Time article hosted on MSN. The article is about the negative reactions on social media: There are some others with additional context, but I'm not sure how to embed a tweet. I'll figure that out for the future. Personally, his return is fine. I never thought what he did warranted jail time (which apparently not everyone agrees with), so if an audience wants to see him perform then let them buy tickets. It looks like some people feel pretty strongly about this and want him ostracized forever. I think he should just keep doing shows and ignore social media altogether. Maybe he won't be in a position to get another Netflix special or the like, but my guess is he'll always find people who are willing to see him live. I feel as though he's in a unique position to neuter the social media uproar and still enjoy popular success just by doing local comedy shows.