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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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Repeat it 5+ more times and you're just wasting my time.


But not mine. And my time is completely valueless thus I win. YOU LOVE IT YOU TROUT WHORE!


If your time is valueless, then it has a value of 0.

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Look, you're not going to change the fact that I enjoy and laugh at such things.

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*smacks wrist while gurning*


Look, you're not going to change the fact that I enjoy and laugh at such things.


Not at all, it was the logical fallacy that amused me, more than anything.

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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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I'll be watching this on iPlayer later. I do love a bit of Stewart Lee, and find slightly over-burning jokes far funnier than cramming as many into a short space as possible, à la Tim Vine, whom I find infuriatingly relentlessly unfunny.

I can definitely understand the complaints of anyone who doesn't like Lee. But he still really makes me laugh.


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The bar is set fairly low these days, isn't it?

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I can appreciate both ends, the long drawn out jokes ala Stewart Lee, and the 500 jokes a minute one liners of Tim Vine. And stuff inbetween too.

I just like funny

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My work here is done. *ascends to heaven*


The bar is set fairly low these days, isn't it?

So the Doc can get a round in.

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My work here is done. *ascends to heaven*


The bar is set fairly low these days, isn't it?


It is when the intellectual midgets require a drink.

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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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I'll be watching this on iPlayer later. I do love a bit of Stewart Lee, and find slightly over-burning jokes far funnier than cramming as many into a short space as possible, à la Tim Vine, whom I find infuriatingly relentlessly unfunny.

Stop being me. I hate Tim Vine with a passion.

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See how I descend to ad hominem to prove my point. That should amuse you.

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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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I'll be watching this on iPlayer later. I do love a bit of Stewart Lee, and find slightly over-burning jokes far funnier than cramming as many into a short space as possible, à la Tim Vine, whom I find infuriatingly relentlessly unfunny.

Stop being me.


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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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I'll be watching this on iPlayer later. I do love a bit of Stewart Lee, and find slightly over-burning jokes far funnier than cramming as many into a short space as possible, à la Tim Vine, whom I find infuriatingly relentlessly unfunny.

Stop being me. I hate Tim Vine with a passion.


He's awful. The only time I saw him live he was bottled off stage. Was in Birmingham, mind.

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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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It's like you've just been vomited on by a Boomer. You know it was your own fault for not spotting it sooner, but yet it tastes so good.


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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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myp wrote:
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I'll be watching this on iPlayer later. I do love a bit of Stewart Lee, and find slightly over-burning jokes far funnier than cramming as many into a short space as possible, à la Tim Vine, whom I find infuriatingly relentlessly unfunny.

Stop being me. I hate Tim Vine with a passion.


I thought you loved puns?

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I'll be watching this on iPlayer later. I do love a bit of Stewart Lee, and find slightly over-burning jokes far funnier than cramming as many into a short space as possible, à la Tim Vine, whom I find infuriatingly relentlessly unfunny.

Stop being me. I hate Tim Vine with a passion.


he never should have stopped doing Newnight.

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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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I do. Just not an endless stream of one-liners with no observational humour or preamble.

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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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I do. Just not an endless stream of one-liners with no observational humour or preamble.


If I were you, I'd steer clear of the bits and bobs thread...

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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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I already do.

Puns are the thing that I do when I'm on here or in the pub with my mates. I couldn't imagine going up on stage and doing it solidly for an hour—it'd be rubbish!

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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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Malc is right. Stewart Lee and Tim Vine are both excellent. It was marvellous to see Stew back on TV.


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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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Tim Vine is the rubbishest of the rubbish. And putting him and Lee Mack on a tv show together is someone's idea of a pisstake. That or the result of a drunken bet.

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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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Caveat - sometimes it's done right, and that's when you slightly overrun the joke. Repeat it once or twice more than expected. That's funny. Repeat it 5+ more times and you're just wasting my time.


I've often heard that a joke every 30 seconds is a good thing for a stand up comedian to aim for. Otherwise, it's just like an after dinner speech.



30 seconds? Fucking luxury!

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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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I got around to watching this last night. I didn't really laugh a lot, which is a shame as I usually love Lee's work. Hopefully it'll pick up. I'm not sure I like it being so short, though. With Lee's style, short time-slots just don't work.


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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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I got around to watching this last night. I didn't really laugh a lot, which is a shame as I usually love Lee's work. Hopefully it'll pick up. I'm not sure I like it being so short, though. With Lee's style, short time-slots just don't work.


This sums up how I felt about it pretty well (I don't love Lee, but do enjoy his stuff). I do look forward to seeing the others - especially as Lave said he felt the books one was one of the weaker.

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I already do.

Puns are the thing that I do when I'm on here or in the pub with my mates. I couldn't imagine going up on stage and doing it solidly for an hour—it'd be rubbish!

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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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Watched the second episode last night, and it was definitely an improvement on the first. I laughed a fair bit more, but Lee failed to have me in stitches like a lot of his older material did.

On the parts I didn't find funny, his repetition stood out like a sore thumb and really began to grate on me. I can completely understand how non-fans find him annoying now.

I will keep watching, though. It did give me a few decent laughs.


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 Post subject: Re: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
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I laughed a lot harder during the first episode than the second.

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I've enjoyed it so far. However I can only assume that he's a lot better live, otherwise I'm really struggling to understand all the hype around him.


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I'm really not keen at all having made it through one and a half episodes now.

He really does come across as a completely smug twat whereas for some reason I don't find Richard Herring blethering on about his tour constantly and talking over Andrew Collins as annoying - even though it should be.

A lot of it's clever, but that doesn't mean it's funny. Al Murray last week was fucking brilliant and covertly clever, The TMWRNJ tour that I saw live years ago was painful because I laughed that much.

Maybe I'm expecting too much but like many things - he's not as as good as he used to be.

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A lot of it's clever, but that doesn't mean it's funny.


At times during the programme I saw I had the feeling that the material would work better in an article rather than as a spoken performance. There were some good ideas there, but they just weren't funny


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Watched the second episode last night, and it was definitely an improvement on the first. I laughed a fair bit more, but Lee failed to have me in stitches like a lot of his older material did.

On the parts I didn't fine funny, his repetition stood out like a sore thumb and really began to grate on me. I can completely understand how non-fans find him annoying now.

I will keep watching, though. It did give me a few decent laughs.


I'd about agree with this. I tittered more at this than the previous one for sure.

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He really does come across as a completely smug twat whereas for some reason I don't find Richard Herring blethering on about his tour constantly and talking over Andrew Collins as annoying - even though it should be.

I feel exactly the same, only the exact opposite. I've really enjoyed both episodes of SLCV so far, but find the Collings and Herrin podcast completely unbearable.

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How come this doesn't play properly on iPlayer, but everything else does? That's the second week I've tried at different times of the day to get it to play.

A: Because the BBC hates anything good.

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Have you tried using the download option on iPlayer? Both the first two episodes worked fine for me that way.

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How come this doesn't play properly on iPlayer, but everything else does? That's the second week I've tried at different times of the day to get it to play.


Yeah, I haven't watched it yet for that reason.


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I had to reload the page and click on the video several times to play it on my iPhone. I'm a tenacious bastard, me.


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I've seen Lee twice live and this show gives me the same vibe, it isn't gut-burstingly funny, but it is written to within an inch of its life. Not a dropped comma, a wrongly placed word or pause.

So it comes down to whether you can get into that vibe instead of the usual "BANG! CRASH! PUNCHLINE!". Personally, I take it or leave it, and have to be in the mood for something as considered as his stuff but when he hits, he really does hit.

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Really rather liked the Religion episode. Best one of the series.

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I laughed out loud quite a lot. It was good.


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Me too. Also, where can I go and see Jerry Sadowitz?


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Stew is the guest on Genius tonight at 10pm on Beeb2. I may break my self imposed rule and watch the otherwise fucking shit programme.

In other Stew news, I received my copy of What Would Judas Do this morning. I'm looking forward to a good old listen of that.

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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'


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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.

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Will do Mr Markh.

I listened to the delightful Rob Newman radio broadcast on iPlayer the other night. Very good it were too.

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since its the most up-to-date tv thread, whats decent on the uk tv at the moment since stew and newswipe has finished. be honest if its not on iplayer i probably wont watch it, convience and that.


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