Goodnight, We Love You: The Life and Legend of Phyllis Diller is a 2004 biographical documentary on the pioneering comedian and her final performance. After 47 years in show business, Phyllis Diller retired in trademark style with an extravagant farewell in the company of her fans and fellow comedians. At a time when female comedians were not only rare but unknown, Diller made her debut as "the world's worst housewife" in the 1950s. Her outlandish style and hilarious one-liners have kept her working ever since. Comedians Roseanne Barr and Lily Tomlin reflect on how Diller's presence helped their own unusual entertainment careers. Fellow stand-ups David Brenner, Don Rickles, Rip Taylor and others reminisce about her. Director Gregg Barson also takes a tour of the behind-the-scenes Diller with the story of her humble beginnings to the little known sides of her personal life, such as her ability to play the concert piano. The film also includes moments from her final show.