Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle - Series 2 Page 4

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Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle

Stand-up comedy show, punctuated with sketches. Stewart Lee tackle a different topic each week in his own inimitable fashion

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lofthouse

  • Saturday 30th April 2011, 10:28am [Edited]
  • Nowhere, England
  • 9,922 posts

Ohhh not long now!

I canny wait man! I CANNY WAIT!

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TopBanana

  • Sunday 1st May 2011, 7:08pm [Edited]
  • England
  • 2,311 posts

I see in my Sky + guide that Dave are repeating an episode from Series 1 next Saturday night.

Off-topic post by lofthouse on Wed 4th May 2011, 18:33

Good news about the FOF DVD but I would prefer a This Morning With Richard Not Judy DVD.

That was utter class!

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Afinkawan

  • Wednesday 4th May 2011, 6:59pm
  • Huddersfield, England
  • 2,302 posts

Dammit, I forgot to set the recording thing, which means relying on the misses to work it.

Which means I'll watch it on iPlayer.

Off-topic post by zooo on Wed 4th May 2011, 21:28
Quote: lofthouse @ May 4 2011, 6:33 PM BST

Good news about the FOF DVD but I would prefer a This Morning With Richard Not Judy DVD.

That was utter class!


They've been saying if enough people buy the FOF one, they'll be able to do TMWRNJ next.
So you know what to do!

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Martyn Jay

  • Wednesday 4th May 2011, 9:50pm [Edited]
  • England
  • 36 posts

I too would have preferred an earlier slot on BBC Four, but there's always iPlayer.

I've got a feeling that Stewart might have persuaded the BBC to hide it away in the schedules to avoid over exposure. If you go to his website at the moment, it keeps flashing up loads of negative comments people have posted about him online. I think he wants to put off the casual viewer. For fans though it is sure to be a real treat. My TV guide states that the theme of the first show will be charity. Last summer I saw him perform about 10 minutes around this theme, most of which was about crisps. He used the same style of repetition that he used when talking about rappers in the last series but built it up to make a very good observation about racism and prejudice. I can't quite remember how he achieved the leap in subject matter but it involved his grandad, poppies and Godzilla. It was great!

Also there will be a treat for comic book fans this series as apparently Alan Moore will be appearing in a sketch featuring spam and cocaine!

I hope there aren't too many spoilers there.

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Aaron

  • Wednesday 4th May 2011, 11:04pm
  • Royal Berkshire, England
  • 68,744 posts
Quote: Martyn Jay @ May 4 2011, 9:50 PM BST

I can't quite remember how he achieved the leap in subject matter...


You'll find out in just a few minutes!

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lofthouse

  • Wednesday 4th May 2011, 11:09pm [Edited]
  • Nowhere, England
  • 9,922 posts

Sheeeeet I'm bloody knackered and need my bed.

Can't believe it's on this late.

Boo!

:(

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Steve Sunshine

  • Wednesday 4th May 2011, 11:24pm [Edited]
  • Dagenham, England
  • 14,666 posts
Quote: lofthouse @ May 4 2011, 11:09 PM BST

Sheeeeet I'm bloody knackered and need my bed.

Can't believe it's on this late.


He actually started that joke at half past eight.

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lofthouse

  • Wednesday 4th May 2011, 11:52pm
  • Nowhere, England
  • 9,922 posts

Criiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisps!!!

Well that was quite good

Four jokes?

The bits with Armando were a pointless distraction though

damn, I need some Quavers...

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Joey Moose

  • Wednesday 4th May 2011, 11:56pm
  • Deepest, Darkest Midlands, England
  • 259 posts

Well, that was... Interesting?

No real laugh out loud moments for me, but I loved the way he deconstructed those four jokes, that was very funny. The rest was a little bit too surreal. Maybe that was the point? I'm not sure.

Not bad, but I was expecting better.