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Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle Ep 1 - March 2009 The Medium Is Not Enough TV Blog - March 16th, 2009

They’re wrong of course: the lowest form of wit is punning, and if they’d watched Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle on Monday they’d have realised they’re wrong, too. Because Stewart Lee has perfected sarcasm. Officially, the 41st best stand-up in Britain, Lee – for slightly old-timers like me – is one of the man-gods of comedy:…

Pick Of The Day: Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle - March 2009 The Mirror - By Jane Simon - March 16th, 2009

Stewart Lee’s comedy vehicle looks like a clown car. His show appears to be a stand-up gig in a nightclub, with added sketches, and Stewart Lee himself looks like a middle-aged man in a suit that’s straining at the buttons. It’s not a comedy suit though, like Harry Hill’s trademark collars. It’s more like the…

Stewart Lee on his Comedy Vehicle - March 2009 The Sunday Times - By Stephen Armstrong - March 15th, 2009

Stewart Lee, widely regarded as one of the UK’s most influential live performers by comedians from big names such as Ricky Gervais to newcomers such as Josie Long, ended his stand-up career in 2000 shortly after a gig in Fulham where a bloke kept shouting: “Tell more jokes! We’ve paid to hear jokes!” “I thought,…

Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle - March 2009 The Radio Times - March 14th, 2009

Comedy Of The Week - March 2009 Radio Times - March 14th, 2009

Send In The Clown - March 2009 TV & Satellite Week - March 14th, 2009

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