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Toast of London "Yes, I can hear you Clem Fandango"


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Just caned through all of this and Snuff Box in two days. Liked them both a lot. Wasn't expecting the musical bits. Somehow never tired of "Hi Stephen, this is Clem Fandango, can you hear me?". Bob Monkhouse and Bruce Forsyth are amazing.

Also watched Lilyhammer before these, so that's three shows in a row which unexpectedly featured Alan Ford.

Another thing I didn't see mentioned in either this or Snuff Box threads are the amazing array of bad glasses through both.

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It seems Jon Hamm will guest star in any comedy series he can. He's done Archer and Parks and Rec too. I'm not sure he knows how to follow up Don Draper.

He's a big comedy fan and has appeared on quite a few American comedy podcasts for years now. He always held his own. I think he'd like to do more comedy in general. So he is!

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This just got added to Netflix in Aus so I watched all three seasons over the weekend. Fucking hell this is the work of a genius or two of them.

Laughed so hard throughout it.

 

That Clem Fandango line cracks me up everytime as well as their crazy outfits.

 

Matt Berry is bloody amazing in this.

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2 hours ago, papalazarou said:

Toast is coming back in a new spin of series to be filmed later this year!  Toast of america - which will have toast attempt to make it in the USA - show has been picked up by the bbc

 

Maybe he can get a role playing a vampire in New York, and they can finally make the Toast/What We Do In The Shadows crossover episode we've all been waiting for. 

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22 minutes ago, jon_cybernet said:

 

Maybe he can get a role playing a vampire in New York, and they can finally make the Toast/What We Do In The Shadows crossover episode we've all been waiting for. 

I like to imagine that in dark places it’s really toast playing dr Sanchez (under the stage name of Todd rivers) 

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Odd that the BBC snagged this but since everyone seems to be returning I'm hoping it's going to be up to the standard of the other seasons.

 

Must admit tho, I'm quite disheartened by any storyline move to the states. Being London set was/is a huge part of the appeal (imo) of the show and how precisely Berry/Mathews skewered it. That and of course the pin point reproduction of vo and studio work. Still, it's Berry so faith must be kept!

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