and a good job, too

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and a good job, too

Used to indicate that something one just said is especially welcome, appropriate, or necessary. He said his newest book would return to the main storyline for the series—and a good job, too, as many readers were left unimpressed by the strange, meandering nature of the last novel. As part of the show, he selects several audience members to participate on stage. And a good job, too—as witty as he is, the entertainer's persona is too much for a full two-hour performance.
See also: and, good

(and) a ˌgood job/thing ˈtoo

(spoken) used to show that you are pleased to hear some news, especially if you have been waiting for it for a long time: ‘They’ve cut the price of petrol.’ ‘And a good thing too.’He’s given up smoking, and a good job too in my opinion.
See also: good, job, thing