Better than Twenty Twelve, which showed everything in the first episode. I work in a technology company, and I recognize much of the same behaviour in many of my London based colleagues.
But I agree – the BBC laughing at itself is hardly new – and sort of says everything about a self-obsessed capital city and its media mouthpiece.Posted 4 years agoapjMember
Bit disappointed really. There is nobody really cringeworthy, totally awful like a Brent, anti-hero like Malcolm Tucker or an “Everyman” type to contrast with the others. At the moment they’re all just really annoying: hopefully Bonneville’s character will have some kind of eruption, otherwise there’s too much gentle self-mocking in it for my taste. Will still watch, but BBC2 comedy has set the bar high.Posted 4 years ago
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