By Royal Appointment
The acerbic accompaniment to "Snowflake" was meant to be broadcast a week after but was delayed due to a monarch's demise. All comedy debuts were and it was a shame really because it really effectively builds on the momentum of the first show. If the first one was more introspective this one is wildly energetic, and a really well-constructed bit of tight comedy that builds to a fantastically sharp punchline. Stew has decided that the best outlet for his bitter stage persona is to rail against more popular (but less acclaimed) comedians and they're a fantastic target for him. As such this feels blistering and vital. Do watch both if you can, one after the other, as I'm certain Liz would have actually wanted.
- Oct 13, 2022
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