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""[QI’s] relocation to BBC One increased ratings, but there was a cost. It had to stop being what we had become - eclectic, uncompromising, slightly saucy.
“It’s a happy return [to BBC Two]. QI can be itself again, instead of masquerading as something else.”"
JOHN LLOYD, QI producer, "BBC One comedy has become bland" [via Telegraph]
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"Does class really matter when it comes to comedy? Miranda, joke and trinket shop owner with pushy mother and “jolly hockey sticks” schoolfriends, would presumably count as solidly middle-class. And yet I’ve always thought of her comedy – being rubbish with boys, rubbish at not being clumsy, rubbish at managing her mother – as being universal. That is the joy of it. Good comedy isn’t about class, it’s about the jokes."
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