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"Do you dream of longer, fuller lashes? Then you should reevaluate your priorities."

When Hugh Dennis brought up American politics.

"Do you dream of longer, fuller lashes? Then you should reevaluate your priorities."

Hugh Dennis - Mock the week.

Hugh Dennis - Mock the week.

When Hugh Dennis had no time for sob stories.

31 Times "Mock The Week" Was Really Fucking Funny

When Hugh Dennis had no time for sob stories.

Lines you wouldn't hear in a TV detective show | Hugh Dennis | Mock the Week

Lines you wouldn't hear in a TV detective show | Hugh Dennis | Mock the Week

Mock the Week- The best of Hugh Dennis love the beginning

Mock the Week- The best of Hugh Dennis love the beginning

Outnumbered. Image shows from L to R: Jake (Tyger Drew-Honey), Sue (Claire Skinner), Pete (Hugh Dennis), Karen (Ramona Marquez), Ben (Daniel Roche). Image credit: Hat Trick Productions.

Outnumbered. Image shows from L to R: Jake (Tyger Drew-Honey), Sue (Claire Skinner), Pete (Hugh Dennis), Karen (Ramona Marquez), Ben (Daniel Roche). Image credit: Hat Trick Productions.

Donald Trump's plan if he becomes President | Hugh Dennis | Mock the Week

Donald Trump's plan if he becomes President | Hugh Dennis | Mock the Week

David Armand mimes Baby One More Time by Britney Spears - Fast and Loose

David Armand mimes Baby One More Time by Britney Spears - Fast and Loose

Mock the Week and Outnumbered's Hugh Dennis with an hilarious and insightful exploration of the changing image of Britain and Britishness. Hugh Dennis has secretly been worrying about what being "British" meant for nearly a decade, ever since his friend Ardal O'Hanlon had told him in passing that he was the most British person he had ever met. Hugh was unclear whether he was being praised, teased, vaguely insulted, or possibly all three - because it has always been very difficult to know how…

Mock the Week and Outnumbered's Hugh Dennis with an hilarious and insightful exploration of the changing image of Britain and Britishness. Hugh Dennis has secretly been worrying about what being "British" meant for nearly a decade, ever since his friend Ardal O'Hanlon had told him in passing that he was the most British person he had ever met. Hugh was unclear whether he was being praised, teased, vaguely insulted, or possibly all three - because it has always been very difficult to know how…

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