- Saturday 5th February 2011, 12:17pm [Edited]
- Aldershot, England
- 5,819 posts
Not really relevant even if she is, as I do not deny the woman has worked her way up the right way, and deserves some sort of show. My concern is that the show itself is nowhere near as good many make out, did not deserve to beat better sitcoms to the award and owes its popularity to a very deliberate people pleasing formula.
I see it as a little sister to that other formulated to please sitcom, The godawful Vicar of Dibley, starring another people's favourite female funny person.