I love her, too, but, may I take a moment to complain about words? I am always irritated that people, for some reason, refuse to use the word 'hilarious' in favor of the totally incorrect 'hysterical' (no offense meant, each of us is a product of your culture).
Hysterical means 'affected by uncontrolled emotion'. One's hysteria can be over the death of a child. Or, schizophrenia. Though, the main use leading up to modern times, and this is true, was as a so-called medical term used about women who showed emotion. If one's wife was angry or dissatisfied with her life, a doctor would diagnose hysteria and offer, say, laudanum to make her more tractable.
(Though an upside is that this was also treated, apparently fairly often, with orgasms. A doctor would finger bang a women. This made her tractable in a much better way. In my experience, this is a truly effective treatment. ALSO, the electric vibrator, and this is also true, was invented by a doctor to facilitate such treatments.)
The reason I am annoyed is that there is a word that exactly, accurately conveys the meaning intended here, hilarious. It means extremely amusing. Never has any other meaning. And Wanda Sykes is, in fact, hilarious but she is never, at least onstage, hysterical.
It literally makes me crazy.