Jimmy Carr returns with a brand new live stand-up DVD. Recorded live at London's Bloomsbury theatre, Jimmy unleashes brand new material upon his audience that is just too rude for TV, ... See full summary »
At the suggestion of a friend of mine, I was encouraged to watch this new show that might turn into a TV series called, Hotel Babylon. The premise is that of some land immigrants who work at a hotel and how they deal with daily occurrences and personality clashes. So, I sat down, taped the show and after it was over came to my own conclusion: it wasn't that bad. I'll admit, it started off slow in the beginning but picked up some speed before the end. One thing stood out though: the characters were strong, especially that of Awaovieyi Agie, portraying a Maintainence Man who was a cop in his native land. I hope to see more of his performances in the future, whether or not this show becomes a series.
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