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PostPosted: Sun May 03, 2009 2:49 
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I'm seeing Mark Thomas tonight. I'm hoping it's more gags and a little less politics. I saw him do stand up like 15 years ago and he was amazing.


A bit late to reply, because you've already seen him by now, but I do hope he has moved back towards "being good" as opposed to "boasting about how he's been smashing the system by annoying receptionists and desk sergeants". In the days of Channel Four's Saturday Zoo (which badly needs to be put on UKNova), Viva Cabaret (ditto) and the first series of Comedy Product, he was Very Good Indeed. Since then: at best, a largely uninspired Rob Newman tribute act.

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he wasn't great. it was lots of boasting about things he's done with some okay gags thrown in there. he kept putting on a post accent for effect and it got tiresome.

glad I saw him, not sure I'll bother again though.

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Ooh, let us know what the sound quality's like. I almost insta-purchased but heard the sound was a bit 'lo-fi'


Listening to it now, it's not too bad at all. It's not a soundboard recording, it's a mic in the crowd. Perfectly audible and the crowd buzz is very good.

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he wasn't great. it was lots of boasting about things he's done with some okay gags thrown in there. he kept putting on a post accent for effect and it got tiresome.

glad I saw him, not sure I'll bother again though.


That is a real shame. I've not seen Mark Thomas live since he began doing the TV shows (so about 10 years) but when he was doing the 'straight' stand up he was without doubt the best and most filthy (these two things may be connected) British comedian of his generation.

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Ooh, let us know what the sound quality's like. I almost insta-purchased but heard the sound was a bit 'lo-fi'


Listening to it now, it's not too bad at all. It's not a soundboard recording, it's a mic in the crowd. Perfectly audible and the crowd buzz is very good.


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It is very funny as well. Very very funny indeed.

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I thought I really rather liked Stewart Lee's shtick before this series aired but, the religion episode aside*, I've struggled with it. Maybe I'm reading too much into it, but a recurring theme seems to be that literature is inherently more worthwhile than pulp and aren't we, the enlightened who understand such things, oh so superior. And while one can forgive a sixth-former his/her desperate need to maintain that point of view, for a forty (fifty?) year old man it's a bit... lame. Collins and Herring (I know) FTW!


*Because, I would say, criticising religion is a matter of rationalism (yaay!) rather than elitism (boo!), so that episode didn't jar like the ones I found irrationally elitist (triple boo!)


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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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On the basis of this thread I watched the religion episode last night on the YouTube and I have to say I was entirely underwhelmed. The video spots were unfunny to the last, and the stand-up was just a bit "meh". And I say this as a big SLee fan.

However, this thread has prompted me to check out Collins and Herring, which is brillopads. So on balance this thread is made of Win.

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However, this thread has prompted me to check out Collins and Herring, which is brillopads.

I'm really the only person who finds that podcast completely unbearable, then? Richard Herring's occasionally funny but you have to wade through a LOT of tedious dross to get to it while Andrew Collins, like his mum, is a fucking idiot.

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On the basis of this thread I watched the religion episode last night on the YouTube and I have to say I was entirely underwhelmed.
Sorry -- I feel a mite responsible for that. It occurred to me today that my view might've been spoiled by Fist Of Fun because I am, essentially, watching half an act as far as my brain is concerned.

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I'm really the only person who finds that podcast completely unbearable, then?
It did nearly go horribly wrong at one point -- there's a spate of episodes towards the start where they're basically just shouting at each other and it's all a bit much. It makes a nice change from some of the heavier poddies I listen to, though, which is quite handy as I listen to podcasts practically all day.


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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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This returns tonight! BBC2, 11.20.

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I toyed with watching it, then realised that I'd spend the entire time thinking of how much I want to punch Stewart Lee in the face instead of laughing. He does have an incredibly punchable face, doesn't he? (I could just close my eyes, but fantasizing about punching Stewart Lee is still more fun than sitting in complete, stony silence.)

Of course, this wasn't helped by reading that article about his 'Del-boy falling through the bar' bit. How dare he take shots at one of the finest pieces of physical comedy seen on British television? Fucking smug-faced cunt. I mean, its no longer as funny as it once was, but if you take any piece of comedy and rip its screaming form from the womb of context and force it to repeat itself twelve million times... Well, little can survive that. See also most of Python's famous stuff.


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I recognised the quote but still a genuine LOL reading the web address at the end of that :)

Good work. Not wrong either to be fair, no matter how much I love TMWRNJ / FOF (which is just out on DVD by the way).


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Rodafowa wrote:
Mr Chris wrote:
However, this thread has prompted me to check out Collins and Herring, which is brillopads.

I'm really the only person who finds that podcast completely unbearable, then? Richard Herring's occasionally funny but you have to wade through a LOT of tedious dross to get to it while Andrew Collins, like his mum, is a fucking idiot.

It took a while to warm up (about 13 episodes), but considering it's two blokes making stuff up as they go along, it's highly entertaining.

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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle - Series 2 (UPDATE)
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I mean, its no longer as funny as it once was, but if you take any piece of comedy and rip its screaming form from the womb of context and force it to repeat itself twelve million times... Well, little can survive that.


Isn't that, like, the irony/point of Lee's entire bit on the subject? I'm concerned that I may have jumped into some sort of multi-layered irony-fest here, and may have missed the point of Pundabaya's point. Or something.

But anyway, I thought last night's episode was alright. Hoping it gets better.

Also, excellent work getting quoted on his site! I can't believe we haven't had an influx of new members as a result, though...


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This returns tonight! BBC2, 11.20.

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I toyed with watching it, then realised that I'd spend the entire time thinking of how much I want to punch Stewart Lee in the face instead of laughing. He does have an incredibly punchable face, doesn't he? (I could just close my eyes, but fantasizing about punching Stewart Lee is still more fun than sitting in complete, stony silence.)

Of course, this wasn't helped by reading that article about his 'Del-boy falling through the bar' bit. How dare he take shots at one of the finest pieces of physical comedy seen on British television? Fucking smug-faced cunt. I mean, its no longer as funny as it once was, but if you take any piece of comedy and rip its screaming form from the womb of context and force it to repeat itself twelve million times... Well, little can survive that. See also most of Python's famous stuff.


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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle - Series 2 (UPDATE)
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Thanks to Dimrill, I saw this last night. I'd seen the material already, on his test run tour (albeit delayed until after he'd filmed the programme), but laughed more last night. Seeing his chubby little face helped, as did the excellent bits with Iannucci. I love Stewart Lee.

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Just saw him live at the stand and he read that out with the aside "and that's from a site called be excellent to each other" <stewart lee quizical look>

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It's "Be excellent to each other" not "Be excellent to Stewart Lee".

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Just saw him live at the stand and he read that out with the aside "and that's from a site called be excellent to each other" <stewart lee quizical look>

:D

Wow, Stewart Lee made me laugh! Sort of.

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Thought I'd bump this, as Stewart Lee's latest stand-up show, Carpet Remnant World, came out on DVD yesterday and (as we know) features our very own Pundabaya, with a reference to beexcellenttoeachother.com

So, best to bump this thread so that any newcomers visiting off the back of the DVD can find the right thread ;)


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Speaking of which, Fist of Fun series 2's now available from Go Faster Stripe.

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Speaking of which, Fist of Fun series 2's now available from Go Faster Stripe.

Oooo. Cheers Dimmers.

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fist of fun has been cut by the bbc though :(

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the cuts are:

- Episode 3 - Lady Diana segment
- Episode 4 - Parents suing a theatre segment
- Episode 5 - Reference to the child in episode 4

We’ve also removed the obsolete bbc email, post and web addresses from the end of each episode and the address of the newsagent that Peter visits.

And from the video podcast:

- reference to drug taking TV executives
“Stand-up” Stew’s opinion of his poor treatment by the bbc
- bit where Rich said Stew would lose his audience if he had sex with a child
- section mentioning Alan Partridge rights
- the section where they talk about buying back Fist of Fun for 2/3rd what the bbc paid them to do it in the first place


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Morris Mitchener's gone?! Lucky I still have the originally aired .avi then.

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Man, episode 3 must be ribbons then, as the show opens with the Diana bit.

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Morris Mitchener's gone?! Lucky I still have the originally aired .avi then.

Crikey, that takes me back!

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Go Faster Stripe are shipping Fist of Fun series 2 now. I got mine the morning. Nowt about the edits in the explainery text for each episode though.

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Oh man, the commentary tracks are awesome. And I don't use that word lightly.

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Bloody hell, Katy Brand's in the audience of episode one.

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Blinking flip... remember the teachers bit they did? Remember Stu's character's jailbait student obsession? That was Kelly Brooks.

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Bloody hell, Katy Brand's in the audience of episode one.

I know you don't mean this, but still.

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Plenty of Dye Ahn Are stuff in the production tapes. Strangely unexpunged the scamps.

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I quite fancy Katy Brand after googling her. She's a famous person, then?

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I also like Katy Brand. She's nicely built.

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