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by Zolton in Video on Saturday 19 May 2007
Not much more needs to be said about this. Ricky Gervais, the funniest man in England, meets Larry David, the funniest man in America. Wit and genius collides. Very, very clever.
Tim Saturday 4 August 2007
Is this available elsewhere? It says, ‘no longer available’ when I try to play it.
Tim Thursday 30 August 2007
I love these guys. Wathcing this reminds me of how much I’ve missed them. I think Ricky summed up what I miss about Curb when he talked about its guilt-free truth.
It was interesting to listen to the conversation about the hard-done-by psychosis being the engine of Jewish humour. Ricky talked of himself being, in contrast to Larry, a normal, white middle class English man and he wondered therefore what the source of his humour is. I reckon at this point I would have told him the English have a psychosis of their own and that it’s just as powerful as the Jewish and Japanese brands of craziness.
I reckon I’m now going to try to get hold of the US version of The Office. Is this any good?
Anyway, thanks very much ZZ for getting this post together. I owe you a beer.
PS How does Jeff bear up with a ballbreaker wife like that?
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