Sitcom about three old school friends navigating life together with their constantly nearby landlord.
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Series cast summary:
Josh Widdicombe Josh Widdicombe ...  Josh 19 episodes, 2014-2017
Elis James Elis James ...  Owen 19 episodes, 2014-2017
Beattie Edmondson ...  Kate 19 episodes, 2014-2017
Jack Dee ...  Geoff 19 episodes, 2014-2017


Sitcom about three old school friends navigating life together with their constantly nearby landlord.

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Depressingly unfunny
20 November 2015 | by alex_van_beekSee all my reviews

This show is like a sitcom minus the com. It's so bad it feels like it had a laugh track to it, but then they removed it because they felt that even the disingenuous pre-recorded laughter gave this show more credit as a comedy than it deserved. Everything about this show is a dry play-by-numbers of abused clichés that should never have been approved by the desperate horde of BBC production staff after the roofies Josh Widdecomb supplied them with had worn off. This show seems to whisper each line with the reserved embarrassment that it deserves. It genuinely made me feel sad. I approached this with an open mind and a willingness to be entertained but the longer I watched this in hope of some redeeming feature, the more I felt like the postponement of my liberation from this was some sort of cruel prison.

I can't think of many comedies worse than this from the BBC. Josh Widdecomb is incredibly tiresome in every way, from the undeserved appearance of smug self-fulfilment to his repetitive use of his irritating tone voice which parallels in its annoyance with that of Michael McIntyre.

I cannot imagine anyone sitting through this unless they came home from a long day at work, opened up a bottle of wine or cyanide (depending on how hard the day was), switching the TV on and then sitting down before realising the remote control was missing, being too tired to find it and then ending up following the wine with the cyanide.

Avoid this at all costs. I hope the desperation of the BBC talent pool evolves beyond the enabling of such traumas as this show and the tolerance of all things Josh Widdecomb.

I only awarded this show as high of a rating as 1 because of the quality of lighting and camera-work that you would expect from a national broadcaster like the BBC.

I can imagine this show being on repeat in a waiting room at a dignitas euthanasia clinic in Switzerland & if I am ever since one suffer the misfortune of being subjected to another episode then I may make a reservation there myself.

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