Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

Season 13 Episode 3

Dame Helen Mirren, Richard Hammond Christian Slater, The Hives.

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Aired Friday 10:35 PM Sep 21, 2007 on BBC
7.6
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Dame Helen Mirren, Richard Hammond Christian Slater, The Hives.
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There's a 'Hair Off' this week: Richard Hammond - the indestructible one from Top Gear, brings his new, flowing locks to compete with Jonathan's luscious mane. Dame Helen Mirren's naturally girly hair might not be enough to secure victory, but Christian Slater is in with a chance. If it's decided by facial hair, Dr. Matt Destruction from The Hives will walk it, even though he's bald. Bring it on!moreless

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  • Not my favourite but stil well worth watching

    8.9
    This episode started with Richard Hammond. I like him but this interview wasn't very good. It was lovely to see the interactions between him and his wife however there is only so much you can do based on his accident. He has already been on the show last season after his accident and talked extensively about it. This time I thought they would move on but it was, again, based around the crash. It would have been nice to see him move on past this. I also don't like his new hair...



    The second was Christian Slater, I remember it was quite funny at the time but now I can't remember any of it. I guess it wasn't THAT funny after all.



    Last came Helen Mirren and she showed a side completely different to who I thought she was and it was fun to see that she is such an outgoing, fun person. It was a good interview and is more the standard this show should be at.



    The Hives were quite good too. The bad part is when Jonathan Ross announced next weeks guest, it sort of shows that the guest list is beginning to struggle after a very strong start.moreless

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