Performer D.K.Reinemer's solo sketch comedy show strings together a number of scenes which to be honest, I struggled to tie back to the title aside from their relationship to American stereotypes. He starts off on a mildly political foot with cute (if predictable) jokes about wanting to find a wife to move to Canada, and needing to stop in Winnipeg to make his career, after which he dives in to the sketches. Rather than comment on those stereotypes, the sketches seem to sit in them comfortably. There is heavy audience participation, which in the show i watched was only partly successful, and I'm sure that was frustrating, although he did hold it together and keep the energy up.
The best sketches were those where music was involved, allowing Reinemer to improvise off suggestions from the audience.
There is definitely an audience for this, but I'm not it. I could see my dad loving this show, however.