There's some discussion on the special and Jeselnik back on this page. Personally, I still respect his style, and think he's a talented as fuck comic (so excited for his show), but I've seen and heard enough of his material to know the way his jokes all sort of 'work' at this point, and for that reason alone, they don't land nearly as hard. Once you get the set-up in your head, it's fairly simple to break down the polar opposite punchline he's going to end on.
I feel pretty much the same way about Caligula. I was really excited to hear a follow up to Shakespeare, since it was probably my favorite comedy album of the last few years, but Caligula fell a little short, not because it was weak, but because I already knew how Jeselnik's jokes "work" - That being said, I'd definitely give it a watch if you haven't seen it yet... it's still a great way to spend an hour