FAQ U (2005– )

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A guest presenter asks four guest comedians some "frequently asked questions", to which they provide humorous answers.

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Justin Lee Collins ...
 Himself - Host (5 episodes, 2005)
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A guest presenter asks four guest comedians some "frequently asked questions", to which they provide humorous answers.

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20 July 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This was one of those half an hour programmes late at night that you just had to watch both for comedy value, but also it had frequently asked questions (FAQ) answered. The three hosts: the fantastic Justin Lee Collins, Peep Show's great David Mitchell and the okay Karen Taylor invited four celebrities every week to answer questions that almost everyone wants to know. They do not necessarily just give their answer to the question, they obviously ad comedy as well. They also have small special categories which questions can be put, i.e. concerning one subject. The guest celebrities included the terrific Ruth Bratt, and (the first time I saw him) The Friday Night Project's Alan Carr. It's kind of like Have I Got News for You meets Flipside TV. Very good!


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