Paul Clark is a cab driver and wannabe small-time criminal, assisted by his best friend and partner in crime, Sean, whom amusingly misapprehends the sticky kerfuffle they always seem to to ...
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Paul Clark is a cab driver and wannabe small-time criminal, assisted by his best friend and partner in crime, Sean, whom amusingly misapprehends the sticky kerfuffle they always seem to to get themselves into, with his less than average intelligence, sparking an abundance of more problematic endeavors, which end up with the wrong result. These two oddities; Sean who has a pathological compulsion of lying accompanied by boasting about his scams with "mastermind- criminal acquaintances" and Sean's aggressive but never could be regressive nature only exacerbates their problems. They spend most of their time, either boasting or moaning about them with a pint in the local pub; run by Tim, who is constantly deceptive, with their friends getting a great kick from their mishaps.
The series earned the dubious distinction of being named by the British newspaper Metro as one of the "10 sitcoms even worse than The Wright Way (2013)". See more »
You handsome man. You great big big beautiful, handsome man! A bit of driving he says, he's only done a fucking blag, with Mervin Reese!
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Episode 1.4 ("May the Best Man Win") uses the Buzzcocks' "Ever Fallen In Love" as its end theme. See more »
I have seen most of the episodes and I loved every single one. I would put this up in the ali-g league. Johnny is fantastic and his fat friend is also very good: "this is my world!!" he he. I promise you that I am not Germaine Greer type reviewer which means that if you watch this you will truly be entertained! Nuff said!
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