On yesterday’s setisoppO, we mentioned this moment.
Now, I know this was a parody of his own show on The Late Late Show with James Corden, but it got me thinking. First, it put me in mind of this.
And because my mind tends to focus on comedy things it can remember, it then led me on to this.
It seems odd that we watch the real versions of these shows in high numbers. Like Dragon’s Den for example, where we watch people with ideas and aspirations go cap in hand to rich knobs who sit there in judgement, while everyone else does all the work. They might as well look like Mr Creosote, and have someone peeling grapes for them.
This is how it should be done.
Aim up, not down.
(It seems I make all my points using comedy clips.)