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Lee Evans: XL Tour Live 2005 (2005)

A DVD containing the comedy antics of Lee Evans on his live stand-up tour in Cardiff, Wales.

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Tom Poole

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Lee Evans
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A DVD containing the comedy antics of Lee Evans on his live stand-up tour in Cardiff, Wales.

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Language:

English

Release Date:

28 November 2005 (UK) See more »

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According to the DVD, Lee Evans sweats an average of 3.2 liters of sweat per performance. Over the course of his 114 performances, he's sweat a total of 364.8 liters (770.9 pints) See more »

Quotes

Lee Evans: People say why do we kill so many cows, well they're *crap!* They have no survival instincts whatsoever! You stand next to any fence in the country and a cow'll walk towards you going "Is it my time yet? I don't mind, just shoot me!" They're dumb animals, otherwise they'd learn to shit without it hitting the back of their legs! They'd swing it out at least! All dumb animals soil themselves! Sheep! Sheep are the same, but they do it for a reason! They're like that
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As the credits roll there are three big screens above the rolling credits. A large explosion occurs on them, then a voice speaks and various pieces of text appears on the scene, from the dialog spoken. See more »

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References Flashdance (1983) See more »

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Three Second Memory
Performed by Lee Evans
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Not his best but still good.
28 February 2007 | by cerebralassassinxxxSee all my reviews

I have been a fan of Lee since I saw Different Planet Tour about 8 years ago. And I always await his shows with baited breath.

I do like this XL tour but it is certainly not his best work. He does look to be grasping at straws occasionally, perhaps trying out new material as he suggests. But this should not be the case for a DVD.

Having said this there are still some hilarious moments that have stuck in my head. Certain sections had me in absolute stitches, but unfortunately these moments of utter hilarity were fewer and further between than they have been in Different Planet Tour and Live in Scotland.

This is still a very funny performance and worth a watch, but if you are a long time Lee Evans fan you may be slightly disappointed.


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