Count Arthur Strong

Discussion in 'SMB' started by Arkle, May 19, 2017.

  1. dangermows

    dangermows Striker

    Already had two tv series as well.

    Was on live in Newcastle the other week as part of a tour too.
  2. Growler

    Growler Full Back

    Never fancied watching him on tv, but I found the radio shows a great laugh.
  3. jinx

    jinx Full Back

    Not as good as the radio show but I still like it. His live act is much better.
  4. Latka Gravas

    Latka Gravas Winger

    Up there with Citizen Khan, All about me and Miranda.
  5. Dreadful.
  6. Mantobar

    Mantobar Midfield

    Radio shows are fantastic
    Piddler on the roof episode :):)
  7. Pallion exile

    Pallion exile Central Defender

    Come on, this is comedy gold...
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  8. minkey

    minkey Striker

    Radio show is great. Went to see home live a few weeks ago too. Excellent stuff.
  9. Phantom of mobs

    Phantom of mobs Central Defender

    Bag o Shiite
  10. HerdnMulhall

    HerdnMulhall Central Defender

    Funniest thing since League of Gentleman for me.
  11. Occam's Razor

    Occam's Razor Striker

    Just doesn't work on TV. The stuff he does on radio and stand-up makes me laugh like a drain, the telly show makes me embarrassed on his behalf.
  12. cauldbairn

    cauldbairn Full Back

    Aye, it was the funniest thing on the radio. Loses most of it in translation.
  13. IAmZlatan

    IAmZlatan Winger

    Agree completely with that
  14. Steve Hartshorne

    Steve Hartshorne Subs Bench

    I prefer his radio shows but still like his TV show. Saw him live at The Gala, Durham not so long ago. He was at the Newcastle a couple of weeks ago, the show was filmed for the DVD of the tour.
  15. Dave Herbal

    Dave Herbal Striker

    I watched that the other day and couldn't believe how racist it was. And unfunny of course.
  16. miltonunez9

    miltonunez9 Winger

    I like Mark Ratcliffe and was looking forward to the radio show but I thought it was terrible.
    Haven't bothered with the telly adaptation.

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