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 Arab Waiter 2 episodes, 2013
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The Slow Show!
26 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

OK, there are two ways that this rubbish got on TV... Kevin Eldon asked if he could have a six part 'comedy' show and the BBC said yes right away without even a second thought, or... Kevin Eldon was offered a six part comedy show by the BBC because nobody else wanted to do one.

This unoriginal assembly of silly gags borders on unwatchable. It's just further evidence of how unaccountable the BBC is and how it spends all that money. From the narcissistic opening song to the stretched out terrible jokes, this is going to be difficult for anyone with a whole brain to sit through. (I sat through the first episode so you don't have to.)

Kevin Eldon is simply not a funny man and has no original ideas. He's actually capable as an actor and has put together an impressive acting resume... but this shouldn't be a part of it.


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