TELEVISION / Inside Eye
Friday 11 June 1993
'I enjoyed it because it's fun to see alternative comedy being used in that way. But it bears absolutely no resemblance to what goes on in a comic's dressing-room. Obviously, artistic licence and all that, it's got to be entertaining, but it sometimes was ridiculous. But I suppose if you do a thriller on accountancy, you'll have accountants up and down the country saying it was inaccurate. There is no back-biting at all, I've never experienced that. There's a bit of gossip, but nothing vicious. Everyone's really friendly, all the boys play football together at the weekends.'
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