First comes the success, then the backlash and the British press aren't about to change the rules. Andy has incurred their wrath and needs an experienced P.R. guru to help him. On the set ... See full summary »
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First comes the success, then the backlash and the British press aren't about to change the rules. Andy has incurred their wrath and needs an experienced P.R. guru to help him. On the set of his new film, Daniel Radcliffe is trying his staggeringly poor chat-up lines on anything female. Written by comicfan

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There's a post credit scene that goes back to the TV studio where the one of the host tries to pick out a challenged person just by looking at them from the back. See more »

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Darren Lamb: Annoyingly, they didn't go with the 'giving the kid an Xbox' angle.
Andy Millman: What angle did they go with then?
Darren Lamb: [holding up a newspaper] "TV bully kicks dwarf in face."
Andy Millman: Accurate. But, as you say, there's no such thing as bad publicity, is there?
Darren Lamb: [reading another newspaper headline] "Pick on someone your own size fatty."
Andy Millman: Oh, I guess there is.
Darren Lamb: Oh look, this is the worst one. "Suicide Bombers get lotto funding."
Andy Millman: What's that got to do with me?
Darren Lamb: Nothing... I mean, it's just shocking, isn't it?
[Andy sighs]
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Referenced in Life's Too Short: Episode #1.4 (2011) See more »

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Pure genius
30 September 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

When the episode started i thought i was on the wrong channel, the series within a series is pure genius. After the depressing but essential second episode this episode was surely going to be a cracker, and it was. Daniel Radcliffe(Harry Potter) was superb as the typical 17 year old boy, trying to play it cool with the ladies. Then there was the down syndrome incident which Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant are so good at, i was squirming with embarrassment and shouting at the TV begging them to stop. Andy Millman is fast becoming as iconic as David Brent, two characters who really aren't that different from each other. Both with hearts of gold and dreams of reaching the top. After three episodes of the series we are only half way through, when each episode finishes i can't wait for the next one, it just gets better and better.


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