LAST GASP of the short-lived craze for Comedy Store Players-centric ‘improv comedy’, with Paul Merton, Josie Lawrence and chums making up a sort of time-hopping ‘bonkbuster’ parody as they went along based entirely on ad-libbed suggestions from the studio audience. A lot more fun than it sounds, honest.
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Every schoolboy knows the reason you stopped seeing Stanley on the telly was that his shows were too expensive but he’s still working, making several series for the radio. Sadly unlike his peers Eric and Ern we don’t get to see much of Stanley’s stuff on the telly anymore, presumably because many of his references are totally lost on most people under the age of fifty, but he’s clearly a master at work, whoever he’s doing.
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