As are all of the Ricky, Stephen, and Karl performances, this one is funny, well worth what they are priced.
I don't know anything about the first book or The Believer or any kind of prior knowledge that might have made this book funny. This book was a waste of time and money.
It has a funny title and funny names associated with it, but it is not funny.
The book is set up in a Q&A format. Unfunny questions are asked and unfunny answers are given.
Russell Brand is a comedy genius! This stand-up is no different. He is so very funny!
The fact that everything they say makes me crack up.
I cant imagine a book that could compare to this podcast.
i like when Stephen reads out of Carl'd diary.
they made me laugh til i cried on several occasions.
the flow that Ricky and Stephen and Karl have, is terrific. Comedy gold.
Not really. I expected to be enlightened. Instead it was just one stereotype after another.
I liked the trip to Africa and his reaction.
This is the first book from him that I have listened too.
beginning to end. Loved it all. I laughed all the way through it.
Karl, of course. and Karl's diary.
When Ricky gets to laughing so hard that he cant catch him breath.
it is all good.
this book is worth a listen.
this is the funniest book I have listened to.
Tina Fey, duh.
yes and i was sad when it was over.
By far, the funniest book of which I have ever listened.
All of the Ricky Gervais Show Trilogy makes me laugh.
yes! It is nice that it is in episodes that you can pause between and get chores done, but when getting ready for work, I listen to the complete podcast.
episodes 2,3,4 are very funny. I don't think you have to be English to enjoy it. I am in the US and I found it very funny. episode 5, not so much.
This is the least funny in the Ricky Gervias show series. I have laughed repeatedly at the trilogy, but this one, just wasn't as funny.
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