I am huge fan of Hugh Bonneville and so any production he stars in automatically gets looked on favourably. However, in this particular adaptation he excels himself. His portrayal of Pooter is hilarious. For those of you who are unfamiliar with it, this is an adaptation of 'The Diary of a Nobody' by George and Wheedon Grossmith. Pooter is the diarist and he's pompous, morally earnest, lacking in taste and he takes himself far too seriously. The funny thing about is that he doesn't realise his flaws and so his indignation is very amusing. He also makes the lamest jokes that are just not funny. However you end up laughing nonetheless when Pooter laughs at his own jokes so much he gets tears in his eyes. What I particularly liked about this adaptation is that even though Pooter tells you about his friends and family, you never actually meet them, and this just emphasises how egocentric he is: Everybody else is wrong except himself. I would recommend this adaptation to anyone. In fact, writing this review has made me want to watch it again.