The female comedian has come a long way since appearing on panel shows like Mock the Week and 8 Out of 10 Cats, including with her show Television Programme, I really enjoyed her first stand-up comedy show, so I was looking forward to this second. Geordie female comedian Sarah Millican here plays to an audience at the Hammersmith Apollo in London, and she does what she does best, gives her hilarious insights and opinions on things she observes or mocks, puts down people and things we appreciate usually, and appears like a sweet woman wearing glasses and smiling a lot, but is actually knowingly eccentric, rude and sarcastic. In the show she talks about fitness DVDs and exercise, eating, couples, the signs of love (including suggestions from the audience), living with a partner, theme parks and rides, spare pants, shopping, drugs, sex, wearing glasses, dirty talk, sex lines and euphemisms, driving, good behaviour and being cautious, her first reaction to space dust candy and much more. She has become such a loved female comedian, appearing on many popular comedy shows and being nominated for two British Academy Awards, and winning Queen of Comedy, I find her hilarious because she is so simple but so clever (I'm surprised she wasn't listed on 100 Greatest Stand-Ups 2010), I look forward to another live stand-up comedy performance. Very good!
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