An irreverant talk show hosted by Irish comedian Graham Norton.
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2004  
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An irreverant talk show hosted by Irish comedian Graham Norton.

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variety show | non fiction | See All (2) »

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The audience laughs at celebrity guests. And vice versa. See more »

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24 June 2004 (USA)  »

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Host: Commenting on Britney Spears and the engagement ring given to her by her fiance Yes... The ring was five carats... that's one karat for every week that they'll stay married...
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One of the best shows on television!
13 August 2004 | by (Boston, MA) – See all my reviews

I have never seen the British version of Graham Norton show, so when Comedy Central put it on, I decided to check it out. To be honest, with a lot of so-so shows on television nowadays, I had my reservations. I am very glad to say that I have been pleasantly surprised. I didn't even notice the hour flying by. Yes, the show is hosted by an openly gay guy. Yes, he has very eclectic and diverse crowd of guests appearing on his show. Yes, most of them are leaning left (as another viewer had commented). So what?

The best part about this show is the fact that it makes fun of itself more than it makes fun of other people. Graham knows that he is not shooting for Oprah level. He is doing the show in the best traditions of Dame Edna (another great British entertainer), Howard Stern, Jon Stewart, and others. He is there to entertain us, not to preach his "homosexual, left-wing, radical agenda". Give this show a chance, and you will definitely like it.


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