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Encyclopedia > Lab Rats
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Lab Rats is a 2007 BBC situation comedy currently in development set in a university science laboratory. It will star Chris Addison, who has co-written the series with Carl Cooper. The series is produced by Armando Iannucci, with whom Addison worked in The Thick of It. Image File history File links TVfuture_icon. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... For a list of universities around the world, see Lists of colleges and universities Representation of a university class, 1350s. ... Chris Addison is an award-winning writer, stand up comic and actor, with a career which has spanned over a decade. ... Presenting the Election Night Armistice in 1997 Armando Iannucci (born 1964, Glasgow, Scotland) is a Scottish comedian, satirist and radio producer. ... The Thick of It is a British comedy television series, which satirises the inner workings of modern British government. ...


Iannucci has stated that the programme will be a traditional-style sitcom recorded in front of a live audience. He has hinted that it will be a "very cartoony" show featuring "lots of giant snails". [1]


A pilot premiered as part of a series called "Behind Closed Doors" in Autumn 2006.[2]


References

  1. ^ Armando Iannucci: Keeper of the satirical flame in The Independent, 31 July 2006, URL accessed 20th January, 2007
  2. ^ BBC Press Release:BBC THREE Autumn 2006, URL accessed 21st January, 2007

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