Celebrities choose the best and worst TV moments that have affected their lives.




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 Himself - Host (12 episodes, 2006-2007)


Celebrities choose the best and worst TV moments that have affected their lives; after explaining their selections, they re-enact one of the moments with host Sean Lock. Written by thomaswake16

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26 March 2006 (UK)  »

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TV Heaven, Telly Hell
3 May 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I first came across Sean Lock as one of the team captains on 8 Out of 10 Cats, and he was instantly a great comedian. Then, not long after the second series finished he came back with this as his own show. Basically they bring a new celebrity every week to give their opinions about what they love and loath on television. The celebrity is given the chance to relive with clips, and then Locke questions their reasons for their like or dislike of the programme, whether obvious and ordinary TV, or not. Also at the end of the show, they practically relive a TV moment they saw. The guests they had included Jonathan Creek's Alan Davies, 18 Stone of Idiot's Johnny Vegas, Space Cadets' Johnny Vaughn, Black Books' Bill Bailey, They Think It's All Over's Nick Hancock and Peep Show's David Mitchell. Very good!

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