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 Herself - Presenter 150 episodes, 1997-1998
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 Himself - Band, Drums 150 episodes, 1997-1998
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Brilliant!
11 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

It's hard to believe it was almost ten years ago now! This show was brilliant, it was far better than any of its followers - Loose Women will never be a contender for Mel & Sue's comedic chemistry. The guests were always brilliantly interviewed, and the live nature of the show gave it something spontaneous and exciting, because something funny would always go wrong! It had useful tips for creating quick "light lunches" with professional chefs, and it was always a joy to watch one of the duo make a mess in the kitchen! This was a funny, light-hearted lunchtime show, which far out-shined anything else on in that time slot, and still does. It's a shame Mel & Sue rarely work together anymore, as their humorous antics kept a nation entertained on their lunch breaks! It would be great to see them together in something that's not a bread advert!


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