That Mitchell and Webb Look

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BBC Two (ended 2010)

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British sketch comedy gets a makeover in this BBC2 show. Comedians David Mitchell and Robert Webb elicit laughs through a brilliant mix of mockumentaries, TV parodies, character sketches and more. In 2007, the first series won Best comedy programme or series at the BAFTA TV awards.
  • COMEDIANS DAWN FRENCH AND JENNIFER SAUNDERS, HARRY HILL AND DAVID MITCHELL WHERE HONOURED AT LAST NIGHT’S TV BAFTAS WHILE LESS-KNOWN DRAMA STARS SUCH AS ANNA MAXWELL MARTIN AND STEPHEN DILLANE ALSO WON AWARDS.

    British comedy celebrated at BAFTAs

  • Olivia Colman

    Olivia Colman

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    David Mitchell

    David Mitchell

    Various Characters

    Robert Webb

    Robert Webb

    Various Characters

    Paterson Joseph

    Paterson Joseph

    Various Characters

    Abigail Burdess

    Abigail Burdess

    Various Characters

    Gus Brown

    Gus Brown

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    • Best Sketch show

      9.0
      Although this may not be as good as their Channel 4 show "Peep Show" it is still a good sketch show from these two men ARE funny, the three series so far have all been funny but I think I liked the most recent series to be the best so far dispite the two tramps only being in a couple of episodes. My favourite sketches are the parts where its David and Robert on the set I also like the sketches The Surprising Adventures of Sir Digby Chicken Caesar, Get Me Hennimore! and the infamous football advert which is one of the funniest parts of the whole series.moreless
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    Comedy

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    low brow humor, cringeworthy, offensive comedy, unlikely friendships, dry humor