Affiche Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
  • 3 saisons
  • 24 épisodes
  • Début :
    2009
  • Statut :
    En Cours
  • Hashtag :
    #stewartLeesComedyVehicle

The show marks the triumphant television return of one of the finest stand-ups working in Britain today, enthralling a live audience with his uniquely cynical and hilariously condescending take on the world around him. Each episode sees Stewart exploring a different theme in a stand-up routine, often illustrated with sketches featuring an ensemble cast. They are performed in a way that deconstructs comedy itself; literally a vehicle for Lee's idiosyncratic style. Starring alongside Stewart are: Tony Law, Tara Flynn, Paul Putner, Kevin Eldon, Miles Jupp, Simon Munnery, Job Angus and Michael Redmond. Peter Serafinowicz provides voiceovers.

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Saisons & épisodes Les résumés de tous les épisodes de Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle

S01E01 Toilet Books 16/03/2009 In the first episode of this new series, Stewart looks at the phenomenon of toilet books. Where did they come from? And why? For some reason, someone, somewhere, thought history, fiction, poetry and the like weren’t enough any more, and so they invented celebrity hardbacks, tragic lives and Dan Brown. Stewart takes a look at some of this new lavatory literature, including works by Asher D and Paddy McGinty’s Goat, and finds out what would happen if Dan Brown got a job where he had to break bad news.
S01E02 Television 23/03/2009 In the second episode, Stewart casts his eye over the state of British television today, and tries to find out whose fault it is. Along the way, via a sketch, he meets the villagers who, every year, host a bizarre celebration of The Funniest Moment Ever On Television; explains his idea for a sequel to March Of The Penguins; and finds out why Ant and Dec never seem to grow older.
S01E03 Political Correctness 30/03/2009 Stewart Lee asks whether political correctness really has gone mad, or whether it is just something people say because they don't really understand what it means. Stewart thinks he knows what it means - though the tale of how his attempts to lose weight were ruined by the PC minefield makes him not so sure... not to mention the story of how a lost ballet shoe caused a national scandal.
S01E04 Financial Crisis 06/04/2009 In the fourth episode of this new series, Stewart comments that it’s not easy making a comedy show about a global financial crisis. But he’s going to give it a go, trying to find out how the financial markets got themselves into this mess and who’s going to get them out of it. He also discovers that destroying your own home just might pay off; that those who put money under the bed and not in the bank were right all along; and – most horrifying of all – in London, one is never more than 10 ft from an estate agent. At least he’s got fond memories of Woolworths, MFI and Zavvi…
S01E05 Comedy 13/04/2009 Stewart explores the difficulties of making jokes about religion, and how it turns out that most jokes about religion aren't actually about religion at all.
S01E06 Religion 20/04/2009 Stewart talks about comedy - how it works, how to do it, and how, having turned forty, he is worried that things might be going downhill.
S00E01 Stewart - Armando (Part 1) 16/03/2009 Armando Iannucci interviews Stewart about the content of his show, in what was presumably a pastiche of a Mark Lawson interview on a late night BBC arts programme. It was filmed in dimly-lit black and white, for added pretentiousness. Broadcast as a Red Button Extra.
S00E02 Stewart - Armando (Part 2) 23/03/2009 The second interview by Armando Iannucci in a series of six 'Red Button' extras. These accompany each new episode of Comedy Vehicle.
S00E03 Stewart - Armando (Part 3) 30/03/2009 Here's the third of Stewart Lee's interviews with Armando Iannucci made especially for that slender proportion of the viewing public who both enjoy almost annoyingly clever self-satirising comedy, and who own special boxes that enable them to watch extra footage of Dick and Dom at the touch of a red button.
S00E04 Stewart - Armando (Part 4) 06/04/2009 Here's the fourth of Stewart Lee's conversations with Armando Iannucci accompanying his current BBC TV series. He talks about the Global Financial Crisis.
S00E05 Stewart - Armando (Part 5) 13/04/2009 Stewart Lee talks to Armando Iannucci about his programme on the comedy.
S00E06 Stewart - Armando (Part 6) 20/04/2009 Executive producer Armando Iannucci interrogates Stewart Lee about his BBC Two series in a Frost/Nixon style face off. This week Armando and Stewart discuss comedy, revealing that Stewart is in fact not funny and it is time he turned to his true calling as a masked outlaw.
S00E07 Behind The Wheel 00/00/0000
S00E08 Stewart Lee Presents... Kevin Eldon 04/05/2011 To accompany series 2, Stewart Lee curated a night of comedy and music at the Mildmay Club which is airing on the Red Button after each episode of Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle on BBC Two. This week, Stewart Lee presents... Kevin Eldon, who talks to Stewart about his return to stand-up, whether his act would work if reversed, and performs a couple of selected songs including 'My CDs jump.'
S00E09 Stewart Lee Presents... Paul Sinha 11/05/2011 Exclusive to the Red Button, Stewart Lee curates a night of comedy and music featuring Paul Sinha.
S00E10 Stewart Lee Presents... Nick Pynn 18/05/2011 To accompany series 2, Stewart Lee curated a night of comedy and music at the Mildmay Club which is airing on the Red Button after each episode of Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle on BBC Two. This week, Stewart Lee and Nick Pynn perform the song 'Russell Brand's Wedding.'
S00E11 Stewart Lee Presents... Andrew O'Neill 25/05/2011 To accompany series 2, Stewart Lee curated a night of comedy and music at the Mildmay Club which is airing on the Red Button after each episode of Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle on BBC Two. This week, Stewart Lee presents... Andrew O'Neill.
S00E12 Stewart Lee Presents... Gail Brand And Mark Sanders 01/06/2011 To accompany series 2, Stewart Lee curated a night of comedy and music at the Mildmay Club which is airing on the Red Button after each episode of Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle on BBC Two. This week, Stewart Lee presents... Gail Brand and Mark Sanders with their improvised jazz.
S00E13 Stewart Lee Presents... 08/06/2011 Stewart Lee curates a night of comedy and music at the Mildmay Club on the Red Button. In this full half-hour compilation, Stewart Lee presents... Paul Sinha, Andrew O'Neill, Nick Pynn, Gail Brand & Mark Sanders and Kevin Eldon.
S00E14 Russell Brand's Wedding 00/00/0000
S00E15 Alan Moore 00/00/0000 An extended version of Lee and Alan Moore looking around Churchill's secret bunker.
S00E16 Stewart/Chris - Showbusiness Time 00/00/0000 Almost complete interview footage with Chris Morris
S00E17 Stewart/Chris - Physical Comedy 00/00/0000 Almost complete interview footage with Chris Morris
S00E18 Stewart/Chris - Shilbottle 00/00/0000 Almost complete interview footage with Chris Morris
S00E19 Stewart/Chris - England 00/00/0000 Almost complete interview footage with Chris Morris
S00E20 Stewart/Chris - Satire 00/00/0000
S00E21 Stewart/Chris - Context 00/00/0000 Almost complete interview footage with Chris Morris
S00E22 Stewart/Chris - London 00/00/0000 Almost complete interview footage with Chris Morris
S00E23 Stewart/Chris - Marriage 00/00/0000 Almost complete interview footage with Chris Morris
S00E24 Stewart/Chris - Summary 00/00/0000 Almost complete interview footage with Chris Morris
S00E25 Stewart Lee Meets Baconface 00/00/0000 An exclusive interview with script associate Baconface (subject to lengthy contractual negotiations with this legendary Canadian maverick performer).

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