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5 minutes ago, WILF said:

 

I remember him, from years ago funny cnut, I remember he played a good sketch were he played a dodgy lawyer, like the character Sean Penn played in a gangster movie 

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3 minutes ago, downsouth said:

 

I used to really like Jim Jeffries and have been to see him.......then he went to America and turned into a right f***ing prick.

His “up Gunther, up” routine was brilliant 

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Paul Kaye lmao,getting old only seems like few years back,Steve Coogan as Paul Calf was spot on for 80’s ...you a student lol

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16 minutes ago, WILF said:

I used to really like Jim Jeffries and have been to see him.......then he went to America and turned into a right f***ing prick.

His “up Gunther, up” routine was brilliant 

Got to agree mate.Cant believe how much he's turned into a politically correct prick considering what his routines used to be like.

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If you’ve talking about comedy shows then partridge has to be in there....I like the office , the league of gentlemen and Phoenix nights although I know a lot of them aren’t to peoples taste . 

A big shout out has to go to Simon greenall , he is from the  same little town as me and was in my mams class at school. He’s often knocking around at town events and is a very shy retiring man in real life . He’s famous now for his voiceover work as Sergei the meerkat from compare the market adverts but in my eyes this is easily his finest moment. ....

 

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16 minutes ago, THE STIFFMEISTER said:

If you’ve talking about comedy shows then partridge has to be in there....I like the office , the league of gentlemen and Phoenix nights although I know a lot of them aren’t to peoples taste . 

A big shout out has to go to Simon greenall , he is from the  same little town as me and was in my mams class at school. He’s often knocking around at town events and is a very shy retiring man in real life . He’s famous now for his voiceover work as Sergei the meerkat from compare the market adverts but in my eyes this is easily his finest moment. ....

 

“You will pay the price for being fussy eaters” is one of my all time favourite lines ever !

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A few right good comedians and then there The Big Yin himself Billy Connolly...the mans on a different level imo.

Auld Kevin Bloody Wilson is not too bad aswell

 

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2 hours ago, THE STIFFMEISTER said:

If you’ve talking about comedy shows then partridge has to be in there....I like the office , the league of gentlemen and Phoenix nights although I know a lot of them aren’t to peoples taste . 

A big shout out has to go to Simon greenall , he is from the  same little town as me and was in my mams class at school. He’s often knocking around at town events and is a very shy retiring man in real life . He’s famous now for his voiceover work as Sergei the meerkat from compare the market adverts but in my eyes this is easily his finest moment. ....

 

All those you mention are on my list of all time greats plus a few others. It’s not just their originality & great writing/performances,   but a special type of Brit humour that can’t be replicated elsewhere.

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Seen all the current big names live ,and Mickey Flanagan is the tops ,he is relevant to my era and love observational comedy ,simple but funny ! Also best to see these guys in small venues ,O2 no thanks ! 

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Pure comedy gold

 

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5 minutes ago, Accip74 said:

 

Pure comedy gold

 

It's reckoned Father Ted had a lot to do with the Catholic church losing its psychological grip on people in Ireland. People, including me, an ex catholic, had never seen the piss ripped out of the church before. It was groundbreaking in a way. Kind of liberating. And very true to life.

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6 hours ago, WILF said:

😂 😂 “Why do you kill bears?”

”err....for fun” 

😂 

 

I was just gonna post that 

he has some back wheels that man 

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