Throughout the three seasons of The Mighty Boosh, Moon and Noir encounter the strangest characters and the most bizarre situations.
In one episode Moon gets kidnapped by the hermaphroditic merman “Old Gregg” who owns the funk and is obsessed with watercolor painting and Bailey’s Irish Cream; another episode introduces Rudi van Di Sarzio, the High Priest of the Order of the Psychedelic Monks who “goes by many names” and sometimes comes accompanied by his “bongo brother” Spider Dijon.
The Brits have already proven that comedy is their speciality; the States have tried to replicate the British comedic wit time and time again but have never really succeeded.
The American The Office doesn’t even come close to the British version, which was created by and starred Ricky Gervais; Shameless just isn’t quite the same set in a trailer park when in reality it was born in Manchester’s most dodgy council estate.
We’ve become so tuned into the banality of these shows that we actually need the annoying laughing tracks to keep us on our toes.
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