Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle, Series 2
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The Bafta-nominated Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle returns for a second series of six intelligent and witty bites at modern life with arguably one of Britain's finest stand-up comedians at the helm. Each episode sees Stewart explore a different aspect of our world in a hilarious stand-up routine performed to a crowd at London's Mildmay Club. Whatever the topic - charity, London, charity again (because he got sidetracked the first time), stand-up comedy, identity or democracy - Stewart addresses it with razor sharp wit, using every argument at his disposal to convey his point. This is Stewart Lee at his masterful best.
|1||VideoCharity||In the first of six themed shows, Stewart Lee sets out to explore some ideas about charity, but instead gets sidetracked and ends up talking mostly about crisps.||28:54||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoLondon||More inimitable stand up from Stewart Lee as he looks at why more and more people are thinking about moving out of London for a taste of life in the countryside. But what happens to the poor souls who actually go through with it?||29:08||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|3||VideoCharity||Charity is the topic for Stewart Lee's unique brand of stand-up. Charity was also the topic of the first show in the series, but he talked about crisps instead, so they've made him do it again.||29:11||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|4||VideoStand-up||This week stand up comedian Stewart Lee talks about stand up comedy whilst sitting down.||28:44||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|5||VideoIdentity||Stewart Lee looks at the notion of identity, how different nations define themselves and debunks the myth of one of Britain's greatest national heroes.||28:03||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|6||VideoDemocracy||In this final show in the series, Stewart Lee gives a uniquely personal insight into the workings of government.||28:37||£1.89||View in iTunes|
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All four jokes are hilarious.
Brilliant stuff Stew.
Fantastic show - I think 4 jokes is spoiling people anyway. I'm more concerned if there are visible otters.
Wish they updated the shows on here quicker! (and keep all of the episodes, unlike series 1)
Not four jokes
We saw Stew at a rescheduled gig at the Corn Exchange, in a Market town (Cambridge). I have to say that although there were 4 jokes in this series, I was a little disappointed that they weren't new to me as I'd heard them at the Market Town Corn Exchange where there was no sign of Paddy McGuinnes. Either.
I live by every cliched principle there is and as someone once said that more than 3 stars is sycophancy I'm rating this as 3.