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The US version of ‘The Office’ took the format and the basic characters and made the show its own. So it’s a mockumentary about an everyday work place, this time set in Scranton, Pennsylvania in a paper supply company.
With the tagline ‘a show for everyone whose boss is an idiot’ ‘Michael Scott’ takes the place of ‘David Brent’ – again he’s a self-deluded, insensitive control freak who you just can’t help but love – and laugh at. Throw in various engaging co-workers and you have a TV show that successfully made it across ‘The Pond’ to the States.
Another ‘everyday’ work situation set in mockumentary style, ‘Parks and Recreation’ has its own set of oddball characters, this time a mixed bunch of bureaucrats on a mission to improve their home town of Indiana.
Who could ever forget ‘Basil Fawlty’ – famously portrayed by John Cleese of ‘Monty Python’s Flying Circus’ fame? Tall, almost spiky in appearance he looks ultra-conservative and is actually a comedy anarchist, eccentric and determined to control his little universe – ie the small seaside hotel of ‘Fawlty Towers’.
His wife ‘Sybil’ is the secret power behind the throne and his waiter ‘Manuel’ with the famous question ‘Que? Que?’ all adds to the mayhem.
Well it’s all in the name – the show (aka ‘Ab Fab’) was absolutely fabulous, dahling! Set in the world of London Fashion and PR, it introduced us to the irresistible and bonkers duo, ‘Edina’ (Eddie) and ‘Patsy’.
It fiercely parodies the world it inhabits, penned by brilliant comedian Jennifer Saunders, who also plays the main character of ‘Edina’.
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