A big claim considering C4's been responsible for screening most of the best US and UK comedy shows of the last 30 years that includes Cheers, Frasier, Friends, Father Ted, The IT Crowd, Black Books, Inbetweeners..you get my drift. Great as these all are it's Peep Show I watch time and again it's that good. Each of the 42 episodes are different with a strong cast of supporting characters dipping in and out over the series among the best being Jez's crackhead 'bandmate' Super Hans, Mark's alpha male boss 'Johnson', Mark's arch enemy scouser Geoff, Dobby the female IT geek and American sex mad hippy Nancy. But it's the interplay between Robert Webb as irresponsible university drop-out Jez and David Mitchell as terminal depressive and mildly ambitious executive Mark that's at the core. While they've little in common other than both having been at Dartmouth university they constantly irritate one and another but at the same time are mutually dependent. What's good is that neither are out and out losers. Jez manages to bed a long string of lovelies, albeit incapable of being faithful, while Mark is reasonably good at his job. There are a lot of squirm inducing moments but still laugh out loud funny and maybe for some the humour might be a bit near the knuckle on the lines of Inbetweeners. Not sure I'd recommend this to people for whom My Family's a bit too edgy but if you're not put off by regular references to BJs, a high swear word count and the occasional vomiting scene it's a must see.