The only disappointing aspects of the DVD release are the bonus features. There are two included, and neither shines. The first is a question and answer session that Wanda held with the audience following the stand up show. The questions are often silly or incomprehensible, and Sykes does her best trying to field them, but there simply isn’t much meat to be had. The other a behind-the-scenes video of Wanda doing a radio interview to promote the stand up show that will be filmed for the DVD. One of the main disappointments here (and I’m always disappointed by this sort of thing), is that the radio studio looks so drab and boring and plain, and the DJ unimpressive. That’s not in any way to say that the DJ’s work is unimpressive, she may very well be fantastic at what she does. It’s just that watching a radio interview take place destroys all the work that goes into the station and DJ projecting an image of where they are and instead shows us the far more drab reality.
It is usually at this point in the review that someone would come up with some pseudo-clever pun dealing with never getting “sick and tired” of Sykes or some such malarkey. I will side-step that pit and simply tell you that if you ever found Sykes funny, in any of her roles, it would be worth checking out this DVD, as she again proves herself to be a great comic talent.