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That Mitchell & Webb Sound: The Complete Third Series
Surely, Monsieur Voirot, you're not accusing me of murder? Indeed I am, mademoiselle. Murder of ze most treacherous and ze most ingenious. Oh, heavens! Surely you can't mean that, Voirot. It is of ze most regrettable that I do.
In later years I would think of the place as Tatooine, the planet Luke Skywalker imagines to be furthest from the bright centre of the universe. But for now, it was the universe and one with which I was perfectly content. There was just one problem. When we first meet Luke on Tatooine, he has an issue with his mysteriously absent father. My father, on the other hand, was all too present. And his name might as well have been Darth Vader. Actually it was Paul.
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It contains material expanding the lives and stories of some of the characters from their BBC Radio 4 sketch show, That Mitchell and Webb Sound , such as Ted and Peter , two alcoholic ex-snooker players turned commentators. The book features a supposed interview with "Peter DeCoursey" the commentator's full name in which he reveals that he is gay and poses for some photos. Of Ted it features a tabloid-style tour of his house and interviews with himself and his fifth wife, Asti. It also contains some features made for the book only, like the pitch of the non-existent television sitcom You Know Who Your Mates Are , a parody of working class sitcoms written by out-of-touch middle class people. It is written in a deliberately bad way for comic effect. The Guardian praised the book, calling it "a deliciously texty book packed with the same kind of slick, idea-rich comic prose that you find in Mitchell's Observer column.