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 Noel / ... (12 episodes, 2012-2014)
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 Smooth / ... (9 episodes, 2012-2014)
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 Dolly / ... (9 episodes, 2012-2014)
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 Andy Warhol / ... (8 episodes, 2012-2014)
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The Adventures Of Noel And His Friends Smooth, Andy Warhol And Dolly.

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Luxury Comedy 2: Tales from Painted Hawaii  »

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Noel Fieldings first mainstream solo series after the Mighty Boosh See more »

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Dondylion: [a keeper has made a rude gesture] British sense of humour! British sense of humour! I've heard about it, I've read about it but I've never actually seen it with my own Lion Peepers. I call my eyes "Peepers"!
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This is Noel, as he's always promised, but never before delivered.
14 January 2013 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Luxury Comedy is definitely the work of Noel Fielding. It's overflowing with much of the same surrealism we've seen in The Mighty Boosh, as well as his stand-up. We've heard him talk about himself in absurd terms. We've seen his wistful creations. Every time we've seen his works, we've seen flashes of a bubbling caldera of surreal, outlandish creativity, but always somewhat suppressed, somewhat mired in the interests of making his humour palatable. Luxury Comedy is what happens when the caldera explodes. This is Noel unchained. The show is a sea of glam, paint, and insane creations. This is not just Noel talking about how is unique mind works, this is him showing you, and it's... it's weird.

It's very weird. It's definitely the weirdest show I've ever watched. It subverts, deliberately, just about every convention it can get its finger paint-stained hands on. These conventions, of course, are comforting and are usually there for a reason, and when all of them are stripped so unceremoniously from the show, it can feel genuinely uncomfortable. The humour billed in the show's title is inexpressibly bizarre, typically staying well clear of punchlines, or anything else to make you laugh out loud. Instead, there's generally a haze of amusement that pervades the show. Some sketches in the show, such as the incomparable Jelly Fox sketch, hold our attention for their sheer hypnotic brilliance, even if they're not particularly humorous.

Naturally, it doesn't always work, on the level of art or entertainment, but it never feels forced. It is hypnotic, addictive, and surprisingly more-ish once you give it a generous chance. If you have an above-average tolerance for surrealism, I recommend you give it a go.


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