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A brilliant idea for a show, a panel show but mostly the background to
the show. Rob Brydon does an amazing performance, in my opinion the
best performance he's ever done in TV. He's absolutely hilarious
throughout, he plays himself, a man who believes he's bigger than the
show but obviously he's nothing that he thinks he is. He believes he's
a big time presenter but he's still just scraping the barrel.
This show is absolutely hilarious, every episode Rob Brydon does impressions of other British TV personalities and they're extremely funny, slip your side funny. Its a show everyone should see, if you like Alan Partridge you'll love this show, Rob Brydon is a horrible person, he complains non stop, moans about every little thing, and is completely superficial.
You must see this show, you'll laugh no matter who you are!! See it!
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Rob Brydon, a comedy character actor I am really starting to warm to,
plays himself in this witty, at times savage attack on the mysterious
world of TV Panel shows. His unrelenting misery at the indignity of
being compelled to present one is a constant joy - he feels his talents
make him worthy of something far more prestigious - as are his
disparaging remarks behind the backs of his guests, which of course are
very far removed from his sycophantic witterings when in their
Very modern,, very sarcastic, and an absolute delight that shouldn't be hidden away on BBC3 for too much longer, though a third series has been deemed 'unlikely' by one of the panel show regulars, Dave Gorman.
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