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Satirical Sketch Show That Lampoons All Aspects Of Television Including Channels, Adverts And Programming
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Series cast summary:
Stefan Ashton Frank Stefan Ashton Frank ...  Various 9 episodes, 2009
Andrew Brooke ...  Various 6 episodes, 2009
Peter Dickson Peter Dickson ...  Newsreader 6 episodes, 2009
Joel Fry ...  Various 5 episodes, 2009
Graham Headicar Graham Headicar ...  Various Roles / ... 5 episodes, 2009
Glenn Hirst Glenn Hirst 5 episodes, 2009
Simon Meacock 5 episodes, 2009
Robert Purdy ...  Various 5 episodes, 2009
Alun Raglan 5 episodes, 2009
Jonathan Ryland ...  Various 5 episodes, 2009
Gavin Webster 5 episodes, 2009
Suanne Braun ...  Various Roles 4 episodes, 2009
Stephen Evans Stephen Evans 4 episodes, 2009
Joy McBrinn 4 episodes, 2009
Chris Ryman 4 episodes, 2009
Duncan Wisbey Duncan Wisbey 4 episodes, 2009
Nick Ball Nick Ball ...  Various 3 episodes, 2009
Paul Bigley Paul Bigley ...  Various 3 episodes, 2009
Ian Burfield 3 episodes, 2009
Bob Cryer 3 episodes, 2009
Tony Law 3 episodes, 2009
Sammy O'Grady Sammy O'Grady 3 episodes, 2009
Jessica Regan 3 episodes, 2009
Jason Salkey 3 episodes, 2009
Robert Gillespie ...  Various 2 episodes, 2009
Jeff Innocent Jeff Innocent 2 episodes, 2009
Cornell John 2 episodes, 2009
Catherine Shepherd 2 episodes, 2009
Particia Varley Particia Varley 2 episodes, 2009
Victoria Wicks 2 episodes, 2009
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Satirical Sketch Show That Lampoons All Aspects Of Television Including Channels, Adverts And Programming

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A bit of a let down
23 February 2009 | by chrimbowSee all my reviews

I have seen similar kinds of shows to this before like "Broken News" (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0479827/) and "Unnovations" (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0303560/) for example, so I hoped this might raise the bar of this genre a bit, but sadly it was not as original as the producers would have us believe. Some of the sketches went on a bit too long such as the "Plastic surgery from hell" going on way past the funny point and even being revisited later on in the show. Funniest parts for me were "Deaf porn" with the signing couple translating the moaning and groaning into sign language in the corner of the screen, and the names of some of the shows in the information bar as the viewer hopped around the satellite pulp. I found my attention wondering away from the show as it went on and pretty much gone during the final sketches. Lets hope it gets better during the coming shows as it really needs to be a lot sharper. Overall, worth a watch but if you have Sky+ or a recorder, chances are you will find yourself fast forwarding or rather ironically, channel hopping off.


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5 February 2009 (UK) See more »

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