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It’s still puerily juvenile as ever....
Member Name: redcockney
Date: 15/09/00, updated on 15/09/00 (25 review reads)
Advantages: Do you want to see the more disgusting side of life of our European neighbours?
Disadvantages: It’s an assault on the viewer’s common senses!
So how much more ‘dirt’ is there to see? The material and choice of subjects are strictly the type of stuff the News of the World would consider to be newsworthy. The subject matter is as always menacingly stupid (artists with their modern art, ladies whose job description entitles them to wear as little as possible and the worst musical acts ever....).
Has it gone even more raunchier than before? Well, yes and no, they’ve kept in the spirit of things by keeping with the stupid humour it specialises in....all courtesy of Antoine De Caunes (is it the only regular job he can keep hold of!?). They’ve kept the nudity level up (as it were). Although the new features are neither inviting enough to ever be watched again (mock fellatio anybody!?) or humorous enough to be healthily ironic (Antoine has never defended the show ever as being something more than just an exercise in pointing out the disgusting side of our European neighbours).
But what makes this immensely watchable are the very funny translated voiceovers by some great voiceover artists such as Kate Robbins and of course, the narration of the items as done by Maria McErlane which mock those concerned with great attention to detail.