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Only “furious moronic c**ts” liked Ricky Gervais’s Golden Globes set, declares the worst article ever written by a comic in the history of comedy or journalism.
Yes, I know this is a field with many contenders. But this foam-flecked diatribe by professional comedian Stewart Lee — which I urge you to read if only for the purposes of sheer, unadulterated, torture porn ecstasy — easily takes the soggy biscuit as the very nadir of its genre.
Set - Text - Historians - Future
It’s so sphincter-poppingly angry, so totally unamusing and uninsightful, and so painfully, excruciatingly right-on that I believe it will become a key set text, endlessly studied and dissected by cultural historians of the future.
Like Ricky Gervais’s Golden Globes speech, it will be recognised as a pivotal moment in the culture wars — when the tide turned and normal, sensible folk realised that they don’t, after all, have to take finger-wagging moral lectures from the hypocritical, shallow, bitter, angry, groupthink-mired, virtue-signalling gimps that comprise the showbiz wankerati.
Stewart - Lee - Comedian - Stuff - Comics
Stewart Lee is a very successful comedian, very likely worth several million. I haven’t seen much of his stuff; nor, quite likely have you — for he is one of those comics that appears on the BBC and Channel 4 quite a bit but whom you tend to turn off after about thirty seconds of rambling, woke monologue because he’s really more of a Guardian-reader kind of thing.
Still, here is what the Guardian said about him when it recently ranked him the 41st best comic of the 21st century:The “comedian’s comedian”, Lee is known for his meandering, oddball tales and surreal projects such as Jerry Springer: The Opera. Bridging the gap between 90s standup and the present (his influence is clear on bright, bizarre young things like James Acaster), Lee’s recent show, Content Provider, tackled Brexit with brilliant amounts of bathos...
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