The comedian and party animal Bert Kreischer dropped a new Netflix show mid-October. Now this is not your regular comedy special – oh, no – it’s got axe throwing, coffee enemas, emu butchering, and no less than ten shots of Bert’s bare butt.
The premise is that Bert is burnt out – he lives a crazy lifestyle and can’t keep going at the speed he’s going. He promises his wife, LeeAnn, he’ll take a breather alone in a cabin to work on his mind, body, and soul. But of course, the cabin becomes a party with five mini-episodes each featuring a different group of celebrities doing different crazy but cathartic activities.
It’s goofy, it’s raunchy, but somehow so wholesome at the same time. Throughout the chaos, these friends are able to dig into some deep issues – discussing everything from relationships, to childhood traumas, to gender identity.
This show is good for so many belly laughs. If you want to work on your mind, body, and soul with Bert, grab a drink and enjoy this Cabin with Bert Kreischer drinking game!
The Cabin with Bert Kreischer Drinking Game Rules
Drink any time…
- Bert talks about the “mind,” “body,” or “soul
- You get mooned by Bert
- Bert makes someone uncomfortable with his naked body
- Bert cackles
- Someone gets real about their childhood
- Someone talks about how they got into the comic career
- Someone’s got a good one-liner insult
Who’s in The Cabin with Bert Kreischer?
The show started out with Tom Segura and Joey Diaz. They really seemed like a trio of old pals, smoking a fat weed cigar by the fire waiting for their hand-butchered emu to finish roasting on the spit. You know, regular stuff.
The second episode featured Nikki Glaser and Caitlyn Jenner, two strangers who became quick friends through hijinks and some meaningful conversation.
Our screens were graced by the unlikely combo of Bobby Lee and Donnell Rawlings for the third episode. Donnell clearly had no idea what he was signing up for with these two.
The fourth episode included Ms. Pat, Kaley Cuoco, and Joel McHale (with a video appearance by Gabriel Iglesias). A bit of tension with this grouping but of course it didn’t come without some knee-slapping laugh-out-loud moments.
The fifth and final episode featured Anthony Anderson, Dean Cole, and Jay Oakerson. Bert had some painful stuff in store for them but they took it like champs and had us laughing the whole time.
Is The Cabin with Bert Kreischer scripted?
This show is just a bunch of comedians letting loose and having some fun. Some of the phone calls may have been a bit scripted, and some jokes planned in advance (Bert always seemed to be naked and in a compromising position when someone showed up 😂), but for the most part this show seems to be unscripted improv as the guests rolled with the punches and reacted to the hilarious activities planned for them.
Thoughts on the Show
The Cabin with Bert Kreischer is one of the funniest shows we’ve seen in a while and features some truly great comedians. It’s like a ton of little comedy specials rolled into one. There is zero chance you can get through any episode without laughing out loud. Whether you’re watching it alone or with friends, with or without the drinking game, we’re sure you’ll enjoy it!