This show's not really that funny. For some reason the BBC can't enough of these shows with a host and two teams composed of three people who think they're amusing and in most cases are amusing. This is just the latest one in a long line of these shows and quite frankly the least funny of them.
Jonathan Ross is a good presenter, and he can be quite funny as he's shown on 'They think it's all over', but one does grow tired of the constant homosexual innuendo's aimed at Julian Clary, who does his fair bit of them as well. Plus the show in itself is really not that funny, the games try to be more amusing than they really are, because in actuality they're forced and silly. And there doesn't seem to be any chemistry between the host and the team-leaders, or between the team-leaders themselves for that matter. Phil Jupitus is also quite funny on 'Buzzcocks', but for some reason here he isn't. All in all, I think this show is just a tad bit too much from the BBC and quite redundant, to be honest. They're just milking the same old formula again and again until the point they can't do it anymore. I think with this show that point's been reached. 4 out of 10. (sowwy Jonathan!)
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