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A more refreshing and abstract sketch that can fill up time on the internet
Of the many sketch shows being offered at the moment, and backed with the ease of access to such comedy the internet gives us, I believe it is somewhat pleasing to see a familiar face perform something new. Matt King (as made famous by his character 'Super Hans' and his part in James Nesbitts' "Jeckyll") offers an edge to the show that could not be filled by most comic actors.
The show brings together a collection of characters from across the social spectrum and adds a satirical twist, giving someone lovable figures in society such as Prue-school teachers a socio-pathic edge. The material produced itself is a series of refreshing media.
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