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All I want to say is this. This show isn't gonna win any Oscars, lets just get that thing straight. But if your having a Saturday night in and fancy a chuckle, tune in.
The thing about Ant and Dec is you have to forget all the stupid, unimpressive things they do and really persevere because every now again they'll deliver a line that'll get your sides splitting. I think they're much better just improvising - working without a script. They are charming at times, any one has to admit to that. But sometimes, the things they do, I mean, they put a bit of plastic on their face with a huge camera following them around, and they expect people to believe them to be normal people? Er....no.
So all in all it isn't the best thing you'll ever see but it's far from the worst.
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