This two-parter may not be as jovial an experience as you would normally have expected with Billy Connolly. The comedian is now in his retirement years and also suffers from Parkinson's disease, so has chosen this as good enough time to have a wee think about death and all the different attitudes to it, as well as addressing his own feelings and beliefs about it. Billy's journey takes him from a funeral convention in Texas, a drive-through funeral parlour in Los Angeles and a voodoo ceremony in New Orleans. He also chats to old friend Eric Idle about how his hit single 'Always Look on the Bright Side of Life' is a popular song choice for people's final send-off. This... sounds depressing as all hell, but it is Billy, so no doubt he will find a few larfs in spite of the dark subject matter.