If you've seen Keith Lemon before, then you'll know what to expect from this. As such, you'll know straight away if this kind of thing is for you. If you like your humour a little more high-brow, you'll be best served elsewear - this is toilet humour at it's very best.
If you haven't seen Keith's stuff before, don't let the fact that this is Leigh Francis convince you that what you're getting is another version of Bo Salecta.... You're not.
Keith Lemon is a whole different kettle of fish, and in my opinion, is far funnier than the rubber masks of years gone by.
Each episode has Keith travel to a new part of the world (USA, Australia, Mexico, Egypt, Japan and Iceland to be exact) to present his travel show. Each week he meets up with a local chaperone, who proceeds to show him their culture. The comedy comes from the chaperone not realising at first exactly what's going on, and as such they treat Keith with respect and patience, believing this to be a proper travel programme. As each episode wears on, and Keith becomes more and more irritating, it's hilarious to see how the people react to his ignorance and clear lack of presenting skills.
The episodes are broken up with a number of celebrity appearances from the likes of Mel B, Dermot O'Leary, Sharon Osbourne, and Fabio to name a few. These appearances come as a welcome break from the travel scenes, and help keep the show fresh.
There are a few minor criticisms, including the painfully unfunny Paddy McGuinness scenes, which are abandoned after only two episodes, and the DVD extras are a little thin on the ground.
Still, this is a great series, full of side-splitting, laugh out loud moments... if you enjoy this kind of thing, that is.