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Desc:David describes his loveless adult situation and Brydon continues with C3PO.
Category:Humor, Classic TV Clips
Tags:david mitchell, Rob Brydon, Would I Lie To You?, door handle
Submitted:cognitivedissonance
Date:06/16/11
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Comeuppance - 2011-06-17
Is this show generally this good? Is David Mitchell on it a lot? I think I might have a new favorite show to fill the gaps in between QI seasons.
cognitivedissonance - 2011-06-17
It depends. Brydon is one of the smarmiest and least likable comedians on the planet, and he is very good and making viewers want to strangle him with his digressions.

That said, he's awesome on QI because you can just see the simmering rage on Stephen Fry's face when he blunders from bad impression to bad impression.

happy_ending - 2011-06-18
David Mitchell is one of the team "captains". Lee Mack is the other one. They are the two who are always on, (besides Rob Brydon). There is a youtube channel by "mrmoody" who uploads all the episodes. The earlier ones are a lot funnier because David Mitchell just goes off and Lee Mack eggs him on by playing the "Northern Oaf". It's like Stephen Fry and Alan Davies, except these two look like they want to kill each other.

Stephen Fry loves Rob Brydon. Brydon's assholeness is part of his charm.
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