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The first episode of the Comedy, series Bremner, Bird and Fortune season 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 was released in 2008-11-02 by Channel 4. The TV show was created by and directed by John Fortune, Rory Bremner, John Bird. Actors in the cast include John Fortune, John Bird, Pauline McLynn, Frances Barber, Rory Bremner, Alexei Sayle. The avarenge rating on IMDB: is / 10. Series awards - .
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Where Did All The Money Go?
air day: 2008-11-02
The two Johns use their “George Parr” sketch to explain the mindset of investment bankers “Everybody asking all sort of difficult questions…nit-picking like ‘Where the money gone?’… as if I’m supposed to know,” “Stupidity and incompetance…that’s something we can be very proud of” and there is even a sketch based around the South Sea Bubble, showing how little we had learnt since the early 1700’s.
Rory Bremner spoofed Gordon Brown, Robert Peston, Dr Rowan Williams, and George Bush, and he has some good lines in his standup (or desk-bound) comedy, laughing at bankers around the globe while explaining the insanity of it all: “Stan O’Neil left Merrill Lynch with a heavy heart, but a heavier wallet.” “I happen to know the White House is going to be repossessed any day now.” There are apt comparisons with 1929 and the cautious 1950’s as well.
The China Syndrome
air day: 2008-11-09
Till Debt Do Us Part
air day: 2008-11-16
A Modest Proposal
air day: 2008-11-18
The final part of the satirical series in which the trio have played the current financial crisis for laughs, but have also conducted a crash course on the head-in-the-sand mindset of the world’s highest-paid bankers as they traded in large amounts of debt.