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Most disliked or unfunny comedians

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  • Riviera said:

    JiMMy 85 said:

    Anything/one associated with that shockingly dire 'Mrs Brown's Boys'. Although I'm not sure it counts as I wouldn't categorise it as comedy!!

    It's the catchphrase comedy show that Ricky Gervais was ripping it out of in season two of Extras. Only, Extras came a few years earlier. So I can only assume someone saw the parody in Extras and thought "hell yeah, there's something in that..."
    Mrs Brown(e)'s and "her" derivatives have been around since the early 1990's, long before Gervais. People Like Us and Operation Good Guys were around long before The Office too
    Operation Good Guys was superb. Pretty much the same cast went on to do Lovery Honour and Obey which is a cracking film.
    There's a few moments in British tv comedy that have nearly made me sick with laughter, Liam Neeson doing improv on life's too short is one. The episode of operation good guys with Sean Pertwee is another. That was genuinely brilliant

    Brian Potter getting stuck on the stairs is another one in Phoenix Nights
  • DA9 said:

    Macronate said:

    He did focus predominantly on ‘race’ last night and was simply not at all funny about it.

    He joins a long line of “comedians” who concentrate on one thing and it’s just not funny

    Jo Brand - being female
    Patrick Kielty - being Irish
    Sarah Millican - liking cake
    Julian Clary - being gay
    Patrick Kielty / Cat Deeley. Make her laugh and she is yours forever. Can't think what else it is, batting well above his average.
    No he must be hung like a racehorse. I've never seen him say anything remotely funny when he's been on TV
  • Riviera said:

    JiMMy 85 said:

    Anything/one associated with that shockingly dire 'Mrs Brown's Boys'. Although I'm not sure it counts as I wouldn't categorise it as comedy!!

    It's the catchphrase comedy show that Ricky Gervais was ripping it out of in season two of Extras. Only, Extras came a few years earlier. So I can only assume someone saw the parody in Extras and thought "hell yeah, there's something in that..."
    Mrs Brown(e)'s and "her" derivatives have been around since the early 1990's, long before Gervais. People Like Us and Operation Good Guys were around long before The Office too
    Operation Good Guys was superb. Pretty much the same cast went on to do Lovery Honour and Obey which is a cracking film.
    which was mostly ad-libbed, not a lot of people realise that, superb film, stil laugh at the the fake sheiks and viagra scene
  • The more comedy you watch the harder it is to find anything original.

  • Mrs Brown(e)'s and "her" derivatives have been around since the early 1990's, long before Gervais. People Like Us and Operation Good Guys were around long before The Office too

    Operation Good Guys was superb. Pretty much the same cast went on to do Lovery Honour and Obey which is a cracking film.

    which was mostly ad-libbed, not a lot of people realise that, superb film, stil laugh at the the fake sheiks and viagra scene

    they did a film called final cut which was good and in a similar style
  • DA9 said:

    Riviera said:

    JiMMy 85 said:

    Anything/one associated with that shockingly dire 'Mrs Brown's Boys'. Although I'm not sure it counts as I wouldn't categorise it as comedy!!

    It's the catchphrase comedy show that Ricky Gervais was ripping it out of in season two of Extras. Only, Extras came a few years earlier. So I can only assume someone saw the parody in Extras and thought "hell yeah, there's something in that..."
    Mrs Brown(e)'s and "her" derivatives have been around since the early 1990's, long before Gervais. People Like Us and Operation Good Guys were around long before The Office too
    Operation Good Guys was superb. Pretty much the same cast went on to do Lovery Honour and Obey which is a cracking film.
    which was mostly ad-libbed, not a lot of people realise that, superb film, stil laugh at the the fake sheiks and viagra scene
    Ha ha just cracked up remembering that scene! :-)
  • Ken Dodd - was told he cries for three hours after his shows, through sheer terror/exhaustion. Most of them are manic depressives and deeply unfunny off the stage, which is a shame actually. Poor sods.
  • Ken Dodd - was told he cries for three hours after his shows, through sheer terror/exhaustion. Most of them are manic depressives and deeply unfunny off the stage, which is a shame actually. Poor sods.

    And Mickey Flanagan is sadly deeply unfunny on and off stage...
  • Some ride on fashion (laugh or you're not in), some throws situational riddles (laugh or be considered intelectually unfit for this ).
    My favorite comedians just need to turn up and like in Mozart's case, it all seem so simple...

    Mozart did stand up?

    Try 'Così fan tutte', you'll never go back to Del boy and Rodney
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