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bobbie22 | 20:23 Tue 22nd Dec 2020 | Media & TV
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I watched this for a few minutes. What on earth? .........

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Ditto :-)
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Never seen the like.
Just switched TV back on for University Challenge and caught the end. It did not improve!
Totally surreal, very clever and very funny, obviously way over your head....
Slightly tangental but am at a loss why anyone would want to make a programme like Dr. Pipplepopper and why anyone would want to watch it. Baffling.
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Janzman. Way over my head? What does that mean?
It wasnt that bad.
Greatly enjoyed. Laughed so much that it hurt.....very clever
Hilarious, but not everyones comedy style. For me far funnier than most modern comedians
bobbie, it means you are way too thick to understand it.
i have watched one, but it wasn't belly laughs thats for sure
Isnt being funny subjective?
I watched a bit of this a while ago and thought it utterly stupid. Way over my head - obviously.
I love the Goes Wrong productions. We were due to see Magic Goes Wrong when the pandemic happened. It's certainly not for those who don't like being hit by a large brick but as far as I'm concerned, it's my level and I can't get enough. The first one, The Play That Goes Wrong was very clever.
I loved it and had a good giggle. I wish they'd do more of these.
After a few moments of watching this with me my partner declared it
'a load of rubbish'. Then she continued watching to the end laughing as much as me.

Very, very funny.
I went to see the first play - and must confess it didn't stir my humour-buds.

A poorer version of the Whitehall Farces of Brian Rix and Co in the Fifties and Sixties - very dated to me, but I guess modern generations deserve a fling.

But all humour is very much a matter of taste.
The cactuses bit (sorry cacti) had me in stitches.

OK this theatre company's gags don't always work, but they're a lot better than many others.
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Barry many thanks for that info. I actually think that I am entitled to my opinion as are others on here. Please note I have not made any comments about others opinions.
As one whose Mum did amateur dramatics and worked backstage too! It has me in stitches! Some ‘old live’ TV is very similar!
If you get the chance, try and see the one where the set designer gets inches and millimetres mixed up!

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