Russell Brand takes on Icons, corporations, commercial exploitation, cult of personality, celebrity worship, sex, drugs and his own hypocrisy in a hilarious and scathing performance filmed live at London's Historic Hammersmith Apollo.
Russell Brand sets out to find out how other countries are tackling their problems of drug abuse and to explore how the framework of criminalization implicit in the 'war on drugs' produces enormous harm in the treatment of addicts.
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The most memorable talk show in years. I loved everything about it. Russell handled the job of mediator well. He had some potentially explosive interview guest moments. I think hes funny and adorable. I just love his energy and light. I feel like i learnt something from these shows, I remember looking forward to thursdays when a new episode would air. He made me care about the things that he felt passionately about. Very influential guy. Ondi Timoner is doing a documentary on him. Soon all the haters will have to bow down. Love the episode he brings a homeless person on to sit with a couple nice ladies from the dog pound and throws a cup across the studio to get his guests attention. Im disappointed to see only a 5 rating on here, even Russell talked his show down on the Howard Stern show. Russell rest assured the fact that you weren't trying to make a perfect run of the mill TV show is what made it so relatable and real. Trust me, everything on U.S TV is boring bar hbo. Thanks for waking us up over here.
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