Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

Season 13 Episode 2

Trinny & Susannah, Samuel L. Jackson, Quentin Tarantino, KT Tunstall.

Aired Friday 10:35 PM Sep 14, 2007 on BBC
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Trinny & Susannah, Samuel L. Jackson, Quentin Tarantino, KT Tunstall.
Samuel L. Jackson and his delightful hat return to the show.

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  • Great line up and great interviews (except Trinny and Susannah)

    The guests this should have made up a great line up, Quentin Tarantino, Samuel L Jackson... even KT Tunstall but why would they shadow these great guests with - Trinny and Susannah. It sort of ruins the it...

    Another thing that ruined the beginning was the dog - I don't mind a few dog jokes that he did last season but then it became excessive with him talking about his dogs every week. This time he brought his dog with him "Mr Pickle" and for 5 minutes we had to watch his dog walk around on his desk with him trying to make it sit. Not good television.

    The first interview with Quentin was something I was looking forward to and it didn't disappoint, he is so excitable and he comes across as slightly mad - all good things so far. It was a funny interview and he is certainly one of the most famous to appear so far.

    The second interview was with Trinny and Susannah, I've never been big fans of theirs and I find them slightly annoying criticising other people when one of them (don't know which one's which) walked on wearing C3PO's stomach. Anyway, their interview ruined a great lineup of Hollywood's most famous. It seemed as though Tarantino didn't know what to make of them.

    Last was Samuel L Jackson and it was a great interview. With no real film to plug other than a small role in 1408, it was mostly cast around his life and career as a whole rather than a film. It's refreshing to see someone come on without trying to plug their film every other sentence. The ending with him reading the song lyrics was one of the best bits of FNWJR ever.

    The music at the end from KT Tunstall was slightly better than average on Jonathan Ross but that is comparing it to some pretty poor bands coming on before her.moreless

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