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Anyone seen this show? It's basically Ricky Gervais being played by Warwick Davis
I know a lot of people can't stand Gervais but having Davis as the focus might make it watchable for you
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Personally I think Gervais has turned into an erse, but Warwick Davis might be funny to watch I will have to watch the 1st before I decide to continue with it.
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Watched it today, was a bit disappointed to be honest
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Have it recorded, so will see after
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Watched it yesterday. It was alright but the best bit was Liam Neeson's bit in the middle.
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That's what they said on the BBC boards - the LN bit was LOL and the rest was meh.
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Bouncy Castle wrote:That's what they said on the BBC boards - the LN bit was LOL and the rest was meh.
It was crap . Don't like Rick Gervais at all. Still can't see what all the fuss was with The Office and Extras. Idiot Abroad 1 + 2 worked because Ricky is barely in it and Karl Pilkington is a skewed genius.
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