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It made me laugh!
12 September 2007 | by (Kent, England) – See all my reviews

This was a sketch show that didn't last very long, and I suppose the lack of fans on here maybe indicates why.

Shame that no one else seems to remember Shane Ritchie's early days, with David Schneider. I remember Shane Ritchie playing a gobby bloke in a pub, and Dave Schneider going to a hairdressers dressed as a hedgehog, and the line "what do I look like, a pillock?" - but I'm afraid that's all!

I was about 8 when I used to watch it, I'm determined to find some clips to see if it was as funny as I, and my mum and sisters, remember...


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