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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by PowerFullMac, Sep 6, 2008.
See the iPhone part? Sooooo funny!
I don't watch it, because I personally find Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse two of the unfunniest people the UK comedy scene has ever produced.
However, I had a look on iPlayer, and here's the link if anyone else wants to watch it (UK only):
It's at 23:44. Didn't change my opinion. But each to their own!
I'm afraid I have to agree with sibruk. I can't see the appeal in most British sitcoms - they're all really lame, or just downright unfunny. This wasn't funny either.
Ehh... There where three parts to that which where funny: the iPhone part, the "Original Bourne Identity" part and the Dragon's Den part... The rest was just... Meh...
Well comedy is apparently subjective! The only thing I found funny about it was the Mandela voice.
P.S. Re: your signature, I think you mean 'than' rather than 'then', I don't think you mean to do one after the other and sorry to be a pedant, but your its is missing an apostrophe. I can't help myself, it's the inner copywriter in me.
Darn, can't watch it. I get a message saying it can't be viewed outside of the UK. Silly BBC. Don't they know that NY was occupied by the British once?
I only laughed because when I had the first iPhone, that's pretty much what everyone I knew would say to me whenever I used it..
"Woaaaahhh is that an iPhone?!!" etc.
So I found the skit mildly amusing.
Bit of an error where one of them said it's 3G - except it was clearly a first generation iPhone.
Thanks, I actually got a PM from Anonymous telling me that, too!