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This is a question I don't understand the attraction

Smaug says: Ricky Gervais. Lesbian pr0n. Going into a crowded bar, purely because it's crowded. All these things seem to be popular with everybody else, but I just can't work out why. What leaves you cold just as much as it turns everyone else on?

(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 14:54)
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Little Britain
At the height of it's popularity, I seemed to be the only person in the country that didn't think it was the funniest show on TV. Surely I can't be the only person who thinks it is utter, utter toss?
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 14:55, closed)
I concur with your appraisal.
That is all.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 15:02, closed)
I also concur
Never did find it funny, only mildly amusing in places and that's about it.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 15:05, closed)
I too concur.
Two series. That's all it should have been.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 15:51, closed)
You're not alone
I can take it or leave it, but Mrs Vaino detests it. Mind you, she is a Septic and therefore officially Does Not Understand The British Sense Of Humour.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 15:07, closed)
Little Shitten
Two grown men dress up as fat people, the disabled, the old and the homosexicals. Well done, what biting satire.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 15:18, closed)
concur also

(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 15:21, closed)
This show is a load of fetid whale spunk....

(By that I mean its not very good).
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 15:22, closed)
I like
Tom Baker's voiceovers.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 15:22, closed)
hated it
but then I don't like League of Gentlemen, The Office or Peep Show either.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 15:28, closed)
I hated it
But i LOVED the surreal sketch that was quite Morris-esque in its delivery. The strange man who visits numerous shops asking for odd things like Pirate memroy games for children aged 3-5 etc.

That was the ONLY good sketch.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 15:37, closed)
indeed, it was curiously funny in a relatively smirk-free show
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 17:13, closed)
I saw one episode and thought it was OK
Then I saw another couple of episodes and realised that they just do the same sketches every week with only a couple of minor cosmetic changes.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 15:43, closed)
is true.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 16:59, closed)
over and over
and over again.

I wouldn't mind if the sketches actual contained a semblence of something with humour in it, but I haven't seen one that has yet.

I know, let's get a bloke in a wheelchair who isn't really disabled and goes off to do things that able bodied people can do when his carer isn't looking. Let's do it the next week as well, and the week after that for four fucking years!

Wasn't even remotely funny the first time. Only a fool would continue doing something that doesn't work the first time.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 19:53, closed)
It's wank
That is all.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 17:06, closed)
I hate it
and also the medias love affair with it; you'd think Wallaims and Lucas had cured AIDS and world hunger.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 17:21, closed)
you're right
as soon as series 1 episode 2 was aired all the jokes were stretched paper thin.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 18:12, closed)
it's shit

(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 20:37, closed)
It was better
than the Catherine Tate show, which is about the best that can be said for it. I would quite happily claw that ginger freaks eyes out.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 21:07, closed)
You are not alone.
'nuff said.
(, Sat 17 Oct 2009, 16:54, closed)
Couldn't agree more. click.
Most TV these days is absolute drivel designed to evoke the clapping reflex in the chav seal. The only actually half funny show I have seen lately is how not to live your life, but only because I know people (or may in fact am someone) who live like that.
(, Tue 20 Oct 2009, 12:51, closed)

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