I watched sketch shows such as Little Britain, Harry and Paul, The Catherine Tate Show and Smack the Pony and thought they were all hilarious. I was hoping the same would be true with show. I should have been warned off by the title, which is unsubtle to say the least. This second series starts off promisingly, and there are some funny moments. But after a few episodes it's all completely run out of steam. The half-naked middle-aged women and the woman with enlarged breasts are very visual humour, and after you've seen them once there's just nothing else to laugh at. I sat through endless Salty Tales, Tom Cruise and Rasta Fans sketches waiting for someone to do or say something funny, or at the very least justify the point of these sketches. The sketches involving the two horse-riders watching working-class men, the "I'm shy" maid and the woman who wants to get on the TV are churned out long after the joke has been flogged to death. And as for the "fat woman has done a big poo" sketch - that isn't humour, it's just purile vulgarity for the sake of it.
I'm giving this DVD two stars, as some of the characters - such as the "duck and chips" family and the urine-obsessed man - are a laugh. Also, the two leads (especially Lucy Montgomery) have a real talent for playing a wide variety of characters. They just need some half-decent writers.