Just like Peep Show, this show is hilarious. The only thing I don't understand about the show (I have no idea whose decision this was) is WHY they ever thought using a laugh track was a good idea. They're not performing in front of an audience. It just doesn't fit. I'm not sure if it was their decision, or if the BBC thought it would be a bit too fast for most audiences, or if that's just part of the idea I don't get. It's distracting and a little demeaning in today's comedic climate. It's fairly easy to overlook though, and this show is great.