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Absolutely Fabulous 2
Absolutely Fabulous 2
Author: Jennifer Saunders
ISBN-13: 9780671000219
ISBN-10: 0671000217
Publication Date: 9/1996
Pages: 151
Edition: Reprint
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Publisher: Pocket Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Pass the Champers, Sweetie, and the Vodka, too, Darling: Tv's most irreverant duo is back with a fresh set of outrageously bawdy adventures......

Absolutely Fabulous 2

Illustrated With Simply More Loads of AbFab Photos in AbFab Color!

Now immortalized in the United States as well as in Britain, AbFab's heroines Eddy and Patsy have fans on both sides of the Atlantic positively addicted to their wicked satire and political incorrectness.

With these six episodes of the second ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS season---including a joint trip to the hospital and a Morrocan excursion where Patsy sells Eddy's daughter Saffron to a slave trader--you can adore TV's gutsiest pair anew. And rest assured, Edina and Patsy remain absolutely irresistable: daring dames you know you can trust to deliver scathing, scandalous opinions with a candor mere mortals only think about.

"Eddy and Patsy still behave like groupies with permanent backstage passes. They snort cake, swig liquor, smoke, stumble out of taxis, passout on lawns. Their wardrobes, in the manner of and FM station playing the hits of the seventies, eighties, and nineties, blend the worst of the last three decades into one hideous aesthetic statement. Eddy and Patsy, with their diva attitudes and outlandish insincerities (air kisses and endless 'sweetie darling's'), have become the biggest camp icons since Krystle and Alexis duked it out on Dynasty." ---The New Yorker

"AbFab is so addictive that I sometimtes find myself screaming at a cab driver a la Edina, "Sweetie darling, Im in a rush, dammit, just mow those old people down....'" ---Charles Bush, The Advocate