Both Ronnies were brilliant and sadly missed. Some of the 'modern' comedians leave me cold, particularly those that think using foul language is funny.
But, I agree @pgn Ronnie Barker was superb and, personally, I still find his humour hilarious.
The last Peter Kay car share was quite possibly the funniest programme I have seen in many years, it had everything, including a little appropriate bad language. Everyday language that we ALL use and as soon as he is back on our screens the better. A bit biased as he lived round the corner from me and I know his gran 😃
I could watch repeats of Peter Kay tours over and over again....and often do if I want a good laugh.
Phoenix Nights took me a bit of time to get into even though my husband loved it from the start. Now I enjoy it.
I just hope whatever it was that caused him to cancel this years tour is resolved (for want of a better word) as it's about time he returned to make us laugh again.
@jonsiewas that his Nan who was always in the audience during his first gigs? The one who had the bungalow?
So for someone who has never followed Peter Kay, where should I start, @jonsie or @Cleoriff? And no, I did not like the one episode of Car Share I saw, the last of the series that just ended - not me, sorry.
Oh where to start?
Here's a list of DVD's available from Amazon...
Your best bet though is to look at some of his work on YouTube.
He is best described as an observational comic. So so funny...
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