Monday, November 24, 2003
I know I said I would give you my review of this DVD, but I had to take two days to watch it. I know you've been waiting on pins and needles to know what I thought, so I won't keep you is suspense any longer.

"The Benny Hill Show" was a show that objectified women and sex things. It was sexist, at times childish and verged on racist at times. The women, know as Hill's Angels, wore the bare minimum you could wear without being nude. It was raunchy and immatureish, and I loved every minute of it. This was the funniest damn thing, next to "Monty Python's Flying Circus", I have ever seen. The man was a comic genius. Hill's Angels, his group of dancers, was packed full of gorgeous women. One of them being Jane Leeves, from "Frasier". I've had a crush on Leeves since "Frasier" started, so it was a real treat to see her wearing nothing but her underwear dancing. If you're a feminist or find nearly naked women dancing to disco offensive, this isn't for you. But for all you men out there, you'll love this show. Think of it as "In Living Color" meets "The Three Stooges". My face still hurts from the smile that was plastered there the whole time.

Lastly, I've added a new site to my links.
Go check it out, it's a good site.

God Bless America