Lee Majors: Some stand-up classics

Stewart LeeAnd now another new blog feature. Get your fish out and put them by the side of your monitor: it’s time to worship at the shrine of Stewart Lee.

This one’s going to be looking at the highlights of his career – some of his most important work, in fact – so naturally, what else would I call it except “Lee Majors”?

Stewart Lee managed to get into the blog pantheon through his wise musings on the state of television. So it only seems fitting that we start off with some of his wiser stand-up routines – he is, after all, best known as a stand-up. In fact, he’s the 41st best stand-up comedian ever, apparently.

Now some of his views: on Braveheart

On “All Things Bright and Beautiful”

On arguments

On political correctness and football