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Contrary to another reviewers opinion, Lee Nelson's Well Good Show is not as stated 'Probably the worst show ever to be broadcast on BBC 3' but is for the most part a masterclass at improvisation and audience participation.
I actually only caught the end of the series by accident whilst channel hopping but was surprised at how brilliant Simon Brodkin's Lee Nelson was at engaging the audience with lightning fast one-liners and observational comedy. I have since watched the entire series and was so impressed that myself and two friends went to watch him live in Preston which included an unexpected appearance from Omelette on stage and a part in the DVD extras.
I implore people to watch the first series and make up their own minds. I guarantee you will not be disappointed.
(By the way, I am a 39 year old teacher so neither brain dead nor humourless)
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