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This is the funniest thing I've seen on television for a couple of years... probably the best comedy coming out of Australia now.
I've watched every episode more than five times and they never get old (except for the brief scenes with the moths).
Sam Simmons appears to be a bit of a love/hate personality in Australia, particularly after receiving death threats when it was announced (falsely) that he would permanently replace the host of an Australian radio show.
If you take Sam out of his Australian context and place him on the world stage (well Britain and Canada at least), then this stands with the best comedy made by Anglo-Saxons. I hope some Americans might enjoy it also.
Anyone who likes Vic and Bob, Python or Peter Cook should see this, it's pure joy.
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