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You've Been Framed! 

Surreal comedy from the mind of Harry Hill, featuring his unique observations on the world's funniest accidents as captured on smartphones, video cameras, webcams & CCTV. If you've filmed a... See full summary »
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Harry Hill ...  Himself - Narrator 14 episodes, 2004-2017
Jeremy Beadle ...  Himself - Host 12 episodes, 1990-1997
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Surreal comedy from the mind of Harry Hill, featuring his unique observations on the world's funniest accidents as captured on smartphones, video cameras, webcams & CCTV. If you've filmed a funny moment on camera - Harry wants to see it! Every week Harry examines the funniest videos submitted by UK viewers, and by viewers from around the world. He welcomes you to join him on a voyage of discovery through this world of video nightmares. Where else could you find out what Will and Kate get up to while the Queen is on the loo? Or why Bryan May's scalp makes a great piñata? If you've ever wondered what David Cameron really gets up to behind the bins at Chequers, or why Lorraine Kelly needs to test the strength of Ross King's thongs, then Harry's your man. But be warned - no one is safe from Harry's surreal observations. Will the star of this week's show be you? Written by N/A

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Don't do anything stupid unless you're being framed!

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Tired Format Partially Saved By Harry Hill
6 January 2007 | by bs3dcSee all my reviews

"You've Been Framed" should have been killed off many years ago when Jeremy Beadle left. Lisa Riley and Johnathan 'I'm mates with Robbie Williams' Wilkes really drove it to rock bottom with increased unnecessary presenting from the studio with incredibly corny jokes. This left precious little time for any actual clips making the show unwatchable.

Harry Hill has saved the show to some extent by removing the studio element and making a commentary that is nearly always far more entertaining than the clips themselves. There is a definite limit however on the amount of fun that can be got from people falling off swings, getting hit in the groin, dancing embarrassingly at weddings until their trousers fall down, etc. etc. The only clips with any real laughter value are those involving animals as these are generally less set-up. Sadly the number of these is outweighed by spoilt children crying about unwanted Christmas presents or just babies smiling at the camera (side-splittingly hilarious I don't think).

The clips remain the same and are often repeated from many series ago. I noticed they have even started blanking out the year when it appears on the camcorder display, probably because they are too ashamed to admit they came from the late 80's/early 90's. As it is far too many of them are set up and it is tiresomely obvious. You only need to stop and think why somebody would actually be filming that event to spot them.

Harry Hill is wasted here and should concentrate on other projects such as TV Burp which is excellent, indeed the Christmas special was one of the few highlights of the seasonal schedule.


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