Posted by sean on November 17, 2005 at 11:39 pm in Television with No Comments

Another late blog from my bed tonight.

Watched the new series of Little Britain this evening, had very mixed feeling about this first episode. There were some funny bits, namely the new character Mrs. Emery, an OAP with extreme bladder problems.

The regular characters were back – Lou & Andy, Daffyd Thomas (the only gay in the village), Vicky Pollard, Sebastian and Fat Fighters however I thought they brought nothing new to series 3.

It is almost as if the shows creators Matt Lucas and David Walliams are running thin on ideas. This was always inevitable; the success of Little Britain was down to the catchphrases and simple predictability. It is always obvious Andy would change his mind at the last minute and get out of his wheelchair behind Lou’s back. We have come to expect Daffyd will complain he is “the only gay in the village” only to come face to face with a fellow homosexual whom he will then insult.

You can however have too much of a good thing. The predictable humour was very funny at first but then it just gets a tad boring. Looking forward to next weeks episode though, it is still a great series and I am interested to see sketches from the new characters like Mrs. Emery and the man with his Thai Transvestite bride.

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