Everything Else You Always Wanted to Know About Life (But Didn’t Care to Ask) (2 stars)

This article is from 2010.

Everything Else You Always Wanted to Know About Life (But Didn’t Care to Ask)

Largely-poor material takes us back to the mid-70s

It could have been a trick of the light, but did foursome Bad Bread just follow up the word ‘queries’ with a limp wrist gesture? Twice? At least not all of their largely-poor material takes us back to the mid-70s as they perform sketches introduced by a kiddie voiceover asking life’s big questions, such as ‘where do babies come from?’ and ‘what will I be when I grow up?’ with almost all of them tediously featuring a ‘spin’ on a historical/literary tale: Henry VIII seeking an internet date/Winnie the Pooh in prison/Christian Bale being angry.

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Everything Else You Always Wanted to Know About Life (But Didn't Care to Ask)

  • 2 stars

After a sell-out at the 2009 festival, Bad Bread return to deliver more fast-paced, original sketch comedy, in their continual attempts to answer all the questions you've never dared to ask. Ever wondered what career options a potato has? How Henry VIII finds his wives? Or how Jesus would fare on 'Mastermind'? We explore…

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