baby-faced host of low-budget cable TV show-within-a-play, Righteous Money, is a nasty piece of work. He
has made a lot of cash out of an unscrupulous attitude towards business and
hasn’t been afraid to screw over anyone happening to be standing in his
unique blend of misogyny and self-delusion is delicious to watch and the format
of the show, in which segments of live filming are interspersed with off camera
moments of honesty, makes for a well-paced hour.
breakdown CJ undergoes as a result of being dumped by his assistant turned lover isn't entirely credible – this character doesn’t have enough of a moral
compass to allow him to feel the sort of guilt expressed here – but that really
doesn't matter: Michael Yates Crowley is strong enough in the role of CJ
to carry us with him and make us laugh along the way.