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Pretty Decent show, not enough John Cleese though.
3 November 2008 | by (England) – See all my reviews

A fairly entertaining show, with segments from John Cleese and a crowd of British "celebrities" reviewing random gadgets, new and old.

John Cleese is the selling point of the show, and unfortunately is only in a single segment which is split into two halves.

The rest of the show is divided up as follows: The narration is by a British "celebrity", and the other segments are either a "celebrity of the week" reviewing gadgets from their home, or a selection of lesser-known celebrities guessing the purpose of a gadget.

Worth a watch, but as John Cleese himself mentions: if anything exciting happens, it'll end up on Youtube anyway.


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