Follows Jack Whitehall as he embarks on the trip of a lifetime with his father, Michael. The two set off on a journey across South East Asia to partake in a series of adventures, mishaps and escapades with two very different perspectives.
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First of all i would like to admit that i am a fan of many show on BBC3 (apart from that coming of age crap.) Lunch monkeys is a show that makes me laugh and that really is all that should matter. It does have a few bits in which you question the believability of the show but that is the biggest negative i can give. Reading reviews for this show i saw that many people were saying that lunch monkeys is a cheap rip off of the office, which is absolute rubbish. In no shape or form does this sitcom try to copy the office apart from of course the fact that it is based in a solicitors office.
Lunch monkeys is an enjoyable comedy which has a talented young cast and i for one would like to see it return with a second series.
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