That Mitchell & Webb Look

That Mitchell & Webb Look is a sketch show that features the title actors who are also the primary writers of the sketch comedy. The show features a number of reccurring characters such as the lazy writers who write terrible movies and an apocalyptic TV game show host.

Thursdays at 9:30 pm et/pt on BBC Two
4 Seasons, 24 Episodes
September 18, 2017
Comedy
8.0/10
Cast: David Mitchell, Robert Webb, James Bachman, Mark Evans
That Mitchell & Webb Look
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That Mitchell & Webb Look Full Episode Guide

  • An evil robot in disguise; how to make sure your family is eating enough cat; and why you can't do shop sketches any more. Then, we pay a visit to a very old Sherlock Holmes with Watson by his side, as they face the cruelest enemy of all.

  • Featuring a modern-day Cyrano de Bergerac explaining how to read a love poem to a woman addicted to EastEnders and a documentary about documentaries. Plus, a furious argument about christenings and a novel way to end a sketch show.

  • Robert and David introduce a gaggle of sketches you won't see in the main show.

  • More sketch comedy from the quirky world of David Mitchell and Robert Webb. This time Gilbert and Sullivan announce their new opera about a maverick cop - No Nonsense Harry; a very serious actor has a bitter argument with his moustache; and at last the invention of the domestic jetpack! Meanwhile, behind the scenes, David is selling a brand new kind of biscuit.

  • This week's sketches include the conspiracy behind the conspiracy behind the fake fake moon landings and Ted and Peter bring you all the excitement of Late Night Dog Poker.

  • The duo attempt to demonstrate the correct way to talk to Caesar.

  • New sketches include an Alcoholic Bed and Breakfast stay and new Numberwang.

  • New sketches include an ill friend asking for some very unreasonable last requests, and more from the post-apocalypse game show.

  • New sketches include a painfully honest best man speech, James Bond playing "guess the weight of the cake" at a fete, and the return of Sir Digby Chicken Caesar.

  • New sketches include Captain Todger, the world's least politically correct superhero, and a documentary about the early years of Ted and Peter the snooker commentators.

  • New sketches include a post-apocalypse game show, a new doorbell that uses a dog and a cannon, and Santa's no-good brother turning up at the North Pole.

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