- Peter Kay – not funny
I like Miranda.
It’s the only niche I subscribe to on here, apart from The Archers.
Used to work with a bloke who was on the same uni course with Pete Kay.
He used to sit in the corner in the pub with a notebook apparantly, writing down all the funny bits of conversation.
Good luck to the lad, at least he made a decent career out of it rather than just doing a load of coke and bitching about how he might have made it.Posted 5 years ago
See, I don’t find McIntyre brilliantly funny myself, but I don’t understand the hatred – he’s just a decent observational comic isn’t he?
Does’t do a lot for me, but technically, he’s great.
Same with Mrs Brown.
It’s just The Glums isn’t it?
I’d have liked to have seen it as a stage show, I bet it was great.
The timing is spot on, but the material and characterisation leaves me cold without a pint.
I much prefer a classic clown – Stan & Ollie for preference, but Miranda’s doing a decent job & is perfectly watchable.
Someone a bit surreal, Vic & Bob, Milligan, or something that’s so well written that it just takes your breath away – Ronnie Barker’s Stuff or Eric & Ernie.Posted 5 years agosamuriMember
Is anyone else having trouble understanding what John Bishop is saying?
Oooh, don’t get me started. I’ve spent many, many years in Liverpool. Married a scouser, have plenty of scouse relatives and you know what? I’ve never, ever met anyone who talks like that. It’s almost like he’s putting it on but that can’t be true can it?
And at some point I assume he says funny things, but I guess I’ve not been there at the right time yet.Posted 5 years ago
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