David Brent returned to our screens last night, and it was as if he had never been away.
For Comic Relief, Ricky Gervais unwrapped his iconic alter ego, and we caught up with the last decade for Wernham Hogg's former boss - "What's happened, what hasn't happened?" he asked viewers, rhetorically, in his local pub. "Mostly repping."
'Equality Street' - a classic rap by Brent and Johnson
But repping became rapping, because it transpired that Brent's real vocation was music management - "like a local Simon Cowell' - much to the good fortune of his discovery Dom Johnson , whose studio time he funded.
This turned out to be a mixed blessing, because Brent discovered a guitar and his inner rapper.
There were some sticky moments in the studio - "Can all you lot rap then, even Trevor MacDonald?" asked Brent - but a record was pressed - a classic in the making...
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