This article is from 2009.
Lennox is tackling his ancestry, using it as a springboard for a gentle hour musing his genetic make-up. Poignancy points are awarded for the worthy message and sweet home movies, but the fuzzy warmth far outweighs the laughs. He’s a charming, highly polished performer but the cheesy jokes are awkwardly shoehorned in, making this more an entertaining after-dinner speech than comedy show.
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