We covered the arrival of this delightful web series when it popped up on Ricky Gervais’ channel a few weeks ago, but we’ve been somewhat slack with keeping you abreast of anything past the pilot episode. So, in the spirit of current affairs and devouring minutes from your workday, we give you episode two (above), [...]
If the black and white of this video isn’t enough, the lyrics will be. Equality Street is the official music video from David Brent, played by our favourite master of satire Ricky Gervais. Here are some of our favourite stills from the music video. [Source: YouTube]
Last month’s rumours were true. Comedy cult icon, David Brent, is back. And he is raising money for charity. Brent returns in a 10 minute mini episode after The Office. This YouTube video was premiered on UK’s Comic Relief Day. Comic Relief is an organization that raises money for positive change through the art of entertainment. Gervais [...]
Angus T. Jones, the actor who portrays Jake Harper on Two and a Half Men, has had a pretty crazy week. First he appeared in an online video, urging fellow Christians to not watch Two and a Half Men anymore because it is “filth”. Jones then backtracked the next day, saying he is sorry, and revealed that he will be appearing in the next season of the show, because “God kinda pushed me into it.”
The BBC is reporting that Afghanistan premiered their first ever satirical comedy television show last week, titled ‘The Ministry’. The show draws its origins from the multi-award winning British series ‘The Office’ that has been re-invented in over four countries world-wide, most famously in the USA where the misanthropic office manager was played by funny man Steve Carell. Read this story..
It is decided. When I grow up I want to be Ricky Gervais – that funny guy who hosted the Emmy’s. He was also the creator (and star) of The Office and Extras. Anyway, he has a new TV show – Life’s Too Short – about to air in the UK. The plot appears to involve a dwarf. Several, actually. No, seriously! See trailer inside.
I’m a huge fan of The Office, both Ricky Gervais and Steve Merchant’s original and the American rendition. Steve Carell’s recent announcement that he will no longer resume his role as Michael Scott genuinely forced moisture from my face. I was immediately cheered up by an awe-inspiring clip: a meeting between Michael and David Brent.
Ricky Gervais has announced via his blog that he’s working on an installment of The Office for China, in addition to the Israely, German, Canadian, and French and American versions already in existence. I’m not so sure an obscure, culturally-based sitcom will work in China, especially considering that their gold standard for comedy usually goes [...]