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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This is independent life: Year One. Meet Danny, a new university 'fresher' who just wants to cut his past loose and get on with his life. However, he's about to get an earth-shattering ... See full summary »
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.
It seems that only 2%of the people who saw this alleged comedy hate it....but the other 98% have forgotten it.
"Written", for want of a better word ,by narcissistic talent vacuum Johnny Vaughn who also stars. The co-star is Britain's Least Funny Man Ricky Grover. Grover's presence in any production in any capacity guarantees an instant fail.
The majority of people say that this series is unfunny. They are wrong. Unfunny is the lack of amusement. This production is actually ANTI funny ie the opposite of funny.
As well as being ineptly written and acted it is incompetent in every imaginable area..direction, production values and so on.
If you haven't seen this tripe, count yourself lucky.
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