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Two blokes. One sofa. No script.

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David Baddiel: Was Pete Doherty shit at Live 8? I mean, he was all right for a crack addict.
Frank Skinner: He did it with Elton John, didn't he? Isn't he a bit of a crack addict?
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Two Blokes . One Sofa . No Script . No Laughs
28 January 2003 | by (Isle Of Bute , Scotland) – See all my reviews

I suppose the idea of sitting David Baddiel and Frank Skinner in front of a studio audience and getting them to ad-lib might be a good idea on paper but on a sofa in front of a studio audience it just seems plain bad . The only good thing about BADDIEL AND SKINNER UNPLANNED is that it shows that Baddiel and Skinner is a comedy double act where one of the comedians is not funny - and it`s not Frank Skinner . David Baddiel does not have anything funny to say . Mind you Skinner was hardly side splitting himself . The only moment of mirth was when a female heckler shouted out to which Skinner retorted : " Slapper " ( A slapper being British slang for a woman of loose morals ) . Another female member of the audience on the other side of the studio decided to add to lend her voice to a heckle . As quick as a flash Skinner replied : " Stereo slappers "

A classic put down in a show light years away from being a comedy classic


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