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Ricky Gervais appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon this week, with the English comedian engaging in a game of word
David Brent did what he could to bring humour to the workplace of Wernham Hogg, but it seems his alter ego Ricky Gervais
'Derek's second episode concentrated on Broad Hall's search for a new caretaker following the resignation of Dougie. There
'Derek' was back on our screens last night, with Ricky Gervais' comedy drama set in an old peoples' home providing us with
Rather than trying to be different with what you wear, you try to be 'ardently ordinary' or 'endearingly awkward', and, for a character rarely seen out of his zip- up polyester cardigan and sweat pants, it means Derek is not just riding a Normcore wave, he's the king of the movement.
Ricky Gervais articulates his emotions about empathy through his favourite character Derek Well, that seems fair enough. All
Ricky Gervais has revealed the surprise inspiration behind his character 'Derek', who returns in the second series of Gervais
Does TV and film influence us more than we realise? Probably. Are our brains being shaped by the violence, sex and nastiness we see on a daily basis? Most possibly. Is there a way we can stand up and shout when we see positive, surprising, heartwarming stuff on the screen as an antidote to all of the above? Yes, there is! Read on, and prepare to join in from the comfort of your favourite armchair.
“It’s my favourite thing I’ve ever created or worked on. I love Derek more than any other character. In fact, I wish I were
Derek is genuinely life-affirming. How many sitcoms capture the quiet, gradual, dignified, terrifying, wistful, relief-flecked prospect of death? Of recent comedies, only Jo Brand's masterful Getting On comes close.