Two friends, Parker and Clint, decide to start a club, but to their dismay, many people believe this is a gay bar and it cause a few problems in their lives.
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Two friends, Parker and Clint, decide to start a club, but to their dismay, many people believe this is a gay bar and it cause a few problems in their lives.

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The funniest comedy series ever!
21 August 2002 | by (St.Helens, England) – See all my reviews

I strongly advise everybody out there to catch this top show the next time it's repeated on T.V. as it is THE funniest thing I have ever seen, and makes you laugh the more you watch it.

Vic and Bob's previous comedy series where great as well, but this contains the best characters they have ever created:

Donald and Davey Stott, Mulligan and O'Hare (and their new album "Titty Biscuits"), and especially the characters in their spoof documentary "The Club", which is about Paul Baron, who owns Hulls 4th best nightclub together with his long lost brother from Hong Kong, Tony. Kinky John Fowler is the entertainments manager who discovers a new boy band "Mandate", and wild nights at Baron's nightclub include an erotic night, a talent night with some very unusual acts, and Les Dennis!

The biggest laugh comes however comes with the introduction of "America's most incredible vegetable!", a foul mouthed melon from Arkansas.

Vic and Bob's latest offerings (Shooting Stars and Randall and Hopkirk deceased) are O.K., but I wish they would make another series like Bang Bang, as they only made 6 episodes. Vic and Bob are geniuses!


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