I've been a big fan of Frankie's comedy for a while before this, and to be honest, I really didn't know what to make of this upon first viewing.
First of all, it must be stated that not a single fan of Frankie's controversial and relentlessly shocking comedic style can be disappointed by the stand up routines. That is undeniable. However, the problem I found was the sketches. There really are some genuinely hilarious ones, like the twisted "Magic Wee-Hing" skit and a brilliant one mocking soap operas and TV censorship in the first episode. However, the vast majority are of poor quality. It could well be because of their boderline infantile fascination with sex, but I don't think that would be a problem if a little more variety was exemplified. Of course, none of them aren't inkeeping with what you'd expect from Frankie, yet still most lack a certain quality, possibly the energy if not inventiveness, that it severely requires.
Of course, it can't be too heavily chastised; the man himself informed an interviewer that he was very happy with it, stating that it was intended to be total nihlism. No one can deny that he's certainly acheieved that. I think it primarily requires the right frame of mind to admire it for what he was trying to achieve; and this certainly is not a mainstream understanding of comedy.
If I'm perfectly honest, I really enjoy it, despite it's various flaws. It's perfectly Frankie. What more could a fan ask for? Of course, if you were to buy this by chance or for pure interest, be very, very wary; in basic terms, it's the definitive polar opposite of Michael McIntyre. But nonethless it's worth a buy, just for an experience.