I picked this up from NetFlix because it listed Richard Ayoade in the cast. Sadly he's only in a couple of episodes. The main cast are Matt Berry and Rich Fulcher. Berry was in The It Crowd playing the really fucked up boss. Berry and Fulcher were on The Mighty Boosh together. I haven't seen more than parts of a couple of episodes of TMB yet and I can already tell that it's a weird one. I'm not sure I will like it but it's on my list anyway. Both the library and NetFlix have the dvds. Berry and Fulcher wrote most of the material in the 6 episodes of Snuff Box which started airing in February 2006. They only did the one series and I can see why. It's a weird sketch comedy show that isn't going to appeal to everyone, it's about a couple of guys who are hangmen. There's always a hanging sketch which has some sort of gag. One time, the condemmed man's head popped right off and they tossed it around like a hot potato. Not their best gag, some are a good bit better, some are downright weird and/or surreal. There's a time travel element element in the show. The guys hang out at a Gentlemen's club for hangmen. One of the rooms takes the visitor to the past where they get advice from the founder of the club. His advise is to party with some naughty ladies. That's most of the nudity in the show, one of the ladies usually doffs her top. I wound up playing it at the faster speed and occasionally skipping a sketch or two when it became unpleasant. Some of their sketches seem a bit pointless but occasionally I laughed out loud. It wasn't very often, 4 or 5 times total. There's a bunch of musical numbers that pop up during the show. The opening theme is written by Berry and sung by the cast. It's an odd one, not something that I would probably need to watch again but I wasn't sad to have seen it. It just doesn't fit my bill for a show that I want to spend time re-watching. I have a feeling that The Mighty Boosh will be one of those one viewing only shows also. There are some commentaries that I didn't listen to and a bunch of short featurettes in the extras. A lot of comedians that I like talk about the show and they all seemed to like it. Not that their testimonials mean anything. Whole episodes are blocked on YouTube but there are plenty of clips.