Assisted-suicide sitcom coming to BBC. “The six-part series is described as a ‘black comedy’ about three men who set up an assisted-suicide business.” Undoubtedly inspired by the UK’s NHS. Another cutting-edge idea from the network that gave the world a children’s TV show hosted by a pedophile.

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hisham
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When you see this “sit-com,” think of your mother or dad in the hospital bed next to one of these stooges…see if you still think it’s funny.

PsychoDad
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Actually, I can see that as a sort of natural extension of Fawlty Towers.

poppajoe49
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Never got into it, Benny Hill and Monty Python were the extent of my BBC fare.

sifi
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The original “The Office” with Ricky Gervais broadcast in the United Kingdom back in 2001, and “The Black Adder”, 1983, with Rowan Atkinson were a couple of good British comedies.

poppajoe49
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I don’t even like the version of The Office that is on TV now.

Dragonfish
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“The Black Adder” was f&$kin’ great, kept me roflmao, and I still watch and enjoy the “Red Dwarf” episodes I recorded during Dwarf-a-thons on the local PBS station.

poppajoe49
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BWAHAHAHA!!!
What a funny premise,,,,,,,,,,,,NOT!!

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