In E4's new US import, Saturday Night Live alumnus Andy Samberg stars as Detective Jake Peralta, a police officer who doesn't take his job as seriously as he should, yet somehow manages to get results. As his squad leader Sergeant Terry Jeffords (Terry Crews from Everybody Hates Chris) put it: "The only puzzle he hasn't solved is how to grow up."
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Friday 18 December 2009
Sunday 01 November 2009
"Soph wants a pre-birth paternity test; it's not mine. It'd better not be mine. Oh God. Does Dobby really want me? What do you mean you're closing the office? Hmm, £2,000 to go all in with Alan. Seems sensible. Even if he has gone a bit mad. And why's Super Hans brought his snake to our party? Oh God, why? Why?"
Friday 30 October 2009
Saturday 24 October 2009
The all-round entertainer Felix Bowness found fame in his sixties as Fred Quilly, the suspended jockey employed as a riding instructor at Maplin's holiday camp in Hi-de-Hi!, after spending much of his working life as a variety comedian, extra, bit-part actor and warm-up artist for television shows.
Tuesday 06 October 2009
Saturday 19 September 2009
Friday 11 September 2009
Sunday 23 August 2009
A cabinet minister (Tom Hollander) bumbles and stumbles towards endorsing a war in the Middle East, largely so as not to lose face infront of his American counterparts (including James Gandolfini).
Saturday 18 July 2009
With Harry Driver, Vince Powell formed one of British television's most prolific and successful sitcom writing partnerships.
Thursday 02 July 2009
Comedy actress Mollie Sugden died in hospital after a long illness, aged 86.
Wednesday 20 May 2009
The tournament's been a turn-off but, writes Glenn Moore, Werder v Shakhtar is a game you just can't afford to miss (honestly!)
Tuesday 21 April 2009
Friday 17 April 2009
Another gem from the New Statesman's Q and A with Jonathan Powell, Blair's former chief of staff. He is working on a new book
Friday 27 March 2009
It is the latest series to show that British TV is challenging America in the teen market. And young viewers love it, says Julian Hall
Friday 27 February 2009
"This is a proper, old-fashioned, character-based, gag-a-minute sitcom – something UK TV's been sadly lacking of late. Indeed, with the possible exception of 'Gavin & Stacey', it's hard to think of a recent home-grown comedy that makes you laugh out loud in the way that '30 Rock' does – and with no laugh track either." - Jane Murphy, www.orange.co.uk/ entertainment/
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