Keith is a taxi driver who records a monologue on his video camera, which relates the story of his failed marriage after his wife Marion left him for her work colleague, Geoff.
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Keith is a minicab driver who, between fares, relates how his marriage broke down and his wife Marion ran off with a work colleague, Geoff. Later he is employed as a chauffeur for a movie producer (of sorts) whose wife is rich and he continues to try and see his children and be friendly with Marion. Written by bob the moo

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one of the best British comedies ever.
20 January 2003 | by (edinburgh,scotland) – See all my reviews

This is the funniest programme in ages, was kind of over shadowed by the Office, but its just as good. Rob Brydon plays divorced mini cab driver Keith Barret. Its a one man narative, the whole show involves him talking to a camera in his minicab. He talks about his life and (mainly) about his ex-wife Marion who is living with her new Partner Geoff. Brydons performance is great and the script is hilarious. Its not only funny, it also pulls at the hearts strings as you really feel for the niaeve, gormless Barret. If you like Partridge and Brent you WILL love this. Trust me. Go buy on DVD. Now.


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