It had been a long while since the Bolton born comedian had done live stand-up comedy, since for the last few years he concentrated on writing and acting on television work, such as Britain's Got the Pop Factor, and music hits for charity, so everyone was so excited to see him back on stage. Peter Kay plays at the O2 Arena to a huge audience, and you can spot celebrities like Dawn French as well, and he brings us the same fantastically funny and original observational jokes we have come to expect from him. He uses a camera to spot funny audience members, and he talks about going to an accident his dad had where his balls got caught in a cracked sun lounger, the dentists, personal health, his Uncle Knobhead, how popular sayings are ridiculous, television programmes like Come Dine with Me and Embarrassing Bodies, telephone and mobile phone problems, his experiences with his grandmother and her funny sayings, e.g. "wiffy" instead of Wi-Fi, and "Facetube" (Facebook and YouTube), Blu-ray and HD, Sky+, weather eating out, school, what some lyrics of songs sound like rather than what they are, e.g. "the heart does go on" from "My Heart Will Go On" sounds like "the hot dogs go on", other songs include "We Are Family" by Sister Sledge, "Mercy" by Duffy, "Drive" by The Cars, "You Are Not Alone" by Michael Jackson and "That Don't Impress Me Much" by Shania Twain, and a rock performance miming electric guitar music with a shovel, to songs like "Whatever You Want" by Status Quo, a variation of "Is This the Way to Amarillo", playing "Eye of the Tiger" while singing "(I'm Gonna Be) 500 Miles" and "We Are the Champions" by Queen (where using screens he became all three members: Freddie Mercury, Brian May and Roger Taylor), all in all this is a hilarious comedy show. "Garlic bread" was number 23 on 50 Greatest Comedy Catchphrases, Peter Kay was number 22 on The Comedians' Comedian, he was number 12 on TV's 50 Greatest Stars, he was number 7 on Britain's Favourite Comedian, and he was number 2 on 100 Greatest Stand-Ups. Very good!