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The Dance

Goodbye to Koh Samuii

I don’t have nearly enough knickers. Let’s just start out with that. I have packed so, so badly. The only clothes available on this island are tiny shorts, made for women with the hips of malnourished seven-year-olds, and vests with beer logos on them. 1,223 more words


Ewans 1000 TV Shows - 0002 - Peep Show

Peep Show: 2003 – 2015
Created By: Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain
Cast: David Mitchell, Robert Webb, Olivia Colman, Matt King, Paterson Joseph, Neil Fitzmaurice, Isy Suttie…
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David Mitchell

Peep Show, A Retrospective

Whilst we could have written a Buzzfeed list of our top 10 favourite moments from Peep Show, we’re not going to for two reasons; Number one being that we’re not shit munchers (hopefully neither are you) and number two being that every single moment of Peep Show, every single second of the saga of the El Dude brothers (wooowooo) has been a totally unmissable and unparalleled narrative on the very duality of man. 734 more words



We are now halfway through the final series of Peep Show, and the El Dude Brothers are yet to disappoint. Threeism dials things back considerably after the madness that ensued last week, but it was no less funny. 469 more words



The El Dude Brothers are well and truly back. After last week  saw Mark and Jeremy brought back together into that mutually dependent/destructive bromance we all know and love, the second episode saw the status quo well and truly returned and possibly managed to top the excellence of ‘The William Morris Years’. 702 more words


Becoming Mark Corrigan: My unavoidable reality?

It often occurs to me as a twenty-year-old in Tory Britain that becoming Mark from Peep Show is an unavoidable reality. My period as a youthful idealist seems overshadowed by an impending image of my self-loathing future self, reciting the quote “It’s only the miracle of consumer capitalism that means you’re not lying in your own shit, dying at 43 with rotten teeth” over and over again, whilst swanning around the offices of the  880 more words

Top 5: Peep Show

Sahara-dry humour that induces spasms of laughter. Free of catchphrases, yet the most quotable comedy of the millennium. Starring two often unpleasant loners, who we and all our friends recognise as ourselves. 695 more words

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