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Friday Night with Jonathan Ross is without a doubt the funniest talk
show I have ever seen, and believe me I have seen a few.
Not only does Jonathan Ross succeed in getting the most popular celebrities (mostly comedians and actors) on his sofa, he can also make them say/do things, they wouldn't consider saying/doing anywhere else.
Between guests Jonathan takes his time to reflect on the more bizarre things in society in general, and his personal life in particular. It seems to me that any trivial task can turn into a gruesome ordeal when it's left in the hands of the funny man. Luckily for us the man has no pride whatsoever, so he doesn't mind telling us about the more shameful mistakes he has made in his lifetime: RESPECT!
A special contribution to the show is made by the house band, Four Poofs and a Piano ( I'm not making this up ). Every week they pay a special tribute to one of the show's guests by wearing a customized T - shirt with his/her face on it. Besides that, every guest is introduced by the band with a song that seems to be all about them/their life.
In short: great variety of guests; wickedly funny, bizarre, and from time to time scary.
Jonathan Ross maybe one of those people who are everywhere on TV but he
show that he could do a pretty good talk show.
Maybe his jokes are a little crude but you got to love him. But when he gets a guest on, it does seem he tries to talk more than the guest him/herself and continues to show clips of what the person has done.
But for what just seems a normal talk show did have some great guests. Jim Carrey, Michael Madsen, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Ozzy Osbourne, Yoko Ono, Madonna, David Bowie, Roger Moore and he even got Marilyn Manson!!!!
Overall, a fun hour-long show to watch on a Friday night (even though it wasn't filmed on a Friday).
"Friday Night with Jonathan Ross" is a work of genius. Witty,
hilarious! "side-splittingly" entertaining (and so, obviously, better
with words than I).
I'm not a talk show or interview person, but there are a few shows that I simply cannot miss, and Jonathan Ross' is top of that list.
Even when you've never heard of the people on the show, it's funny. Honestly, if you like comedy, you've got to watch it; a hilarious hour that seems to fly by.
I have, however, encountered the odd show where I got a bit bored with some guest, but really you've got to have tremendous bad luck to happen across one of those rare occasions, and said guest has to be unbelievably boring and humourless.
I live in Canada and well TV channels are full of US
programming(because for some reason Canadians don't know how to create
entertaining shows). And well we watch US talk shows but I happened to
catch a clip of Jonathan Ross' show on Youtube and I was pleasantly
surprised how good and funny his show is. It is really refreshing from
all these other talk shows, the main difference is that Jonathan Ross
is actually funny and doesn't overact or over-react on every situation
like talk show hosts do here. So it is very refreshing for me and I
hope I can find a cable channel here in Canada that broadcasts his
shows so I would subscribe as soon as possible.
All in all a great show, very entertaining and funny.
this is a really good talk show, pity it's on so late though as it
misses quite a lot of viewers that way. Though i suppose it does need
to be over the watershed i wish it was 9 o'clock usually rather than 11
something every night
he usually gets at least one really famous guest every show and interviews them well and gets good responses from them. You also feel that perhaps the guests actually like Johnathon Ross which is nice compared to the usual harsher interviewers. Nicelly put together Johnathon Ross is really quite funny when he tries.
the green room is also i nice idea where they show the celebs waiting to go on and it makes them seem much more human
And though the 4 Poofs and a Piano do get on my nerves sometimes they're quite fun and it's all worth staying up for interviews
Having watched and enjoyed the "Jonathon Ross" show on Friday the 21st
March it occurred to me that the the artist "Siouxsie" completing the
show, displayed a striking resemblance to Cherie Blair, the wife of the
former prime minister, Tony Blair. So is it possible for Jonathan on
next week show to display the two images together to see if he agrees
with me. Invite Tony Blair to the show and i'm sure he'll think his
wife is now setting her sights on a pop career.
This has got to be the best talk show of all time. Great guests most of the time, and when there not Wossys even better at humiliating them while having great banter. US talk shows could learn a few things from this, all of them seem to be stuck in the 80's, they look cheap and the variety aspect has long been dead. This is the new age show, as it remains classy even with its lewd and crude sense of humour. Jonathan Ross could be the funniest person on TV. The show never has a bad week, regardless of the guests, Ross always turns up on song, having a unique chemistry with each guest be it Madonna and Paul Newman or some reality TV star its entertaining. The show also has a great musical act every week from big bands such as U2 and Oasis to smaller new bands getting their upstart like Kasabian and Arctic Monkeys. Try and find some of the old episodes, some of my favourites include, Jim Carrey, Jack Black, Cameron Diaz, Ricky Gervais, Ben Stiller and Daniel Radcliff.
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When there's nothing else good on Friday nights, this is probably the best show to watch. It's basically like a comedy chat show with the popular critic, actor and chat show host, slightly wobbly mouthed twice BAFTA and British Comedy Award winning, and National Television Award nominated Jonathan Ross. Throughout the show he has had many wonderful and famous people on the show, not counting Four Poofs and a Piano singing as they enter. My favourite episode so far has still been the one with Chris Tarrant, Johnny Vegas and Jim Carrey. You know what Carrey's like, they basically sang a chosen song as loud as possible and wrecked the studio. And it was the last in the Series! Ross adds both humour and seriousness to make this show a very good award winner. It has been on all 100 Greatest TV Treats programmes so far. It won the BAFTAs for the Lew Grade Award (also nominated), it won the British Comedy Awards for Best Comedy Entertainment Programme, and it was nominated the National Television Awards for Most Popular Entertainment Programme (three times). Very good!
Friday Night With Jonathan Ross must have those in charge of Ross
rubbing their sweaty little palms together. They know the BBC lacks
imagination when it comes to talk shows so when they have Jonathan Ross
at their disposal they are quite settled to just sit back and let a
half wit command this primetime slot.
Ross Spends most of the show grooming his ego and smiling about how much the BBC is paying him. The show is a complete copy of many US Chat Shows - Leno, Letterman, Conan O Brian, the list goes on - but he and his team have clearly seen what works on the masses can also be done for the dumb masses in the UK also.
The unfortunate situation - he has no competition? Parkinson has gone by the reality is he was never really up to much except grooming a celebs ego. Can't we have someone funnier and slicker on British Screens instead of Jonathan Ross? Once Ross has built up his ego enough he will then proceed to the very boring concept of the stiff celebrities in the green room - so trying to get on with each other. If an A-Lister is present (which is so often the case these days - as there are no other chat shows they can turn to - to promote their latest movie) - he will spend the next hour either flirting with them or trying to be their best friend in the Universe. Sqeamish when he had Ringo Starr on - a man that cares nothing for licking arse - Ross genuinely was begging for his mobile phone number (as common policy on this show is for Jonathan Ross to get everyones number so he can be seen in the right company when not working). Of course Ringo said it how it is - and simply said no I don't like you - dead pan serious.
Ross needs to be axed from all Awards and TV shows - the masses will get over it.
Friday Night With Jonathon Ross is now BBC1's top chat show after Parky
defected to ITV.
He has some quite well known stars on and in the past these have included Madonna, Roger Moore, the late John Mills, Tom Jones and several soap stars. When not being interviewed, the guests have to wait in a rather small room together.
One rather annoying thing about this show is that group known as "4 Poofs and a Piano. They don't seem to serve any useful purpose and all they do is sing (try to) when a guest comes on. They also show off.
Apart from that group, Friday Night with Jonathon Ross is quite entertaining, even though Wossy has trouble pronouncing his R's.
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