Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle marks the return to television of arguably one of Britain's finest stand-up comedians, and shows him at his masterful and hilarious best. Each of the six episodes sees Stewart explore a different aspect of modern life, whether it be the tide of banal celebrity books, the state of television today, or why political correctness seems to have gone mad. Whatever the topic, Stewart addresses it with razor sharp wit, using every argument at his disposal to convey his point. You'll be sure to learn something along the way (which may or may not be true).
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References and analyzes the 1974 Franklyn Ajaye comedy album I'm a Comedian, Seriously and the 2001 book Comic Insights: The Art of Stand-Up Comedy. See more