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The exciting story of a band of rugged maturing geeks who find themselves up against the evil forces of budgetary constraints whilst fighting a desperate struggle to maintain their credibility in a constantly-changing world of ever-smaller icons. Starring Spencer "hey, over *here* girls!" Kelly and series regular Marc "ooh, these trousers have shrunk" Cieslak, the series is currently most notable for virtuoso IT-girl "LJ" packing some awesome musical super-powers and who is well worth the price of admission.

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Move aside Blofeld
26 April 2015 | by See all my reviews

Riveting analysis of an arch villain in the making and his plan for world domination. I especially enjoyed the negotiations with Homebase when the recreational installations inside the volcano didn't match the curtains. furthermore, the research and development department were highly entertaining in their attempts to get the "LAZERRR" operational, notwithstanding the ominous presence of mini-P throughout the documentary. Once the volcano, or Mount Shinmoe as it is often affectionately referred to, is complete (and lets hope IKEA get the color scheme correct this time) I think we will be hearing a lot more from this guy.

Well worth a watch.


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