Danny and Sammy work at a Glasgow market selling illegal dvd's and pirated computer games. Hilarious half hour comedy show.
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Steven McNicoll ...
Jordan Young ...
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Victoria Balnaves ...
 Kelly-Ann 5 episodes, 2007
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 Happy Boab 4 episodes, 2007
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 Policeman 1 / ... 3 episodes, 2007
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 Locatelli 2 episodes, 2007
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 Policeman 2 2 episodes, 2007
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Danny and Sammy work at a Glasgow market selling illegal dvd's and pirated computer games. Hilarious half hour comedy show.

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Absolutely awful
17 September 2007 | by See all my reviews

Legit is a Scottish sitcom produced by The Comedy Unit, written by Robert Florence and Iain Connell. It is set in and around a market, where the main characters, Sammy Fox (Steven McNicoll) and Danny (Jordan Young) work. Fox has recently split up with his wife Kelly Ann and is living in a caravan in the back garden of Danny's mother, May (Clair Grogan). What follows is basically an attempt at a Glasgow version of "Max and Paddy's Road to Nowhere", only with the jokes being replaced with the "Glesgae Banter". Only unlike the real thing none of the banter is funny. Frankly the only positive thing to say about it is at least it is not as bad as the Karen Dunbar Show.

Just goes to show that BBC Scotland will commission anything.


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