did seem to go off on tangents at times which resulted in his show being a little jumbled but funny nevertheless. His tendency to get himself a little distracted seemed due to his enjoyment and excitement more than anything else and his enthusiastic characteristics is what really made his show so entertaining for the audience.