Posted by sean on March 11, 2005 at 10:03 pm in Television with No Comments

Last weekend I watched The Adam & Joe Best of DVD. I’ve seen the DVD and sketches so many times before, but they never get boring, they’re just so funny.

For those not in the know Adam & Joe is a sketch show created on a low budget by Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish.

Their humour is crude at times, but it is also very clever and well thought out. If you haven’t seen it before I highly recommend getting hold of the DVD. It’s just a shame it’s one of those “Best Of” DVDs. This covers four excellent series; it would have been nice to have all the series available.

While your DVD to arrive (you have ordered it haven’t you?), check out these hilarious sound clips. The first was taken from their third series, it is a song about my favourite actor Robert DeNiro.

Since The Adam & Joe Show ended the duo worked together but also on their own projects. Last year, Adam starred in The Stupid Version on BBC3, he performed this EXCELLENT parody of The Streets song Dry You’re Eyes Mate. It’s brilliant!

You may also want to check out this unofficial Adam & Joe website.

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