What’s more, we do just. Brent was dependably, on the most fundamental level, a visionary. A man who implies well and acts moronically. Life on the Road works to a great extent as an indication of Gervais’ expertise with this current character’s tics the whinnying chuckle, the lip bit past the point of no return, that suffocating gaze to camera as he understands what he’s just said.
Taking care of business it conveys the convention of the little man battling against his own particular limits. At the very least some frail muffles about chunky individuals, two or three minutes where Brent’s excessively imbecilic for his back story it’s little, shabby and obsolete.