King of Excellent (according to Scaryduck)

Wednesday, October 28

Armstrong and Miller.

This comedy duo are relatively new to the TV world, and yet in the short time they've been around, what an impression they've made on it. Ben Miller was fairly well known as Rowan Atkinson's sidekick in the Barclaycard Advert spin off "Johnny English," and Alexander Armstrong has also appeared in a straight role recently celebrating the great micro wars of the 80s as a certain Clive Sinclair. Well, recent times have meant they've teamed up with some great comedy writers and produced some unparalleled characters. Like Enfield and Whitehouse before them, you tune in each week to catch up on some inspired writing. A good example is from the BBC's own trailer for the show, but this isn't the video of the week because for some reason the BBC have slapped a ban on it being shown outside the UK so some of you won't be able to see it. So, instead, I have taken their most famous characters. Two chums from the RAF in the 1940s, in a typical film of that era. But, what would they be like if they spoke like teenagers of today? Well, the answer is very, very funny.