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2009/03/20 15:07:23 (permalink)

Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle

Bit late I know - tried to do a search but couldn't find anyhting.
 
Did anyone see this?
 
Fucking great IMO. Guys's proper funny. Can't wait for the next one.
 
 
 
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    Corpsey
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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 15:13:12 (permalink)
    He's a great stand-up, I did think some of the material was a bit weak though - ''I hate Harry Potter''? The sketches were also very uneven.
     
    But there were plenty of great moments and I look forward to the rest of the series. Did you watch the interview with Armando Iannucci on the red button? Very funny.



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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 15:13:49 (permalink)
    I saw this it was excellent. I hate Chris Moyles so was good to hear him rinsed.
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    cal2
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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 15:16:59 (permalink)
    heard good things about him. shame the programme was fucking wank
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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 15:17:45 (permalink)


    ORIGINAL: Corpsey

    He's a great stand-up, I did think some of the material was a bit weak though - ''I hate Harry Potter''? The sketches were also very uneven.

    But there were plenty of great moments and I look forward to the rest of the series. Did you watch the interview with Armando Iannucci on the red button? Very funny.

     
    My missus was telling me about this. Think she listened to on i player or somehting. Said it was good - will have to check. Do agree on the sketches and the potter thing too.



    It was called jungle in those days, not drum and bass. That came later

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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 15:25:36 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: heinrick
    I saw this it was excellent. I hate Chris Moyles so was good to hear him rinsed.


    Ditto.
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    MykMallett
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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 15:54:59 (permalink)
    LMAO at the asher d bit
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    heinrick
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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 15:57:52 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: sublime

    ORIGINAL: Corpsey

    He's a great stand-up, I did think some of the material was a bit weak though - ''I hate Harry Potter''? The sketches were also very uneven.

    But there were plenty of great moments and I look forward to the rest of the series. Did you watch the interview with Armando Iannucci on the red button? Very funny.


    My missus was telling me about this. Think she listened to on i player or somehting. Said it was good - will have to check. Do agree on the sketches and the potter thing too.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbekcRE30Iw

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    tactical
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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 15:59:18 (permalink)
    The very best. No other stand ups even come close!

    Luckily my cousin is executive producer on the show, so we had tickets to go see it filmed in Stoke Newington.

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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 16:01:42 (permalink)
    i saw him at glastonbury a few years back. the power died so he did his routine stood next to us in the crowd with a megaphone & a torch. i did rofflelmao

    no
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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 16:28:04 (permalink)
    He ripped Chris Moyles apart which is always golden for me. The part where he said that Chris Moyles told his friends that he was writing a book, and "some of them" asked what it was about
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    tactical
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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 16:35:44 (permalink)
    "And you might read that and think, that's 'funny', 'clever', 'witty', but of course, it's not."




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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 16:43:43 (permalink)


    ORIGINAL: physikal

    He ripped Chris Moyles apart which is always golden for me. The part where he said that Chris Moyles told his friends that he was writing a book, and "some of them" asked what it was about

    And he then goes on to silently act out impressions of his mates - genius!



    It was called jungle in those days, not drum and bass. That came later

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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 17:19:56 (permalink)
    should been good, but was actually really shit.

    he just came off as smug and condescending all the way through.

    @Tactical, where was it filmed? he drinks in my local in Stokey sometimes.


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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 17:23:21 (permalink)
    Best thing on at the mo comedy wise IMO

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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 17:24:04 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: Syhr

    should been good, but was actually really shit.

    he just came off as smug and condescending all the way through.

    @Tactical, where was it filmed? he drinks in my local in Stokey sometimes.


    Was filmed at Mildmay Working Mens Club
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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 17:42:49 (permalink)

    "The 75 year old man died on the large green table..... It was sad."

    Fucking brilliant. The 'Grange Hill' sausage made me laugh like a foghorn.

    Big bonus points for a Michael Redmond sighting. I haven't seen him for years. I believe he had a joke stolen from him once; "Is that Joe Pasquale? In the garden?"

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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 17:45:56 (permalink)

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    "The 75 year old man died on the large green table..... It was sad."

    Fucking brilliant. The 'Grange Hill' sausage made me laugh like a foghorn.

    Big bonus points for a Michael Redmond sighting. I haven't seen him for years. I believe he had a joke stolen from him once; "Is that Joe Pasquale? In the garden?"


    That whole pasquale jokes by lee is one of my favourite stand up moments of al time, its genius
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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 18:23:26 (permalink)


    ORIGINAL: tactical

    The very best. No other stand ups even come close!

    Luckily my cousin is executive producer on the show, so we had tickets to go see it filmed in Stoke Newington.


    ...........................................which was nice.
     



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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 18:38:54 (permalink)
    Been a fan of his stand up for fucking years, havent seen the program yet.... anyone seen his DVD which was absolutely brilliant but the crowd really didnt like it much. the whole idea of the stand up was to make a joke joe pasquale wouldnt steal, him puking in Jesus's mouth. It's cringeworthy stuff but absolute genius defo comedy heads on here would like.

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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 18:51:22 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: Syhr

    should been good, but was actually really shit.

    he just came off as smug and condescending all the way through.



    Thats what I thought. Alot of it just smaked of jealousy to me. He rinsed every joke for all it was worth just to fill 30 mins.

    Gave up after about 15 mins.

    His show with Richard Herring a few years back was awful so wasnt expecting much TBH.


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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 20:28:24 (permalink)


    ORIGINAL: Mr Sketch

    His show with Richard Herring a few years back was awful so wasnt expecting much TBH.

     
     fist of fun and TMWRNJ were piss funny
     
    i liked this, yo
     

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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 20:28:36 (permalink)
    "You've seen them, the rap singers, on the Top of The Pops". Fucking brilliant. Can't wait for the next one. My experience with these kind of shows is they take a while to build up momentum, so I'm expecting great things

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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 20:39:15 (permalink)
    "I bought 6 Jeremy Clarkson books on Amazon, which you should never do because it will change your profile in a way that will take literally 1000s of man hours to correct"

    Have to say though, when he was doing the bit about the rap singers I was just about ready to change channel it was so shit. I've never seen a comedian go on like that and rinse a joke for so long. It wasn't even that funny either so it was just embarrassing to watch him go on like he did.




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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 22:17:09 (permalink)
    those rap songs ..felt like killing myself how long he rinsed that joke which was crap to begin with

    possibily the most unfunniest thing ive seen since little miss joecelyn

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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/20 22:36:42 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: DJ NVision

    "I bought 6 Jeremy Clarkson books on Amazon, which you should never do because it will change your profile in a way that will take literally 1000s of man hours to correct"

    Have to say though, when he was doing the bit about the rap singers I was just about ready to change channel it was so shit. I've never seen a comedian go on like that and rinse a joke for so long. It wasn't even that funny either so it was just embarrassing to watch him go on like he did.


    true I really enjoyed the program but the rap singers bit went on way too long.
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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/22 06:02:58 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: MykMallett
    That whole pasquale jokes by lee is one of my favourite stand up moments of al time, its genius


    Blatantly. How can you fail to love a joke that manages to conclude with the phrase "rudimentary brewing facilities"?*



    *On second thoughts it might depend on who's telling it.

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    DJ NVision
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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/23 23:25:29 (permalink)
    watched this again tonight and i've decided it's the least funny programme on tv. I would rather watch Catherine Tate weekend on dave then watch this.




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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/23 23:32:49 (permalink)
    thought it was shit. hanging of the thing talking about gravity...

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    RE: Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle 2009/03/23 23:33:48 (permalink)
    meh - Stewart Lee is hilarious.
    To quote Louis Walsh " I liked it...."


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