I usually enjoy TV Burp, although I don't watch soaps apart from the odd episode of Hollyoaks, so don't get who Dawn or Sheila or whoever is.
However, tonight's program was hit and miss.
I laughed at a clip from The Bill where Inspector Gina Gold promised a box of chocolates to anyone.
The stupidity of a family asking "Do you eat your pets" to people from another culture in Meet The Natives were also extremely amusing.
I hate jokes about people's looks. It's like playground sneering, two kids pointing and laughing as they jog along the tarmac.
I believe that these kinds of jokes encourage children to bully others.
Likening Nigella Lawson to a horse seems silly.
Sniggering about Ming Campbell's age is tedious.
And Wayne Rooney jokes are boring.
The lowest point of the episode was a parody of the Elephant Man if he had starred in Coronation Street.
It would be nice if the clip subjects didn't appear on Tv Burp as well-it dilutes the satire as Harry has invited someone he has mocked to perform.
Thankfully, stars don't record a "Hi Harry, did you see when Kathy Barnes bricked a window in Hollyoaks" piece, as it's tedious and their clips are weak.
I sometimes visit comedy messageboard Cookd and Bombd to read its members views on various comedians and sketches.
Fantastic fun as usual but I'm a little concerned by how many jokes seem to be based around someone's physical appearance or abnormality.
Especially the first 'Frankenstein' one. It just niggles me.
It's good TV Burp is back, but it's lost form, and most of Cookd and Bombd agree.
The Christmas Special with the awful Kennedy joke was poor as well.
Hmmm, I tuned in really looking forward to this based on the quality of last years episode.
It was enjoyable but certainly mediocre by their standards, as soon as I saw the first "celebs" segment it was clear that there'd been a short fall of material.
Hopefully the cobwebs are just been shaken off and the new series will be back to quality.
Let's hope so.