Come Fly With Me: Season 1 (2010-2011)
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Set in a busy British airport, this six-part series created by Matt Lucas and David Walliams (creators of "Little Britain") parodies documentary-style programs focusing on airports and airlines. In this series, Lucas and Walliams play many of the characters working and flying on fictional airlines FlyLo, Great British Air and Our Lady Air. Lindsay Duncan is the Narrator for the series which also features guest appearances by David Schimmer and Rupert Grint.
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It is not the show for which Lucas and Walliams will be remembered; it is more amusing than hilarious, and at times not funny at all.
Even if it doesn't hit its mark all the time, I'm guessing it will offer enough left-field surprises to make up for some of the too-straight jokes.
Beneath the lurching mish-mash of brilliant performances, hamfisted stereotypes, great jokes, crass clunkers, inspired catchphrases and overworked mantras, there was a really quite good satire trying to get out.
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