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Publisher's Summary

Andy Hamilton and Jay Tarses' script for Revolting People, about the American War of Independence, winningly mixes the "boom boom" school of jokes, literary silliness (jeopardy means "like a jeopard"), and anachronisms that make deft political points. Hamilton and Tarses, who has written for the Muppets and the Bob Newhart Show, appear alongside Jan Ravens (Deadringers) and James Fleet in this unmissable series, with appearances from Hugh Dennis and Michael Fenton Stevens (TWOS).
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By Ellen Leithold on 09-29-08

Laugh out loud funny

Wish there was a Series 3 available.

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By DobieChuck on 05-08-16

Hilarious

Very funny w/ some awesome tongue in cheek and innuendo based humor... As good as the 1st series and am hoping for a release of season 3 as I dearly want to laugh along w/ the adventures and hijinks of these lovable misfits...

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By SnapWriter on 07-28-17

Genius Part 2 of 2

Sheer genius! I loved every second. Andy Hamilton always delivers.

ONLY TWO SERIES!

It may only be under three hours, but the quality is 100% satisfaction.

Download now.

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By Kitty Cat on 02-06-17

I wanted to like it

I'm so disappointed by this, it's got a great cast and yet somehow it falls flat. It has a few funny lines scattered about but it's not worth waiting for them. Poor.

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