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 Himself - Team Captain (40 episodes, 2008-2010)
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Two opposing teams of comedians are given series of topics to debate.

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great show
14 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I thoroughly enjoy this show. There's a great chemistry between Hound and Brigstocke. The topics and arguments are secondary. This is an improv show. The audience isn't really voting for one side of an argument; they're voting for the funniest performance. If you liked Who's Line Is It Anyway, you'll probably like this show too.

A lot of the comedians are also on Quite Interesting. I guess the British comedy scene is a lot like it's acting community where a lot of the personalities show up again and again. For the most part, that's good. Phil Jupitus, Sean Locke, and Johnny Vegas can't be beat.

I hope the show makes it to a third season.


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