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11 out of 13 people found the following review useful:
The best comedy on the box, 30 October 2004
Author: matthew-58 from England
A great many people say that British comedy has gone down the toilet. Well, these people can't have seen Richard and Judy, a show packed with humour (albeit mostly unintentional). You can guarantee that in any given episode Judy will fluff every other line she has to speak and just look bewildered about most subjects and Richard will say something incredibly embarrassing to a guest or about Judy. Also very amusing was when they recruited Abi Titmuss as a reporter, who was only famous for being John Leslie's girlfriend, and then dropped her like a brick after sordid tabloid reports about her relationship with the aforementioned Mr Leslie. Somebody should have known better.
5 out of 11 people found the following review useful:
Richard's comments on Geisha girls, 13 January 2006
Author: geoffsharr from United Kingdom
My wife and I watched a programme on Thursday evening about the training of Geisha girls and the point was made many times in that programme that Geisha girls are not prostitutes but entertainers. If a relationship is on offer it is entirely up to them whether or not they take it up. It was therefore totally wrong of Richard to contradict Judy (rather rudely)today and to insist that he was right to label the Geisha profession as prostitution. This rudeness on Richard's part seems to be a characteristic of the new series and it is regrettable as it detracts from what was, and could be again, an entertaining family show.
1 out of 6 people found the following review useful:
Richard & Judy, 7 June 2005
Author: Jackson Booth-Millard from United Kingdom
*** This review may contain spoilers ***
I don't watch it that often unless there is a really good celebrity guest appearing, but when I do watch this it's quite good. Richard Madeley and Judy present this quite good mid-day chat show which also includes some good competitions and latest news. The most interesting parts of the show for me are You Say We Pay where Richard and Judy guess what a caller is describing, and obviously when a guest is on. They've had Kacey Ainsworth, Les Dennis, Amanda Holden, Jessie Wallace, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Geri Halliwell, S Club 7, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Kyle MacLachlan, Simon Cowell, Delia Smith, Des O'Connor, Gina Yashere, Charlotte Church, Charlie Higson, Samantha Mumba, Gordon Ramsay, Danny Dyer, Billy Boyd, Dominic Monaghan, Zoë Wanamaker, Dido, Brian McFadden, Letitia Dean, Hear'say, James Nesbitt, Sir Ian McKellen, David Suchet, Alan Titchmarsh, Brenda Blethyn, Hugh Grant, Julie Walters, Daryl Hannah, Claire Sweeney, Tony Blackburn, Paul O'Grady, Tom Hanks, Holly Valance, Kim Cattrall, Sue Perkins, Graham Norton, Samuel L. Jackson, Naomie Harris, David Blunkett, Rob Brydon, Will Young, William Shatner, David Sneddon, Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese, Ray Liotta, Susan Sarandon, Jade Goody, Billy Crystal, Robert De Niro, Jennifer Lopez, Darius, George Michael, Gareth Gates, Julianne Moore, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, Barry Norman, Colin Farrell, Joanna Lumley, Alan Cumming, Vanessa Feltz, Richard Whiteley, Jennie Bond, Ben Miller, Kim Medcalf, Joel Schumacher, James Fleet, Hank Azaria, Minnie Driver, Matthew Perry, Denise Van Outen, Lenny Henry, Meat Loaf, Brian Cox, Patrick Stewart, Sir Michael Caine, Dale Winton, Brian Blessed, Mark Nicholas, Dougray Scott, James Alexandrou, Myleene Klass, Jada Pinkett Smith, Ronni Ancona, Jill Halfpenny, Queen Latifah, Alistair McGowan, David Dickinson, Melvyn Bragg, Jeff Goldblum, Tim Pigott-Smith, Edwina Currie, Colin Salmon, Jim Carrey, Neil Morrissey, Jon Snow, Natalie and Nicole Appleton, John Fashanu, Dom Joly, Germaine Greer, Anthony Head, Laila Morse, Jools Holland, Jon Culshaw, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Nell McAndrew, Elvis Costello, Cilla Black, John Leslie, Dan Aykroyd, Leslie Grantham, Joan Collins, Emma Bunton, Michael Ball, Paul Burrell, Matthew Kelly, Robert Downey Jr., Christopher Lee, Kim Woodburn and Aggie MacKenzie, Barry Cryer, Zoe Lucker, Cuba Gooding Jr., Ricky Gervais, Kelly Osbourne, Jason Isaacs, David Walliams and Matt Lucas, Abi Titmuss, Ross Kemp, Jamie Lee Curtis, Martin Kemp, Dermot O'Leary, Ben Affleck, Joely Richardson, Nigella Lawson, Simon Day, John Sergeant, Eugene Levy, Siân Lloyd, Sir Bob Geldof, Jim Bowen, Suranne Jones, Griff Rhys Jones, Robson Green, Shobna Gulati, Alyson Hannigan, Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine, LL Cool J, Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, Naomi Watts, Harry Hill, Brittany Murphy, Johnny Vegas, The Rock, Peter Andre, Andy Serkis, Jon Culshaw, Kevin Costner, Lulu, Charlie Brooks, Lionel Richie, Anita Dobson, Blue, Halle Berry, Simon Pegg, Viggo Mortensen, Charlize Theron, Jimmy Carr, Paul Daniels, Rebecca Loos, Johnny Depp, Mark Williams, Jo Brand, Jordan (Katie Price), Janet Street-Porter, Bruce Forsyth, Val Kilmer, Antony Worrall Thompson, Matthew Lillard, Nikki Sanderson, Derren Brown, Mark Owen, Roland Emmerich, Rupert Grint, Eddie Izzard, Daniel Radcliffe, Serenaand Venus Williams, Jackie Chan, Noel Edmonds, Bill Clinton, Rachel Stevens, Ioan Gruffudd, Busted, David Baddiel, David Hasselhoff, Danny Glover, Lord Charles Brocket, Shell Jubin, Stuart Wilson, Jennifer Ellison, Tony Robinson, Christian Slater, Boris Johnson, Cherie Blair, Michael Winner, Natalie Cassidy, Michael Palin, Tamsin Greig, Nancy Sinatra, Geoffrey Rush, Sir Cliff Richard, Paul McKenna, Pamela Anderson, Ben Elton, Annette Bening, Sir Elton John, Pierce Brosnan, Madonna, Bill Bailey, Adrian Edmondson, Sean Astin, Ian Hislop, Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, Sting, Samantha Bond, Kris Marshall, Holly Hunter, Chris Tarrant, Imelda Staunton, Carol Vorderman, Marco Sabba, Jackie Stallone, Rhys Ifans, Ross Kemp, Kenzie, Mark 'Bez' Berry, Carol Thatcher, Kathleen Turner, Sir Trevor McDonald, Richard E. Grant, Nancy Sorrell, Chris Evans, Morgan Spurlock, Bill Oddie, Davina McCall, Nicki Chapman, Tony Blair, Ruby Wax, Sir Patrick Moore, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Paul Whitehouse, Jonathan Wilkes, Karen Krizanovich, David Tennant, Su Pollard, Tony Bennett, John McCririck, Julian Clary, Victoria Wood, Nicole Kidman, Olivia Newton-John, Uri Geller, Rose McGowan, David Blaine, Billie Piper, Juliette Lewis, Melanie Brown, Jane Fonda, Gene Wilder, Jeremy Beadle, James Blunt, Owen Wilson, Leslie Ash, Catherine Tate, Simon Callow, Jan Ravens, Gene Simmons, Jonathan Ross, Rob Lowe, Jamie Oliver, Stephen Hawking, Emma Thompson, Des Lynam, Gillian Anderson, Gail Porter, Sheryl Crow, Dave Spikey, Derek Acorah, Richard Wilson, John Thomson, Mark Dolan, Pete Waterman, Kevin Bacon, Kermit the Frog, Bob Hoskins, Patrick Swayze, Colin Jackson, Kirsty Gallacher, Kemal Shahin, Debra Stephenson, Elizabeth Hurley, Jodie Marsh, George Galloway, Omid Djalili, Patrick McGuinness, Rula Lenska, Sir Terry Wogan, Carol Thatcher, Russell Brand, Alan Carr, Justin Lee Collins, Maggot, Tom Baker, Lucy Porter, Eamonn Holmes, Neve Campbell, Nick Park, Timmy Mallett, Chantelle Houghton, Jeffrey Archer, Ray Winstone, Anjelica Huston, Makosi Musambasi, Nadia Almada, John Hurt, Sean Lock, Jeremy Irons, Carrie Fisher, Sir Michael Gambon, Sandra Bullock, Keanu Reeves, J.K. Rowling, Cannon (Tommy Cannon) and Ball (Bobby Ball), Jack Davenport, Isabella Rossellini, Patricia Arquette, Lucy Benjamin, Nigel Marven, Rihanna, Lea Walker, Sid Owen, Rolf Harris, Jennifer Aniston, Sam Neill, Bill Nighy, Mike Read, Sir Jimmy Savile, Imogen Thomas, Sigourney Weaver and many more famous faces. The only thing that's hard to get used is obviously Richard talking more than Judy, but apart from that it's fine occasionally. Richard Madeley was number 60 on The 100 Worst Britons, the programme was number 96 on The 100 Greatest Funny Moments for the Little Britain spoof, and it has been on all 100 Greatest TV Treats programmes so far. Very good!
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