Popular comedy partners Frank Skinner and David Baddiel chat without any script and take questions from the audience.
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Popular comedy partners Frank Skinner and David Baddiel chat without any script and take questions from the audience.

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Two blokes. One sofa. No script.

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Audience member: [talking about the differences between fake breasts and real ones] Real breasts sag, though.
Secretary: Mine don't do that.
Frank Skinner: Oh, but they will, dear.
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Remade as Merrick & Rosso Unplanned (2003) See more »

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No plan, no holding back
10 May 2005 | by (Gloucester, UK) – See all my reviews

I always remember a little saying which says, 'If you haven't got anything nice to say, say nothing at all'. Fortunately for this show, neither Frank Skinner or David Baddiel care what they have to say.

The show really proves that people can be just be funny, personally I find the two a lot more funny on this show than they are in their scripted work. They don't hold back on their opinion of class, foreign policy or sex. Even Frank's gentle ribbing of David's religion (Judaism) raise great laughs, yet you never think of Frank as being a racist.

The show is basically two best mates from two entirely different backgrounds who are both funny and incredibly witty and represent a 'man of the people' type persona. Extremely recommended.

Well done lads, I luv ya, clap, clap, clap


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