One of the funniest women on the planet talks about everything from the world of insects to mundane shampoo bottle directions to being caught by the highway patrol wearing nothing but a leather harness, captain's hat & paddle on the road. She opens her stand-up comedy special doing an interpretive dance expressing her experience coming out, and it's a classic Ellen bit that only she could think up. Her visit to God's house (as it turns out, God is a fortysomething black woman) is a brilliant satire of mankind's relationship with religion, cleverly funny, much like her earlier "phone conversation with God" routine. Ellen has that unique gift for approaching her material at a sideways slant, particularly when she discusses the controversy over same-sex marriages (the "goat" analogy was hilarious).
But the evening concludes with a Q&A segment. The most touching moment is when an androgynous-looking young Lesbian woman (which temporarily causes some embarrassment for Ellen) tearfully thanks Ellen for being such a great role model.
A terrific evening showcasing a brilliant comedic talent that so deserves her success. See it, and you'll laugh from start to finish!