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Valid, very important but not his funniest work
on 22 July 2010
In some ways, Lee is like Mark Thomas. By that, what I mean is that what he says is sometimes more important than how he says it and - indeed - how 'funny' it is.
The Blasphemy rap Lee had to deal with is a mockery and he makes one of it by pushing the envelope as far as he can. And good on him: needs to be said. It just isn't the funniest stand up I've seen him do. Depends what you want I guess.
Worth while buying for the big fans of Stewart Lee and anyone who hates religeous bigots.
So that covers most of us. Well, most of us who's opinions are worth listening to. Obviously, those who actually like religeous bigots probably aren't going to read this review and/or buy this DVD.