Marcus Brigstocke, Comic Genius!

#9
Generations apart, but his rendering on the "Now Show" (Radio 4), about the Abrahamic religions a couple of weeks ago was a classic.
I find him extremely funny most of the time, and worth listening to when he appears on serious programmes such as "Any Questions" or "Question Time", but I agree with other senior posters about the clip on this thread.
Perhaps, like others before him, he is funnier to listen to on the radio than he is to watch.

2BM
 
#11
That were ace, pissed meself whey aye like.

Seen him on normal telly, as in not that stand up stuff, and was not suitably impressed. That stuff tickled me though. Albeit I am fresh back from a few sneaky ones.
 
#12
paddlequack said:
jeeeez no one has a sense of humour.
Then again i'm 19.. is there much of an age gap?
I found him funny and I can give you 40 year start
There are a lot of modern comics who can cut it,even with old bastards like me,
Example Frankie Boyle,seen him live on many occasions before he made it to the TV and still as contraversial
 
#13
lamptramp63 said:
paddlequack said:
jeeeez no one has a sense of humour.
Then again i'm 19.. is there much of an age gap?
I found him funny and I can give you 40 year start
There are a lot of modern comics who can cut it,even with old bastards like me,
Example Frankie Boyle,seen him live on many occasions before he made it to the TV and still as contraversial
There is hope in this world :D

so really it's just opinion over age :)
Dryness is my favurite sort of comedy i guess thats how it comes in :)
 
#15
aussiepint said:
paddlequack said:
jeeeez no one has a sense of humour.
Then again i'm 19.. is there much of an age gap?
Only if your name is Lorraine and you build wooden boats?
for goodness sake GET OVER IT!!!!!!!!!hat is your bloody problem??
Leave the "Lorraine thing" alone - good grief!!
 

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