Here’s a clip from the improvised BBC2 sitcom The Trip. http://www.bbc.co.uk/emp/external/player.swf Directed by Michael Winterbottom, Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon play “loose versions of themselves” as they travel around the Peak District, Lake District, Scotland, Lancashire, and the Yorkshire Dales writing food reviews for a national newspaper. Read more about it here. Love it.
Just popped out for lunch in Shoreditch. Reminded me of this. I think they’re now called “Hispters”. Scene from the excellent “Nathan Barley” series in which Dan Ashcroft gives a commentary on the rise of the idiot classes. Many people think this rant is the exposition of co-creator Chris Morris’s own feelings on popular culture.
There’s some absolute gems in here. 10 minutes of film genius:
FUCK YEAH!! Makes me feel a bit better.
I thought long and hard about posting these videos because I imagine quite a few people won’t like a) what Doug Stanhope has to say, and b) the way he says it. His bio reads like a NSFW website warning: “Dougs material ranges from true-life graphic perversion to volatile social criticism. Doug is vulgar, opinionated,… Continue reading Comedian Doug Stanhope on the US News Media networks
Remember this old diss you used to try and give at school? “Thats my name…. Don’t wear it out” Yoof update. Sick tune alert…!! YouTube link. As ever the YouTube comments provide another layer of comedy genius. – ps, you’re a fucking idiot – you is defo not hard – Don’t say his name. He’ll… Continue reading Dont Say My Name You’ll Wear It Out