It's a comedic universe but one in which Henry Fielding would have delighted. "Life everywhere," he once observed "furnishes one with a sense of the ridiculous." There are misfits, thieves, bullies, comedians, romantics, opportunists, lovers and friends. The mix on the city streets is often chaotic, often imbecile but nonetheless rooted in the undeniable precept that we do, indeed, live in a mad, mad world. And a world in which pandas, gorillas and people called Hammer rub shoulders. In which pensioners buy outrageous cars with dodgy money, hair dyes called Morning Something are made in Estonia and an Emperor struggles with the concept of arbitrage. Nonsense? Absolutely. And it's all Back In 2 Mins.