I have always loved "Little Britain"--mostly because the show so rarely shows any sort of restraint or good taste. However, I must admit that a minor problem with the shows has been the uneven nature of them. Some skits work great again and again and again. A few, however, run a bit thin with repeated use. Fortunately, Matt Lucas and David Walliams chose wisely here--presenting only their very best skits. And, in the one case where a relatively weak one was used, it was a shining example of it at its best (such as the visit with the Pope). The bottom line is that if you love the show, you'll adore "Little Britain Abroad". And, if the show creeps you out or annoys you, it will surely do the same here!
This episode immediately follows the first on the DVD "Little Britain Abroad". Additionally, there are some nice extras--such as deleted skits and a making of featurette of their Australian tour and an entire installment of Live Aid that is ALL David and Matt! A must for fans.
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