Through work colleague Laura, who produces graphics for album covers, Rob sits in on a photo shoot with model and would-be singer Aimee, lying to her that he is friendly with top recording artists. ...
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This is one of the best comedy shows I have seen in recent times. Although the story starts a little slow, the episodes get better and better, winding up to the grand finale. Daniel Mays plays an excellent role as the unwilling star in series of unfortunate circumstances of his own doing. The humour is well constructed and organised with events rolling from one laugh to another. The language is a bit strong so it wont suit the smaller kids but it's one of the freshest comedies on the recent market. The American market might find it hard to get into as it's not geared to the US style of slapstick / deadpan that is associated with many American made productions.
Looking forward to the next season.
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