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Ricky Gervais May 17
10 weeks since launched on Netflix and I've never had a reaction like it. It's not just the sheer number of people, but also the intensity of the response. It makes writing series 2 an absolute joy. Thanks again. (The dog does not die. I promise)
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Ricky Gervais May 22
Who are your top 5 dinner guests, dead or alive?
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Ricky Gervais May 19
"Happiness is amazing. It's so amazing it doesn't matter if it's yours or not".
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Ricky Gervais May 20
Hi Ellen. Listen, I am stuck in England writing and touring my new stand up show so I can't come to LA to do any Emmy campaigning. Could you do me a favour and mention in all your guest interviews for the next few weeks? Also, I need more pants. Cheers.
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Paddy O'Brien May 19
I'll be honest, I find this scene the hardest to watch. I'm kind of jealous as I never had a father figure in my life, so never got to experience that Father/Son bond. This scene is beautiful, when Ray, albeit briefly, remembers Tony as 'His boy'. 😢
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Ricky Gervais May 19
"Gervais reshaped the contours of television comedy, fortifying his comedic voice with a succession of TV series, stand-up tours and movies and pushed his acerbic brand of insult humour into dark new territory with " - LA Times
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Ricky Gervais May 16
'The Wire' NEVER won an Emmy, and one theory was that too much swearing is off-putting to some voters. has abso-fucking-lutley no cunting chance then.
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Ricky Gervais May 19
I've no idea who these fucking Emmy voters are, so just tell everyone you know to vote for and we're bound to catch a few. Cheers.
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Paddy O'Brien May 17
Misophonia (hatred of sound) is perfectly demonstrated here causing Tony rage at the sound of someone eating loudly. "Look, just ignore him okay. Why don't you throw yourself into your work." Brilliant scene from 's
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Ricky Gervais May 21
Can you do a better job than these idiots? Sum up why people should watch in one tweet. Go!
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Ricky Gervais May 23
A lovely added bonus that has come with the crazy success of is so many people discovering or rewatching and . The beauty of . Thank you. Best fans in the world.
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Ellen DeGeneres May 20
Replying to @rickygervais @netflix
I’ll start right now – everyone go watch ! As for pants, I’m sending you these ASAP.
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Ana Nicolau May 21
If you ever experienced loss by is pretty accurate portraying what it’s like. Pain is such a core quality to the state of being human. Losing someone you love really takes it to another level. When you watch it, you won’t feel alone
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Emma Bryan May 18
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Paddy O'Brien May 18
Another fantastic scene that has you crying laughing one second & then emotional the next when Tony makes the connection to the man's sadness & grief at the loss of his own wife. Just wonderful. "Nothing's as good if you don't share it." 's wonderful 😉
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krystal mcfadden May 19
Best thing that came into my life 13 years ago. Lost him a month ago. Miss him ever day! they make such an impact on your lives ❤️ he has my whole heart for my whole life. My boy Jasper
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Jamie May 21
If you like prostitutes, drugs, dogs and have a sense of humour then watch it. If you like Ricky Gervais then watch it. If you hate any/all of the above, watch it anyway because you're probably the kind of person who needs one of those mentioned above in your life.
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Alice Marie Johnson 2h
I can’t wait to be on the show tonight. It airs at 9:00 pm ET, so tune in!
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@bristolgyaljay🙋🏼‍♀️ May 16
“Don’t come out this fat cunts shat himself” said it before and I’ll say it again, is classic😂😂
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Paddy O'Brien May 18
Streaming now on 's fantastic new show Just don't order off the kids menu!!! 😂😉
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