I like programmes that reminisce on things you may or not have watched yourself, because you can relive and watch the things you remember and become interested in watching the things you haven't, and this show focusing on television in a particular decade was no exception. Presented by Catherine Tate, this documentary looks back at the best television comedy shown during the noughties, i.e. between the years 2000 - 2009, with insights into why they they captured the time, from those who starred and helped make them, and many of of the funniest moments from them. With contributions from Chris Addison, Ash Atalla, Alan Carr, Jarred Christmas, Leigh Francis, Mathew Horne, Dom Joly, Lee Mack, Al Murray, Graham Norton and David Schneider. Comedy programmes and series talked about and shown in the show include Bo' Selecta!, The Office, Miranda, The Mighty Boosh, Little Britain, The IT Crowd, Trigger Happy TV, Alan Carr: Chatty Man, Alan Carr: Tooth Fairy Live, Star Stories, Doctor Who, The Catherine Tate Show, Peter Kay's Britain's Got the Pop Factor... and Possibly a New Celebrity Jesus Christ Soapstar Superstar Strictly on Ice, The Thick of It, That Peter Kay Thing, Phoenix Nights, Live at the Apollo, Borat's Guide to America, Fonejacker, Gavin and Stacey and Newswipe with Charlie Brooker. Very good!
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