The sleeper strike of a summer TV season, Gone Fishing – a uncover where comedians Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse lay on stream banks and try angling for laughs – is to come to Wales as partial of a subsequent series.
A outrageous success with both critics and fans comparison during a recently finished six-week run, a rapturous accepting roughly seemed to pledge it a second tour – a lapse that has only been reliable in a twitter from Mortimer himself.
“Anyone know of an engaging place for me and Paul to stay subsequent month nearby Crickhowell for Gone Fishing?” it review – a ask that’s perceived some 729 replies and some-more than a thousand and a half retweets.
And a responses ranged from dual male tents to tree houses, 5 hotels to shepherds’ huts.
But, while there was feud over what they should select as accommodation, there was strenuous agreement on one thing.
Gone Fishing array dual will atmosphere for another six-episode army in 2019 and promises to see Bob and Paul “exploring some-more of a UK’s excellent fishing spots while again deliberating life’s large questions and pity their personal practice in their matchless way.”