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This week on BBC Comedy...

Steve Saul | 12:15 UK time, Friday, 27 May 2011

Welcome to our weekly round of the week that was on BBC Comedy...

Web exclusive vids wot we made

Biebershop Quartet

The Rapture may not have happened... but here's four signs of the forthcoming apocalypse in one all-singing, all-dancing sketch.

New Comedy Award 2011

If the Glasgow heat teaches us anything, it's that the future of UK comedy is going to be really rather hirsute. So much facial hair.

Global Warming Warning

Turn off those taps, turn off those lights, turn down those sheets. If we're not careful, this is the shape of things to come. And oh boy, what a shape....


Getting On

Jo Brand and the staff of King Edward VIIIth hospital are back for a third series of the Getting On, the Bafta-winning bedpan-com.

Angry Boys

Chris "Summer Heights High" Lilley is back with new series Angry Boys. We were kind of hoping it would involve throwing boys at structures created by spherical green pigs, but apparently we were mistaken.

Off the telly

It's the frickin' summer already. How did that happen? Anyway, to celebrate, here's a seasonal Family Guy Christmas song.

A clutch (yes, a clutch) of Two Pints outtakes to gently guide you into the weekend... "clutch."

How exactly did filmdirectorlegendman John Landis end up in Psychoville?

Other funny stuff on t' web


  • Comment number 1.

    British comedy is probalby the best humor around the world. Can't imagine what to do without series like Fools and Horses and Little Britain


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