"Andre is known for his ample blue material, but with the comedian now 37 years old, some of his musings border on juvenile, if not admonishable at times," says Preezy Brown. "In Legalize Everything, jokes about flatulence, which he incorporates incessantly, come across as amateurish. And in the age of the #MeToo movement, alluding in lighthearted fashion to transgressions committed by comedians Bill Cosby and Louis CK may not garner the most favorable reaction. However, these lowlights are few, as Andre keeps the audience on their toes with his ability to traverse from one topic to another. This allows him to go from viewing porn through a feminist lens ('I watch reverse-role bukakke, where six to ten women squirt on an Asian businessman’s face. I’m the most progressive motherf*cker on Pornhub, capisce?') to unpacking the irony of reggae being used as the theme song to a television show in which Black people are brutalized and detained." Brown adds: "Andre gives the people exactly what they want—nonsensical, slapstick humor that comes with a dash of thought-provoking analysis on the construct of America and its moving parts. Every bit, joke, or gag isn’t a home run on its own, but Legalize Everything is a praiseworthy effort that finds Andre holding court with the guile of a seasoned jester."