I was just reading a review of Paul Burling's television show from last night and there is a line in there that was exactly what I was thinking.
The Metro reads: 'Burling's Harry Hill - for which he is best known - is very good, but sort of pointless because he's doing an impression of a man already doing an impression.'
I enjoyed Burling's appearances on this year's Britain's Got Talent but found his TV show a little dull and switched off after twenty minutes.
What did it for me was the Stacey Solomon impersonator.
She was brilliant and stole the show. When that sketch was over I figured there was nothing that could top that. In one fell swoop, Burling's act became old.
It's a shame, really. It could have been good but - and like the Metro also realised - the sketches just weren't good enough and they weren't able to keep me watching.