The good news: Che doesn't exploit this sensitive topic for cheap laughs. He explores Harambe -- and other relevant issues like racism, police brutality, Black Lives Matter, homophobia, Christianity, gentrification, and the creepiness of dildos -- to make a point. (You know, like, if you're going to pretend you care about dead animals you never interact with, you should also probably care about your fellow humans.) If you offend easily, buckle up: this is the kind of special that will laud Jesus for his miracles but mock him for his forgettable carpentry skills, because Che gets to his points using very calls-it-like-he-sees-it paths.
Sure, the occasional bit fizzles -- in particular, one about cat-calling feels a little forced and unproductive. But Che will more often gift you with the kind of simple but eye-opening analogy you'll want to stash in your back pocket for safekeeping (regarding the All Lives Matter argument, for example: if your wife asks, "Do you love me?" You don't respond: "Baby, I love everybody!").