Dave Gorman and Danny Wallace had a bet that Dave couldn't meet 54 of his namesakes (1 for every card in the deck including the jokers). It all got out of hand and they ended up travelling ...
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Dave Gorman tells the story of his attempt to find 10 'Googlewhacks' (websites containing two unique words when searched on Google) and meet their owners before his 32nd birthday, in order to win a bet.
Dave Gorman attempts to travel coast to coast across America without giving any money to 'The Man' by avoiding large chains and multi-nationals and instead seeking out independent businesses in order to find the true spirit of the country.
This six part BBC series follows intrepid everyman Danny Wallace as he takes up the challenge and begins the unlikely odyssey of setting up and running his own country. From the corridors ... See full summary »
British television's sharpest tongue delivers the painfully honest goods in this performance from his 2010 stand-up tour. Dismantling popular culture and modern society with equal glee, ... See full summary »
Dave Gorman, never one to turn down a daft quest, decides to live his life strictly by the advice of horoscopes for 40 days and nights. He picks 20 astrologers and picks one piece of clear ... See full summary »
Dave Gorman and Danny Wallace had a bet that Dave couldn't meet 54 of his namesakes (1 for every card in the deck including the jokers). It all got out of hand and they ended up travelling tens of thousands of miles around the world with Daves credit card and Danny's video camera to complete the task. Only after the event, with the help of the home video footage was the journey turned in to this TV series. Written by
A guy called Dave Gorman accepts a drunken challenge to find 54 people with the same name as himself. Most people would wake up with a hangover the next morning and think no more of it, not Dave Gorman.
He turns this simple idea into a really funny TV series. After watching a few episodes, I realised that really, what he's doing is unimportant. The point of the show is to allow Dave Gorman to tell stories. The reason this works is simple; he's a damn funny guy.
I recommend this show to anyone, not just Dave Germans.
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