5. Nile Rodgers from Chic.
4. Pornographic film director Pierre Woodman
3. Rapper Pitbull
2. Baby from German swimming video
1. Die Hard 2 Extra
Karl returns home on the 16th November to do a book-signing in the Trafford Park branch of ASDA in Manchester. The signing will last from 12pm to 4pm, but if you can make it, go early to avoid disappointment as they expect it to be packed!
All the details can be seen in the flyer below, you don’t have to buy the book... more →
The latest episode of Stephen Merchant’s ‘Hello Ladies’, The Dinner, is perhaps the most fully realised and well executed outing to date in the series. The episode hits upon some great comic moments whilst also managing to make the episode’s subplots feel less like filler, and more like avenues through which the world... more →
Episode three of Hello Ladies and it’s make or break time, for me.
I’ve enjoyed the series so far but felt like it has a lot more potential left in the tank. The good news is that this episode continues in the same vain as the previous two. The bad news is that I didn’t think that it took it... more →
Let me preface this review by letting you all know that, in my opinion, yes, it would seem the lanky co-writer does indeed still have ‘it’. Hello Ladies’ latest instalment, “The Limo”, perhaps doesn’t reach the same cringe-inducing highs as last week’s “Pilot, but it feels like a more rounded experience and is... more →
Karl ran Shortlist Magazine through his new series The Moaning of Life that debuts on Sky One on the 20th October.
“I also met this bloke Tommy The Clown. He’s from a ghetto area, and he found happiness by making others happy. So, he dresses as a clown and goes around getting people dancing. I invented a dance called ‘The... more →
‘Hello Ladies’ has flown under my radar, and I’m not sure why. After Ricky Gervais’ ‘Derek’ aired to mixed reviews, covering a spectrum of passionate hatred to divine worship, depending on who you asked, I was interested to see how lanky co-writer Steve Merchant fared... more →