An irreverant talk show hosted by Irish comedian Graham Norton.
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Graham Norton ...  Himself - Host 12 episodes, 2004
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An irreverant talk show hosted by Irish comedian Graham Norton.

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variety show | non fiction | See All (2) »

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Sideshow. Peepshow. Talkshow. See more »

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Official Sites:

Comedy Central

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USA

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English

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24 June 2004 (USA) See more »

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So Television See more »
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Stereo

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Host: Commenting on Britney Spears and the engagement ring given to her by her fiance Yes... The ring was five carats... that's one karat for every week that they'll stay married...
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Referenced in Tosh.0: Nintendo 64 Kid (2009) See more »

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not that bad, actually.
23 July 2004 | by spectre316-1See all my reviews

What's with the intensely homophobic review from the person in Providence? I've seen this like four times, and each time it's been pretty damn funny (except for the last episode... that was so-so). Even though Graham Norton is gay, it doesn't make the show into some weird "gay" fest like the person says. It's just a really funny talk show that should be on every night. Obviously, if the person is gay, the entire show sucks? That's like accusing Jay Leno or Conan O'Brien of making their shows too straight (oh GOD! NOT THAT!) because they're straight. That review is reason to believe our society is regressing, not moving forward. Devo was right.

Ah. Yeah. Back to the show. Graham Norton is a pretty funny guy, and most of the skits are incredibly entertaining. The cell phone skits in which he leaves both a cell phone and a hidden camera in some odd place are always great. He'll call the cell phone when someone is near, and just... talk to them.

Sometimes, though, I get the sinking suspicion that at least a few of these skits are fake. Especially when he calls up someone and has one of the guests talk to them.

But a minor quip in a usually funny series. If it was on every weeknight around 11:00-ish, and on Fox or ABC or something like that, Jay Leno and David Letterman would have some serious competition.


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