Millman as a TV star, nominated for a BAFTA, appearing in an avant-garde play directed by Ian McKellen, prancing about homo-erotically with Jonathan Ross? What universe was this supposed to be exactly?
It played a bit like a sketch show. Some of the sketches were stronger than others.
Lots of delicious cameos. Ian Mckellen explaining "why I am so good at acting", Daniel Radcliffe and his condom, Ronnie Corbett as a coke-fiend, almost any of the little scenes between Stephen Merchant and "Barry off Eastenders".
If it failed to live up to its promise, it wasn't for lack of ambition.