We follow the altruistic schemes of thwarted Nigerian philanthropist Prince Alyusi, watch the over-amorous daytime antics of William and Funke, enter the golden age of Nollywood and meet Sassy Black ...
In the UK, and the world, we're all lucky to enough to have experienced different cultures in one way or another. Finally we have the first sketch show celebrating Black British culture since The Real McCoy ended in 1996. The parodies and stereotypes of cultures in this show are spot on and hilarious.
Moses Mountree is by far the funniest and he could have a show all to himself. Some sketches, as with any sketch show, may miss the mark, but on the whole this is thoroughly enjoyable. At 20 mins an episode, it's the perfect show to jump in and out of.
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