SUMMARY: One of the best ever, although Sue and Lulu fans may disagree. An ID test for the novice Legs and Co fan although I'm sure everyone here has no problem with that exam. I can assure you that there's no strange Irish women anywhere near this one (or any of the routines).
CHAMPAGNE: After it won the poll, I've got to go for the Patti roll out.
SPOTTED: The stagehands should have used some rug grippers, that mat's a health and safety hazard!
Black string on the Python.
Kid's reference to ex England Manager Don Revie.
Don't cheat, it's obviously Gill and Rosie's legs in the picture, but which side are they!
It's just for fun, so don't write in. But if you get it right them award yourself 5 points towards the anniversary Legs and Co tea towel.
SUMMARY: BBC props department giving those gold palms yet another run-out on TOTPs. At least 3 times by my reckoning.
CHAMPAGNE: Oh i like the Pauline face of amazement as the snake on a string is magically charmed by Rosie.
SPOTTED: Regarding the trip-hazard carpet. At the very second Rosie starts to play her musical instrument (dont ask me what its called), keep your eye on the bottom right of screen. You will see the carpet move up slightly as though its been wafted. When the action starts again, the carpet is now fully flat, but it does start to furl up again in places.
Quiz question answer. A very calfy Gill is on the right of screen.