Piza. Birthday pie. Pints 'o cream. Potato grids. Pork cylinders. Artificial bacon (facon). Large macs. You name it.
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Piza. Birthday pie. Pints 'o cream. Potato grids. Pork cylinders. Artificial bacon (facon). Large macs. You name it.

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Unlike most sketch comedy shows, this one does not use a laugh track. However, the BBC added them for the "Best Of" and "Christmas" specials. See more »

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A really funny comedy show.
24 June 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Peter Serafinowicz is an extremely talented guy. I wasn't aware of how good he is at comedy until I watched this show. The range of characters he plays are nearly all hilarious and superbly acted. The sketches are a mixed bag - ranging from good to brilliant. There are plenty of standout characters that really stick in the mind.

Sadly, the show wasn't given a second series. I can only guess it failed due to lack of publicity and the time it aired. The BBC really should have given it a second chance, because it's an excellent show, that deserved a chance to attract a big audience.

It will now be seen as a very very cult classic. I can only hope that Peter gets another chance to front a comedy sketch show.


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