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As we rejoin Warwick, he’s ‘a changed man’. He’s kind, conscientious and generally rather likeable. So when this concluding cavalcade of horrors – which includes a mendacious Val Kilmer, the further self-abasements of Les Dennis and Keith Chegwin and yet more smug, sideline rubbernecking from the show’s creators – dumps Warwick in the mire, we’re supposed to feel his pain. Sadly, this particular group hug hasn’t been earned, so the conclusion feels as hollow and joyless as the rest of the series.