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2012-08-08 11:09 am (UTC)
It's a subjective thing, but yes, I think it's very funny. But then I've watched it with a studio audience, and then with a private audience. I was in the green room after each recording, and we tittered over favourite lines with the cast, there are photos of my girlfriend and I on the set, it was all a bit of a dream experience for someone who started watching the show with Season 2. Who knows how funny it will be when watched by people in groups of one or two in front of their tellies on a Thursday evening?
That's why I've steered clear of the f-word. It means different things to different people, and having done a spot of work for the production team on another project, I run the risk of sounding a bit back-slappy. The truth is, I'm in total awe of most aspects of the production, from the set construction upwards (if you've seen the set photo, it looks incredible and expensive but, to take just one example, the red mouldings on the arches and walls are actually just IKEA cutlery racks sprayed red and glued to the walls).
The funniest part of the second episode I saw recorded was the warm-up comedian discovering that an audience member had been involved in a Red Dwarf-themed sex tape when she was younger.
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