Look at Me, Look at Me! (Paperback)
  • Look at Me, Look at Me! (Paperback)
  • Look at Me, Look at Me! (Paperback)
  • Look at Me, Look at Me! (Paperback)
  • Look at Me, Look at Me! (Paperback)
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Look at Me, Look at Me! (Paperback)

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Paperback 272 Pages / Published: 03/10/2005
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________________ 'Dom Joly serves up a narrative of the bizarre and improbable in his spoof autobiography ... Brutal electrocution of a nanny, a fling with Nigel from Turkmenistan and a stint at MI6 rouse laughs aplenty' - Observer 'If you thought Trigger Happy TV was well-observed, you'll discover it merely scratched the surface. A mixture of truth and total rubbish - this could be the best load of crap we've ever read. Just take it all with a bucket of salt' - Heat 'He is back to amuse, confuse and just blatantly lie in his ridiculous autobiography ... One to rival Beckham's we think' - Fresh Direction 'The bastard offspring of Spike Milligan and Baron Munchausen, it is deeply strange and very funny' - Terence Blacker, Sunday Times ________________ For the first time, Dom Joly reveals how he murdered his Armenian nanny before his second birthday, how as a student he inadvertently gave Kurt Cobain the inspiration for 'Smells like Teen Spirit', how as a producer for ITN he mistook John Major for a large lizard, and how after being raped by a TV weathergirl the scandal was hushed up and Trigger Happy TV was born. Dom Joly promises many other sensational revelations involving fellow celebrities including Vanessa Feltz, Peter Mandelson and Uday Hussein ... and many others yet to be identified.

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
ISBN: 9780747577607
Number of pages: 272
Weight: 236 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
'If you thought Trigger Happy TV was well-observed, you'll discover it merely scratched the surface. A mixture of truth and total rubbish - this could be the best load of crap we've ever read. Just take it all with a bucket of salt' * Heat *
'Look at Me, Look at Me, which masquerades as the autobiography of Dom Joly, the creator of Trigger Happy TV, is predictably strange. Having failed to re-enter the womb soon after being born, Joly is befriended by Arthur the family's talking rhodesian ridgeback, who becomes a spiritual mentor as the narrator becomes a spy, rock star and political journalist before ending up at Channel Four. The bastard offspring of Spike Milligan and Baron Munchausen, it is deeply strange and very funny' * Terence Blacker, Sunday Times *
'He is back to amuse, confuse and just blatantly lie in his ridiculous autobiography ... One to rival Beckham's we think' * Fresh Direction *
'Dom Joly serves up a narrative of the bizarre and improbable in his spoof autobiography ... Brutal electrocution of a nanny, a fling with Nigel from Turkmenistan and a stint at MI6 rouse laughs aplenty' * Observer *

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