it was a few laughs at other expense...usually based on actions that the butt of the jokes had taken themselves - if people didnt like it they could have easily switched channel if they werent so fat/lazy that any movement would have put a serious strain on their stupid arses. just coz u dont like it doesnt mean others shouldnt (i didnt watch it, much like most of the people who have an opinion on it)
I do love how the vast majority of comments +Daily Mail gets on Google+ completely disagree with their take on the news. Maybe they should try some actual journalism for a change and try to start a debate rather than make up headlines in an attempt to stir up trouble.
+shameer Ackbarkhan This show wasn't insulting at all and is in fact one of the funnier shows at this time of year.
I watched the second half of the show and I wasn't offended by it. In fact, it was in line with expectations, having watched previous years' shows. Unless the first half was drastically different, then I'm really surprised about this story, especially as it seemingly made it to the front page. WTF?
What a surprise more outrage from angry of Tunbridge Wells sorry the Daily Mail about another Ch 4 comedy show. Only thing more funny than the show is the expected pompous indignation from the mail, long may they keep it up as it is a good source of amusement. If Ch 4 continues to produce such scurrilous and pejorative comedy program's perhaps the mail could arrange to send a gunboat up the river to show the establishments displeasure at such disrespectful behaviour.
With this kind of reporting from Daily Mail, I am seriously thinking of un-following them on Google plus. Come on +Daily Mail , start using your grey cells and find something worthwhile to report...show some value for your readers time.
I think the show is crap anyway BUT if you didn't like it DM there are over 100 other channel to watch on your Sky / virgin box. I agree with other comments, DM just ran out of things to be outraged about and just happened to have C4 on.
I think we can see what has happened here. With most of upper management out of the office, the staff left putting the paper together over the holiday thought they would fill some space with a bit of manufactured outrage only to find it backfire badly. Even the comments on the article on the site are overwhelmingly in favour of the show and wondering just what kind of sense of humour failure someone must have to turn it into a full blown newspaper article.
Learn a lesson here Daily Mail, when it comes to deciding what is and isn't to the taste of the British public, you don't exactly have your finger on the pulse. Some of the stuff you print makes people angry when they disagree with you. In this case, I think your writers are just to be pitied.