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It's probably worth mention that out of the 200 odd votes for the show, 30% gave it 10/10 but the spread of the rest (which was pretty even) brought the average down.
I'd bet money that the lower votes all came from people over 45 - not a show for the older generation!
See full summary » Two private bankers, Alistair and Jamie, who have the world at their feet get their kicks from playing a 12 hour game of hunt, hide and seek with people from the margins of society. See full summary » Mark and Jez are a couple of twenty-something roommates who have nothing in common - except for the fact that their lives are anything but normal.
Mayhem ensues as the pair strive to cope with day-to-day life.
and John Culshaw's Impression Show deserves special mention as being dull, boring and repetitive; but all being 'tenured' BBC shows seem to receive high praise and repeat commissions instead of criticism.
(Armstrong and Miller were much better and a lot edgier when they were on Channel 4).
With the Kevin Bishop show, it's never boring as a result of not falling into this same trap and I highly recommend it - hopefully he will keep making comedy as he certainly should be better recognised for the talent he is.
You can catch all the episodes for free on 4o D as well.
It’s funny (sic).” But there was a vast array of negative responses on Twitter to the 30-minute broadcast, with many viewers saying that the sitcom should have been left in the past.I thought, ‘We can’t tread over this ground.’ I hoped it would go away.But it didn’t.” Forty years after Ronnie Barker’s Norman Stanley Fletcher, aka Fletch, served his time in HMP Slade, the BBC offered Bishop the part of his grandson Nigel, serving a five-year sentence for cybercrime in HMP Wakeley.Here, Aaron Jeffries, the Greenleaf family's attorney and close confidante, consoles Kevin during his difficult time.Before either of them know it, a friendly touch on the shoulder turns into a kiss.