Marion And Geoff Series One

Tight script and fantastic acting from Rob Brydon, but what is the actual point of this much lauded two-hour divorcee monologue? In theory it's a comedy, but with not a single laugh in the entire series there's a very real danger for non-pseuds that its supposed greatness will completely pass you by. They won't be running repeats of this at Christmas next year, that's for sure.

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Tight script and fantastic acting from Rob Brydon, but what is the actual point of this much lauded two-hour divorcee monologue? In theory it’s a comedy, but with not a single laugh in the entire series there’s a very real danger for non-pseuds that its supposed greatness will completely pass you by. They won’t be running repeats of this at Christmas next year, that’s for sure.

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