Be sure to catch Graham's final show of the season, should be on YouTube by tomorrow - Dataloounge faves on the couch are Dame Judi (of Dench), Jude Law, James Franco and Mila Kunis, with music by cheeky chappy Olly Murs - our only X-factor person to do well here.
Will Jude and Judi be a blast - will James Franco join in or be on a higher level, or just selling his latest product ?
This is in England of course.
Jude and Judi should be a double act. How does the Dame keep going - she must be in her late 70s, but she never stops working.
Graham Norton's shows are on BBC America Saturday Nights or you can catch the full show and a week ahead on You Tube.
Could be interesting to see how Franco gets on with Jude - like how Mark and Fassbender did last week !
You can watch them real time live on BBC using Tunnel Bear
I saw Judi and Daniel Craig on Graham and they were so funny together. She is a scream. Love GN show..
Jude and Judi are in Michael Grandage's hot new West End troupe (as is Ben Whishaw). Doubtless they'll promote it. I'll check 'em out!
OP, PLEASE stop trying to make your little campy Brit chat show happen here?
Nobody cares. It flopped in the states just like it's flopping there. Run along now and play with some of your own species.
[quote]Olly Murs - our only X-factor person to do well here.
What about One Direction?
I thought they always have a guest comic to provide the laughs? Law, Franco and Murs are not remotely funny.
Franco will sneak in a word or two about how he lives the straight lifestyle.
Well, that was interesting, NOT. Franco though billed did not appear .... perhaps he was not going to share the limelight with Jude still pretty at 40.
BBC America, at least on demand (Comcast), has taken to cutting fifteen minutes out of the show and adding a ton of ads, or rather a ton of ad -- they show the same one over and over and over and over.
Fassbender's reaction to Walburg's carrying on was omitted, though we got the carrying on or most of it (idiotic).
Some of the shows are priceless. It's the last of the real talk shows where, rather than having six minutes to plug something, the guests actually talk and a good many are very funny. Sorry if it's doing badly. (Anyone who can should catch great character actor Miriam Margolyes telling a long story about giving a "Yank" a blow job ["though I of course am lesbian"] while she was at Cambridge -- she does all the voices, including the ecstatic Yank's, it's hysterical.)