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Old Oct 24th, 2012, 11:26 AM   #4477
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Re: On the Concept of Irony w/ Continual Reference to Caro, the #1 Sunshine Queen

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Originally Posted by The Reff View Post
Well .... no he's not, - but so, I fear, in relation to "Extras", neither is Karl (I think his only involvement is a part in the christmas special).
In a direct comparison between "Klovn" and "Extras" I would choose the latter every time - but I have had quite a few good laughs from "Klovn".
My Personal all time favourite installation in Danish humour is still "The Julekalender" (old school - I know), but that is a personal preference and one that is almost impossible to convey into English (even though the language spoken in it is a kind of Danish-pidgin english).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdsrKXCOFrw
I didn't mean to imply, Frank Hvam's (?) role in Klovn was equal to Karl Pilkingtons. Karl Pilkington only had a few scenes. But as you rightly said, Klovn has an Extra vibe and Frank Hvam appears to be a Karl Pilkington type of character. With Casper being Ricky.

I've only watched a few episodes so far .. via YT, but it's on a torrent and downloading as we speak ..

PS You have seen 'Idiot Abroad', yes?
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