STAR RATING:*****Unmissable****Very Good***Okay**You Could Go Out For A Meal Instead*Avoid At All Costs
It would appear from this programme's IMDB homepage that a lid is about to be closed on the whole can of worms,with it's [TV Series 2002-2003] notice.I'm guessing maybe around christmas,or even the new year (if this is actually the case,although I can't guess what else it might be).I can just imagine the (probably literal) big song and dance they'll make about it as the final instalment draws near.
And that would mean it's only lasted for a year.Oh,tragedy.
Well,there's only so far that degrees of celebrity (in this case,Iain Lee and Kate Lawler) can go.And there's certainly only so far an inferior,lacklustre show can be stretched.
This can ultimately be seen as little more than a half hearted attempt to fill a gap in the meaningless void left in the hearts of sad,die hard Big Breakfast fans,with presenters who would probably not even qualify to that deceased show's standards.
Lee is an irritating,third-rate comedian whose constant high pitched hollering and comedic mugging lowers the standard of the show even further.Lord help the poor guests who are trying to explain or answer a question,only to be interrupted on frequent intervals.
And then,there's Kate.Her vacuous,nonchalent manner would suggest a girl who is not particularly a force to be reckoned with,but in fact,this is one devious,manipulative girl we have in front of us.
We all know sex sells,and,despite her abundant lack of presenting skills,not to mention chemistry with her co-host (although,fair play to the girl, establishing an effective rapport with this baffoon would probably prove a challenge to Michael Parkinson),Kate seems to have figured that wearing the shortest skirt in her wardrobe and exposing as maximum an amount of leggy flesh as possible (and choosing a nice pair heels to compliment it) every morning will cause a large majority of the male population to wake up from their kip at 6:55am just to cop a glance at her.
And,speaking of which,one question to Zora,the weather girl:Are those breasts real?Aaargh,I watched some of that delightful Fierce Creatures movie again today,and was just reciting a wonderful one-liner delivered by Kevin Kline to Jamie Lee Curtis.
Seriously though,everyone's gotta know the weather,right?,and this girl has bazongas large enough to offer competition to Jordan in terms of frontal supplement.Again,the male viewers would soon catch notice of this and,in this case,suspicion is aroused as to whether she's had a boob job and resorted to plastic surgery to boost ratings,not to mention most likely her career.This show offers smutty incentives by the bucketload,and it's made all the more tacky and demeaning as a result.
Overall,this is an amateurish,poorly made and poorly presented show.If it does go off the air,well,looks like I will get that lie in after all.**
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