Kiosk Keith became a hit for his moody, straight-faced
This is brilliantly observed, straight-faced
humour to rival any of the League of Gentlemen programmes.
German dancer Thomas Lehmen's straight-faced
conceptual comedy trio mono subjects cast a spotlight on relationships between performer, audience, and reality.
But if she would have made that crack about "Bush-induced Tourette's syndrome" in front of me, I would have asked straight-faced
which tics she's experiencing: throat clearing, humming, sniffing, rapid eye blinking, shoulder shrugging, head jerking, or lip licking?
"He was very straight-faced
and looked a bit apprehensive.
Veteran actress Elke Sommer turns in a nice comic performance, and despite the ragged filmmaking and shaggy-dog script, the film's straight-faced
endorsement of true love and the pursuit of wisdom is surprisingly endearing.
The normally straight-faced
former Spice girl, 39, was snapped on a walk through the Californian countryside in a picture posted by her best pal, celebrity hairstylist Ken Paves.
By this straight-faced
quote from Vanessa on Tuesday: "That looks like a perfectly lovely vagina to me." Genuinely gobsmacking television.
The element of mystery and black humour, together with the straight-faced
playing of the cast make Head Above Water a bold attempt at a difficult genre.
The agents asked, straight-faced
, "Who is David Geffen?" On Fire Island, the isle of butt thong, pale-faced agents in white shirts and ties questioned gay men on the beach.
A kind of parallel concrete poetry, these straight-faced
descriptions are very important to Craigie.
But playing away certainly wasn't for straight-faced
Capello, who had flown over to AC Milan to see David Beckham in action.
Not even a starry cast including Heath Ledger, Wes Bentley and Kate Hudson as the General's daughter can do much for this period piece which now seems stranded between the straight-faced
They show the woman smiling and her hair pulled back before the injections and later she's seen straight-faced
and a little puffy below the eyes.
This time round it's no laughing matter with this very straight-faced
Scouse reworking of King Lear starring Richard Harris as a kingpin mobster threatened alike by friends and family - including blowsy daughters Louise Lombard and Lorraine Pilkington.