Great characters, excellent writing, strange (but funny) dialogue. Danny Peacock delivers every time. The guy must be a little bit 'touched', with his warped but eternally sunny outlook on the world and this comes across in his superb, creative and original directing. Despite his experience It's like he is experimenting all the time, constantly adopting new camera tricks and angles. This show is so sketchy and off-the-wall it should come across as disjointed and not work - but the dialogue, constant in-yer-face action and clever repetition of music gels it all together and it flows wonderfully. A bizarre slice of sunshine from the greatest writer/director in England.
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