"Lille Lørdag" is a TV-series consisting of many different parts, mainly parodying older NRK (and general TV) productions and stars (Erik Bye), and previous prime ministers (Einar ...
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A sketch comedy program with Norwegian comedians Atle Antonsen, Harald Eia, Bård Tufte Johansen and Kristopher Schau performing sketches typified by poking fun at people from Northern Norway and regional dialects.
Bård Tufte Johansen
A comedy sketch show wherein three brothers, who are not actually brothers, gives a tour of their work place at a television studio and in the meantime expose us to peculiar personalities and TV-show concepts that inhabit that environment.
Bård Tufte Johansen
"The Julekalender" is a Christmas story about three "nisser" who have to go from the North Pole and back to the "hule" (cave) in the Norwegian province of Trondelag to find the life melody ... See full summary »
Norwegian mock-reality-TV-game-show where a group of people are dressed up as Christmas gnomes, moved into a small barn loft and filmed at all hours. Forced to survive on a diet of marzipan... See full summary »
In this prequel to Elling (2001), Elling, a slightly autistic, but opinionated young man, lives with his aging mother who is worried what he'll do without her. She decides to take him on a trip to Spain to see new things.
Per Christian Ellefsen,
"Lille Lørdag" is a TV-series consisting of many different parts, mainly parodying older NRK (and general TV) productions and stars (Erik Bye), and previous prime ministers (Einar Gerhardsen). It does so by pretending that they are heroes. The programs usually end with a short series. In the second production year, this was a comedy called "Min Drømmeserie" and took place in Arendal, generally parodying the Arendal dialect. In the third year, it was a so-called horror story based on old Sami religion.Written by
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This is a Norwegian TV show that aired in the years 1995-1996. I didn't watch it much at first, but then I got more interested, and now they're showing some of the best moments again, and I watch it every time. I guess you have to be Norwegian to think it's funny, but to me this is right up there with Monthy Python and the others. This show used the most absurd humour you have ever seen, and somehow it was still funny. Anyway, this is my all-time favourite TV show, along with "Åpen post", another Norwegian show by the same people, and some American sitcoms like "Two guys, a girl, and a Pizza place" and "Seinfeld".
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