They've got charisma. You can see it on their shoulders.
© and (P)1997, 1999 BBC Worldwide Ltd
"The greatest double act in the history of British television." (Independent)
I live in Vermont. My freelance work requires reading critical and expository prose, so I like fanciful escapist fare for fun.
nice friendly vibe and tribute to old vaudeville style--they are audibly enjoying what they do; but the lame sketches and pop-passe musical numbers, though accompanied by a very polished big band, don't hold up well these days
guest stars are accomplished: Penelope Keith's script allows her to point out that it's beneath her, which is supposed to be comic but it's all too true
one drawback: the voices of the 2 principals are not very distinctive from one another, so it's sometimes hard to follow the story with audio only
already started a novel
clear; pleasant; underemployed
not if I had to pay money
nice if you want to kick back and be entertained without engaging much brain
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