A series of self contained TV films starring performers from London's "Comic Strip" comedy club and their friends. Noted for a high sense of parody of previous films, literature, and generally everyone in sight.
A thirty something couple, concerned that they're out of touch and no longer fashionable, decide to rectify the situation by dragging themselves to the latest hip brunch eatery. As they ... See full summary »
In the 1970s we see the redoubtable and eccentric Barbara Cartland, prolific author of hundreds of romantic novels, being interviewed on television, where she expresses anti-feminist views.... See full summary »
India Skye Beale,
Heya! This is my first post! Yay! I really enjoyed the series, and it was written really well. Its nice to have a number of different stories to follow, without being really confused! And the characters are portrayed fabulously! The guy who plays Russel is a brilliant actor, and the way he has shown Russels struggle with his religion and sexuality are great! Also its nice to see Rik Mayall back, he is also a great actor, and has tackled Georges chaotic and sometimes upsetting life in a really good way. I just hope there is gonna be another series of this show, and that it is a good as the first! Also can't wait till Thursday's, as I wanna see how the series is ended, and how all the stories are ended! If you know, please tell me!
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