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Sarah Millican

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Gally Sat 05-Oct-13 22:45:44

I have just watched her on BBC2. Never seen her before. I haven't laughed so much for months - I was sitting home-alone and feeling quite miserable and now I am all cheered up. Nothing like a bit of smut and double entendre to brighten up an evening grin

merlotgran Sat 05-Oct-13 22:47:16

Same here, Gally All the antiques double entendres were priceless. She really is a fun person grin

Ana Sat 05-Oct-13 22:51:20

Saw her perform live locally a few years ago, before she became famous. Such a tonic - I knew she'd make it! smile

Aka Sat 05-Oct-13 22:54:28

I first saw her on Michael McIntyre's Saturday night show. Very refreshing and funny. I love her style.

Anne58 Sat 05-Oct-13 23:15:08

She also writes a column in the Radio Times.

glassortwo Sat 05-Oct-13 23:17:29

A down to earth North East girl wink

harrigran Sat 05-Oct-13 23:36:10

She's great.

kittylester Sun 06-Oct-13 10:23:44

Love her! smile

Greatnan Sun 06-Oct-13 10:44:14

I am another fan, and she has such great guests. Wasn't Michael Palin lovely?

whenim64 Sun 06-Oct-13 10:48:30

Champion! grin

GrandmaMiney Sun 06-Oct-13 11:00:14

Didn't catch her last night, but will find it. When I first saw her on Michael McIntyre's show, I laughed 'til I cried
I think she's brilliant grin

Pittcity Sun 06-Oct-13 11:03:35

I'm off to buy a muff brush!

merlotgran Sun 06-Oct-13 11:18:00

I think I will add Michael Palin to my fantasy dinner guest list. He was entertaining without showing off which is quite a rare thing these days.

Gally Sun 06-Oct-13 14:13:08

I've had a muff brush for years - I had it when I was a small girl and used it to brush my Teddy Trousers! I think I got rid of it fairly recently - if only I had known it was a muff brush I would have kept it......... grin
I thought Michael Palin was wonderful too [swoon]

Penstemmon Sun 06-Oct-13 14:39:57

Always a tonic! A good comedian.