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    Anyone else watched the first Ep?

    Magda doing Gina Rinehart was hilarious!

    Loved their Downton Abbey and Gina doing Gina Riliano in Rack.

    Looking forward to more!

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    Yeah! It was great in points, average in others.

    I LOVED the masterchef sketch! It highlighted why I don't watch it anymore.

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    I really liked it. Some bits were a bit ho hum, but I really enjoyed it.

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    It was hit and miss, but there were enough good bits to tune in again.

    The Downton Abbey skits were the least funny for me, I imagine they'd be funnier if you were a Downton Abbey viewer.

    The Slap was pretty funny

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    Yeah I didn't get the Downton Abbey bits.

    The meteorology 'feels like' sketch drew on a really good point but was executed really poorly.

    I also didn't get the sketch with the woman on the bus talking to the Vietnamese guy, I was waiting for some kind of punch line that never came.

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    Yep definitely need to have seen Downton abbey to get it but they were exactly like the characters right down to how they talk.

    The Slap 2 was funny too.

    The fill in stuff where they weren't impersonating anything wasn't that funny.

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    And the dominoes bit at the end with the starving people.....not funny or cool

    That bit upset me tbh

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    And the dominoes bit at the end with the starving people.....not funny or cool

    That bit upset me tbh
    I think with that, again they had a relevant point to make, they just didn't make it well....our first world problems such as pizza issues while there are people in the world with real problems

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    Dh & I watch it and absolutely love it.

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    I thought it was ok I thought the slap part was pretty funny. I didn't mind the 'first world problems' bit at the end. Highlighted what whingers we all are lol


 

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