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[With [link=nm0167340] as Guest]
Mel Giedroyc: Do you know where Noddy is?
Sue Perkins: No, let's ask Big Ears.
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25 July 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I loved this show with these two girls playing off of each other to a great degree. Their humour, with such naturalness, was what I think I liked the most. They were so at ease with each other and their guests that it felt like you were just watching a natural chat with people who genuinely liked each other. No nastiness or one-up-manship (did I spell that right?). Just good, clean, happy fun chat and jokes together. I think Light Lunch was where I first saw these two together when I came home from work at lunchtime and would sit down for my lunchtime TV entertainment (something I had never done before, during the daytime, was watch much TV). These two were always entertaining and became an obsession with me - to make me feel lighthearted before I returned to work! Great memories of great times.


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