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Helena Bonham Carter,
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Lesli Linka Glatter
I saw this show twice, about ten years ago. I don't remember it well enough to be very specific, but I do remember finding it funnier than some others who have commented on it here. I wish it were available on video so that I could have another look. I do remember one sketch where Emma and another woman were at a nice restaurant, having an animated discussion about flatulence. I don't generally find potty humor amusing at all, but this one I thought was very, very funny. The punch line had me in stitches.
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