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That Mitchell And Webb Look
That Mitchell And Webb Look: David Mitchell and Robert Webb

That Mitchell And Webb Look series two
Starts Thursday 21 February 2008 at 9pm on BBC Two


David Mitchell and Robert Webb are back with a second series of their distinctively daft BAFTA-winning comedy, That Mitchell And Webb Look on BBC Two.


With an emphasis on stand-alone sketches and one-off characters, the series features the world's dodgiest panto, an under-researched movie about cricket, a robot who can nearly smell the difference between cheese and petrol, a lesson in the ancient art of Padlock Folding, a passive-aggressive horse and a very smooth scarecrow.


David and Robert say: "We're really excited about the new series. It's packed with new ideas, characters, and most of all, jokes. Many of the sketches are far weirder and more ambitious than anything in the first series, but we've still found room for down-and-out super-sleuth Sir Digby Chicken-Caesar and several new takes on Numberwang."


That Mitchell And Webb Look also stars Olivia Colman, James Bachman, Mark Evans, Jo Neary and Sarah Hadland.


The series is directed by David Kerr and produced by Gareth Edwards. The Executive Producer is Kenton Allen.


That Mitchell And Webb Look is part of BBC Two's ongoing Thursdays Are Funny season.


David and Robert have been performing together for 12 years and first met at The Cambridge Footlights. They starred together in The Mitchell And Webb Situation before developing their comedy talent on BBC Radio 4 in That Mitchell And Webb Sound, the precursor to the television series. They have also starred in Channel 4's Peep Show and are regular faces on the comedy panel show circuit.




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