As most of the laughs are either dark or near the knuckle
(often both) Back won't be to everyone's taste.
Tomorrow, Glee Club, Birmingham, 0871 472 0400 COMEDY Jimmy Carr Come for the witty and incisive musings on the human condition; stay, if you dare, for the near the knuckle
gags Tomorrow, Wolverhampton Civic Hall, www.
And a winning mix s of friendly charm and joyfully near the knuckle
jokes has made co-headliner and former Liverpool Comedian of the Year Chris Cairns, above, one of the most in-demand comics around today, with a panto appearance alongside John Bishop on his never ending list of credits.
Expect some near the knuckle
debate involving Saint Sebastian the Martyr and why good Catholic boys are attracted to women with very large, well developed .
Archer certainly stands out from the crowd, not just because it's animated, but because it's an action adventure sitcom that can, at times, be a little near the knuckle
Les just cuts off the pipe near the knuckle
, then uses a Socket Saver to ream out the pipe to expose the inside of the fitting.
While we're not expecting anything quite so near the knuckle
as Tipping The Velvet, or even The Singing Detective, the subject matter of The Crimson Petal and the White does suggest we're going to have a bit of raunchiness every now and then.
When some of his gags proved a little near the knuckle
, the audience, packed full of Hollywood's great and good, seemed to take umbrage.
At times, the 'life' element of the show comes quite near the knuckle
- poignant stories of death and illness just about toe the line between comedy and tragedy, but there does not seem to be quite enough irony there to make the audience laugh without feeling squeamish.
We praise and glorify a chef for using the most foul language on TV, the scriptwriters of TV shows run their storylines as near the knuckle
as they can legally get away with regards this same foul language and scenes of violence.
Divorced from a fictional character and other people to react to the awful things he is saying, sometimes Gervais the stand-up gets too near the knuckle
Some lines are clever, particularly the John Prescott jokes, but some are clichAd and not as topical as Rik had led us to believe, while a couple are near the knuckle
, when it's suggested that Alan is behind the deaths of John Smith and David Kelly.
Last year's supper at Tulliallan, near Kincardine, had jokes from speakers that were said to be 'a bit near the knuckle
He immediately retired hurt, having scored four, and went to hospital for an X-ray which revealed a fracture near the knuckle
of his little finger.
The eastern one arrives near the knuckle
of the plan, at a broad flight of steps which penetrates right through the building to bring you out under the overhanging roof overlooking the little triangular court defined by the two wings.