23 August 2016 | pmcdeee
It's new, fresh and funny
I'm not a fan of giving these type of celebrities anymore airtime than they deserve, however, I do think this works well. I love the film noir styling, the concept of the show is great, ad lib to a certain degree makes the comedy genuine and you can't help but laugh. It's off the wall approach is fresh a mix of mighty boosh meets sin city... The lead guy (Sleet played by Tommy Davis) is great in his role an obscure giant of a character that keeps the celebs ticking along the process. The celebrity impersonations aren't great but I'm sure it's intentionally rough to keep it edgy. There is also the element of who done it, I know the plots are very random but it's still another element of intrigue and keeps you guessing. I would like to know how informed the celebs actually are, I do hope they are as in the dark as is made out. I'm hooked and hope it continues for a third series.