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Comic Aid (2005)

TV Movie  |   |  Comedy  |  26 February 2005 (UK)
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DVD cuts Dylan Moran
26 July 2006 | by (Bristol, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The DVD of comic aid claims that it is live and uncut. A number of the acts have been spliced up which is a shame. I saw the live show which was brilliant but the DVD has omitted a few sections. I can understand why they cut parts of the bear talking with Johnathan Ross because of grating chemistry, but they cut Dylan Moran's' section drastically. He's a wonderful man to listen to, (see monster) and a hysterical actor (black books / the actors) but his seven minutes were cut by half, his closing lines leaving DVD audiences bemused. Why would the editors cut his sly and poetic observations but leave in johnny Vegas'intimidating drunken rants and sexual assaults on the audience?

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