Describing how it's his job to be equally mean to all party leaders on the BBC2 programme, Brooker said: "He’s like somebody else’s uncle at a wedding that corners you and starts banging on about immigration, but people sort of like him because he seems authentic."
Brooker - who described David Cameron as "slippery", Ed Miliband as "comic" and Nick Clegg as "a microwaved Tony Blair" - said that it was difficult to find a defining funny moment during the election campaign.
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"There haven’t been any big banana skins anyone’s slipped on," he said.
"At the moment, they’ve been largely kept away from the public. Because usually those moments happen when the public comes up alongside them and everything goes unscripted. You get Prescott punching someone, and that hasn’t happened."
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