There are only four episodes on here and, like "The Young Ones", there are guest singing acts and dancing, so in terms of comedy per new penny, it can't get the top mark.
Lenny Henry as David Bellamy and the "Australian Blue Peter" are a hoot. If you can't imagine blocky Ceefax graphics looking futuristic, or a world where Foster's Lager was just something you had only vaguely heard about, you might need to suspend disbelief. Tracey Ullman's "Annoyah" is hard to distinguish from the real Toyah who appears in Series 2, and the real Toni Basil's ground-breaking routine for "Mickey" seems like it might be a spoof to us today.
The three comedians present a hilarious, good-natured show with none of today's swearing or unnecessary aggression. They show how it should be done, in fact!
The writers include Ruby Wax and Grant & Naylor (Red Dwarf).