Am I the only person who is not a fan of non-Simon Pegg British humor at all? I thoroughly enjoyed Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, but I found the American Office TV series to be exponentially better than the British version, and Gervais not as funny as everyone else. I was reading the thread about An Idiot Abroad, the show that Gervais and Steven Merchant created with the Karl guy who travels around the world, its humorous at times, but did not knock my socks off. The timing, the subject matter, the overall impression of humor is wildly different than it is here in the States. I understand humor is subjective, I love some stuff people find corny like Modern Family but also loved Louis CK's show, but HATE anything Natasha Leggwhatever does. Do a lot of Americans like British humor, or do more view it like I do, occasionally humourous but mostly annoying? Ricky Gervais' laugh is enough to turn me off that whole island really.