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A Tribute to the Likely Lads (2002)



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Audrey Collier (as Jayne Charlton MacKenzie)
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Radio Presenter (voice)


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Almost unbelievably bad.
30 December 2004 | by (England) – See all my reviews

The most overrated pair on British television team up to prove that they have every bit as much to offer the world of 'acting' as they do for 'comedy'.

If this is a tribute, I would hate to see them remake a programme that they didn't like.

The lads should stick to what they are good at, whatever that might be and leave this type of thing to people who actually have talent.

Just show the original and get these two off the television.

This is a disgraceful waste of money and the thought that they were paid for it makes it all the less palatable. Next time they turn up at a television studio, give them a mop apiece and get some use out of them.

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