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By series 11, the series show name was re-named to "Live at the Apollo" with a different guest host, that also did a stand-up routine, in each episode. See more »

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rather tired looking............and most importantly rather unfunny!
12 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Hey, didn't Jack Dee use to be funny.

I decided to watch this because Jack Dee was in it, but if I had known it was a made for TV series of shows and not a recording of one of his performances, or how unfunny then I would never have wasted my time.

Like the other reviewer I saw the show which had Joan Rivers as a guest, and I like them can't understand why Jack didn't use this opportunity to showcase new comedy talent instead of inviting a has-been like her. Her jokes were rather awful, and she seemed to have to resort to crudity, probably for lack of good material. Perhaps it was a deliberate act of not inviting good comedians, because they would have surely overshadowed their host! One to miss.


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