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I first saw Marcus Brigstoc on BBC's open mike awards, naturally he won, although a little wooden you can see he is setteling down infront of the camera, a very dry, witty comedy with not so much belly laughs as a constant titter, nice way to pass 30 minutes but you may find yourself drifting into other channels whilst the "big" jokes are set up. A little predictable and a waste of Marcus' tallents! worth a watch, but would be very supprised if auntie beeb picked this up for another series.
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