The “celebrity reality show” is an interesting subgenre within reality television. It can show that the subjects are just like the average person. It can also show how they are not like the average person.
It was an interesting and quirky look at a man whose reputation (depending on the viewer) may only be known by his out-there stage antics and his claim about how many women he has taken to bed. His family-man aesthetic is a 180 that I don’t think that many people saw coming.
Do I recommend it? Yes.
P.S. His exploration of being Jewish and the son of a Holocaust survivor I find to be touching, human, and very refreshing.