BUST TV posted a great video yesterday that combines Bust mag staples: grrrl power, crafting and, well, having fun with it all. Tracey Ullman, the Brit comedian who plays scores of characters on Showtime’s Tracey Ullman’s State of the Union, shows host Liz Armstrong how to cast on. They chat (or, really, Ullman tries on different voices and makes Armstrong laugh) in a knitting shop. Ullman makes fun of Americans in her situational comedy, but she really does admire many things about this crazy place. She says that the US was ahead of England in terms of producing really great, strong comedic actresses, including Lucille Ball, Lily Tomlin and Gilda Radner. While women were getting starring roles in America, the roles for women in England were still limited to glamour girls. “This is a big badass, scary country, but you kind of want to be a part of it,” she says.