No more waiting for the Warm Bodies DVD for me.
…it doesn’t mean I’ll forget you. I won’t forget you. Of course, at one point, I tried. I had to. But I soon realised that I wouldn’t be able to, and that I didn’t have to. I know you’re a ghost. I know you don’t really exist. But it doesn’t scare me. You can stay. I won’t ask you to leave anymore. It’s wonderful that you have come back, even if it’s only in my head.
Martin Freeman is an overly-enthusiastic archaeologist in this sketch from Bruiser, a show that ran for 1 series in 2000. I would bet good money that David Mitchell wrote this sketch, seems like his kind of thing.
8 Bit Cinema does Star Trek (2009) in 90 seconds.
… I could be referring to either or indeed both of these people,
How did I get this far in life without knowing of the existence of Bruiser?
the reason you probably didn’t know is because it’s nothing special. there’s nothing really memorable in it. not saying it’s bad, it’s just funny and that’s it.
that’s my opinion of it though
Funny is all I ask of a sketch show :)
It looks similar to That Mitchell and Webb Look, which I really liked.
I just came across the Geography A-Level sketch. My current favourite, if a painful reminder of sitting through those kinds of revision videos.
Patrick Watts: ”a sort of floating renaissance man”