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RE:Brand

RE:Brand
Genre Documentary
Comedy
Created by Russell Brand
Matt Morgan
Starring Russell Brand
Ending theme Mogwai – "Summer (Priority Version)"
Country of origin England, United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 7
Production
Producer(s) Vera Productions
Camera setup Single-camera
Running time 25 min
Release
Original channel UK Play
Picture format Colour
Audio format Stereo
First shown in 2002

RE:Brand was a British documentary and comedy television program that aimed to take a challenging look at cultural taboos.

It was conceived, written and hosted by UK Play in 2002. As confirmed in his memoirs 'My Booky Wook' and mentioned on his radio shows, Brand was often drunk or on heroin during the filming of RE:Brand.

Episode Guide

# Title
1 "Dad Fight"
Brand challenges his father to a boxing match.
2 "Nazi Boy"
Brand meets Mark Collett the leader of the Youth BNP.
3 "Homeless James (Part 1)"
Brand invites a homeless man to live in his house. According to Brand James has since died of a drugs overdose.[1]
4 "Homeless James (Part 2)"
Homeless James returns to life on the streets.
5 "My Old Tart?"
Brand takes a pensioner away for a dirty weekend.
6 "Eddie Kidd Rides Again"
Brand meets daredevil Eddie Kidd, who was left paralyzed after a stunt went wrong.
7 "Wanky Wanky"
Brand challenges his own heterosexuality by masturbating a gay man in a pub toilet, but with some apprehension.

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