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This is the final show played by female comedy duo Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders. It was performed on stage in front of a live audience. It contains re-enactments of some of their more popular skits, as well as some original material which was written solely for the farewell tour. Two of the more memorable farewell tour skits include 'The basket of memories' which reputedly holds the props used during the series, and Jennifer's self proclaimed elevation to the status of 'Comedy Goddess'. Written by Dave Moody

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(As Herself): So that's a Comedy Goddess? I'm looking at an old woman with dangling chicken legs.
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Lame
16 July 2014 | by (Co, Derry, Northern Ireland) – See all my reviews

I bought this on DVD for a pound. I love the TV show, but this was just dull. The scenes where they bicker go on forever and it's like they find it funny, but the audience don't.

It's not funny at all and most of the sketches are them talking at once and doing silly voices.

Much like the last two Bottom Live shows where it's just Rik and Ade doing things, here it's Dawn and Jen doing things and it's not amusing.

The bits I did find funny were Dawn going to the audience with camera and the sketch with the old men at the end.

Bo In The USA, as much as I hate it, did a far funnier Madonna sketch.

Sorry, Dawn and Jen.


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