Critic Consensus: The outrageously singular Julia Davis delivers yet another impeccable performance in Sally4Ever, masterfully walking the line between side-splitting and cringe-worthy comedy.
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I'm not certain U.S. viewers are -- or will ever be -- ready... Davis's comedy is bleak and frequently surreal. Her use of grotesque caricatures feels raunchy in a dark and theatrical fashion, like Harold Pinter writing for Melissa McCarthy.
I love everything about Sally4Ever, assuming it's possible to love something that at its most excruciating can only be watched through the gaps between your fingers.
Even the most hardened fan will have found this bleak comedy frustratingly familiar; the characters, situations and joke set-ups punctuated the first, unevenly paced episode like a game of Davis bingo.
In theory, Davis's utter fearlessness is to be applauded. In practice, it still is - particularly as the brilliantly repellent action is accompanied by brilliantly repellent one-liners.
British comedy about bisexuality is for mature viewers only.
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