Jack Dee has joined, or perhaps he’s always belonged to, the community of people who think it’s funny to insult a place where people live, work and go to school. 944 more words
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What worried me about the first episode of Series 25 was that it felt like the show was trying to go in a cleaner, more polished direction, sort of distancing itself from the dark humor and mean-spiritedness, but in a good way, that made it great. 779 more words
Well…I’ve had a good life.
You see, when handling an annoying panelist, like Dappy or Donny Tourette or Mickey Hutton, I have to cling to the fact that the host or someone will at least screw with them and make it worthwhile for me, so I won’t have to listen to them too much. 1,352 more words
The story so far: In 2008, Russell Brand taped an episode of Nevermind the Buzzcocks. Then immediately after that he was caught in a phone scandal with Jonathan Ross (involving making fun of disabled people) which cost them some serious image work, but also managed to give Angus Deayton a hosting gig. 1,027 more words